So, I wonder how it feels to have made a LEGENDARY game?
Seriously, though; there probably isn't a person on the internet who hasn't shaken their fist at Madagascar in vain frustration. So addicting and, ahem, satisfying.
One big problem is how HARD it is to actually get everyone,but oh well. I just killed billions of people. Mwuhahaha.
Good game, but may I suggest you make is so people jump borders etc, to be more realistic because in real life if my country is dieing from a disease I'm getting the hell away from there.
After years of trying, I FINALLY CONQUERED THE WORLD! I used Parasite and kept Fever as a symptom. Waterborne, Insect and Rodent used to spread it. Slowly made it available across Cold, Heat, Moisture climates then making it Drug resistant. Eventually added Nausea, then Fatigue, Vomiting, and Dementia as symptoms to start making bodies fall. By that point, everything was conquered INCLUDING MADAGASCAR! It was too late to stop the spread and hospitals were closing up so no chance of creating a vaccine. This game has always got a 5 from me but today I made it official with a comment :)
Hahah somebody beat Madagascar. This on the news today http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-30152979 :
21 November 2014 Last updated at 22:38
Madagascar plague outbreak kills 40, says WHO
An outbreak of plague in Madagascar has killed 40 people and infected almost 80 others, the World Health Organization has said.
The WHO warned of the danger of a "rapid spread" of the disease in the capital, Antananarivo.
The situation is worsened by high levels of resistance among fleas to a leading insecticide, the WHO added.
Humans usually develop the bubonic form of the plague after being bitten by an infected flea carried by rodents.
If diagnosed early, bubonic plague can be treated with antibiotics.
But 2% of the cases in Madagascar are the more dangerous pneumonic form of the disease, which can be spread person-to-person by coughing.
The first known case in the outbreak was a man in Soamahatamana village in the district of Tsiroanomandidy, about 200km west of Antananarivo, at the end of August.
There have been two confirmed cases in the capital, including one death.
"There is now a risk of a rapid spread of the disease due to the city's high population density and the weakness of the healthcare system," the WHO said.
A task force has been activated to manage the outbreak.
Last year health experts warned that the island was facing a plague epidemic unless it slowed the spread of the disease. It said that inmates in Madagascar's rat-infested jails were particularly at risk.
One Day.... I will get Madagascar.... or i nuked it :P