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Pandemic: American Swine

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The year is 2010 and the Swine Flu continues to thrive within the United States of America. You have been recruited to deal with the situation once and for all. It is up to you how you will save the country before it is destroyed...

Developed by Dark Realm Studios.
Sponsored by Kongregate.

*thanks to NG staff for front page!**

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lol

that games atmosphere was totally intesnse! HAHAHAH I luved it !



Woot!

Awesome new game. I was expecting this one to be just an America-only version of Pandemic with Swine Flu, but it was interesting playing the other side for a change. I prefer the other Pandemic games to this one, but that's not to say that this wasn't a great game.



Good game.

Even though blackraptor covered this, though the game was FANTASTIC, is is also way too easy on expert with open government:

- Masks cost near-nothing, as with the other governments.
- Info will cease any panic, which masks also do when you spam them across states while you are vaccinating them.
- Vaccin is reached in 5-8 days.

So:

Spread masks in California and Texas, to keep these cities low on infections. Doing this consistently will cost only $8000/4 days, which is nothing.

After that, save New York, California and Texas optional, and then every other city with 8 million inhabitants.

You will have won by turn 10.

Best score with open gov was 19 days for 70% vaccination, 13 mil dead, 286 mil alive.

Good game.



Good

This game owns! Theres very much options in this game, and this never gets boring!



walale12 this is when it was a threat dumbass

this is a fun game i played it until my hand hurt


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289,033
Votes
4,971
Score
4.06 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 2, 2009
1:58 PM EDT
Genre
Simulation - Other
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