Good but still too buggy The game is really good, but real time especially is still way too buggy. If you exit the dame during vaccine development, it disappears and never restarts, boats go through land, if you open the game with all airports and harbours already closed, there will be planes and boats on the screen until they land. And it's still way too easy. Play on hell from beginning. Looking forward to new updates, after everything's fixed, will give 5 *
Is there something wrong? I have played for almost 3 weeks and I love it. But I can "shut down" all the hospitals and the vaccine continues to progress in development. This seems to be a glitch since the instructions state it should not develop after all hospitals are shut down. Please fix!
Not as fun as plague. Glitches abundant While I do enjoy the occasional arcade game, once I win it freezes on the page, and I'm forced to uninstal and re-instal just for it to work. The view is also screwed up. It cuts off the virus' symptoms and stats, which is pretty irritating. I would enjoy more symptoms etc, and an update might help, to make this a funer game.
Horribly designed. Text is crazy small. I have to pull down from the top to access the speed menu? Ridiculous. That's a core element of android you're messing with.
Utterly pointless I watched a friend play Plague Inc., and it looked fun, so I thought "Android's version of Plague Inc." would be with the buy. Boy, was that a mistake! There's hardly any strategy involved. Arcade mode is entertaining the first few times, then it gets old. And the real time is more pointless than buying a parrot as a pet for a deaf kid. Complete waste of time.
It's a decent game. I'm on an Admire and I've gotten a few force closes. In portrait view the events list gets caught up and you can't move the map wi
* Added achievements.
* Redesigned menu system for easier tapping.
* Added Help section.
* Numerous bug-fixes and performance improvements.
* Battery life improvements.
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