This game is absolutely fantastic. I love every aspect of it, except for the amount of ads. Keep in mind that half of them you are given the option to watch but it feels like the more you play, the more ads you will see. Other than that, the game is similar enough to Pandemic/ Plague Inc that it's easy to learn and yet different enough to be fresh and fun! Edit: I can only play one round at a time because after I finish the round, all the menu screen buttons disappear and I can't select to start a new round. Maybe something devs could look into please?
It's kinda hard to collect all the bio points after watching ads because it disappears fast. Also, it's weird that the victim still undergoes annual check-up when he/she has phobia in going to hospital. But overall I like the game.
This game is actually pretty awesome. I'm a huge fan of the Plague Inc. games and this is very similar so I expect to spend a lot of time on it. It's got depth, graphics, and a whole load of other features. If you're interested in medical related games/experiences or just want a good strategy game to make you think (While causing the slow, painful death of some randomer) then download this game.
This is the farthest thing from scientifically accurate. If all but the skeletal and muscular systems have failed, the person should be dead. And the recovery time is far too rapid, especially if four of the vital systems have completely failed and the others are under five percent.
This game makes no sense at ALL. You destroy the guys brain, hearth and lungs. But as soon as the docs find the cure, everithing goes back to normal. 100% fine and working organs. All in all, the game is fun and kinda addocting, but this bulshit is making me quit the game.
I really like the game. It's fun and addicting but it freezes all the time. I have to exit when it freezes and then lose my progress. It's frustrating.
Fixed an issue where the app would crash after displaying an add.
-Fixed issue where BioCoins rewards would not save to disk.
-Various minor enhancements