July 24, 2008

Pandemic 2 - The Bug that Killed the World

The Full Pandemic 2 Game (flash required)
Pandemic 2 Tutorial Pt 1
Pandemic 2 Tutorial Pt 2

A slick little - actually quite large - flash game has just been released by Dark Realm Studios for those gamers with twisted dark sides like our own. In a position contrary to the upcoming behemoth PC game Spore about creature and social evolution, this free, light flash game Pandemic 2 challenges you to design and manipulate a microscopic Parasite, Bacteria or Virus to kill off the preexisting civilization of human kind.

You start by working your little bugger to grow new abilities, modes of transmittance, and forms of defense against vaccination. However, the more you abilities you add to your angel of death, the more "visible" your bug becomes on the world scene. Since you're trying to avoid those pesky world organizations that battle diseases, and implant your beastie into as many people as possible before its detected, then you'll have to balance superbug plague power against and its ability to withstand its human antagonists once it's discovered.

Gameplay also centers around the map of the world, where you can monitor the varying medical, civilian, ecological, and transportation infrastructures of various world regions and super powers. You'll goal is to knock them off the map, one by one, catching planes, invading ports, or infecting the plants and animals, while monitoring their efforts to on how they plan to wipe your own creation off the map once and for all.

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Posted by Critical Gamers Staff at July 24, 2008 4:54 PM

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