The sequel to the original game Pandemic is finally here! Bigger and better in every way. Evolve your disease, infect the world and exterminate 6.3 billion people.
New Game Edit
When you start a new game, you have two options:
- All traits are available.
- Takes longer to play than casual.
- More in-depth strategy than casual.
- Not all traits are available.
- Games are much shorter than realistic.
- Less in-depth than realistic.
Disease Classes Edit
There are three available disease classes:
- fastest evolution
- most affected by environment
- bonus to infectivity
- medium evolution
- normally affected by environment
- bonus to drug resistance
- slowest evolution
- least affected by environment
- low visibility
Name your disease!
There are four types of resistances, and four tiers for each.
- tier I: 4 EPs
- tier II: 6 EPs
- tier III: 8 EPs
- tier IV: ? EPs
|fatigue||Fatigue results in lower physical or mental capabilities of an individual.||Fatigue will make an infected individual more noticeable. It may also improve the chances of death when other symptoms are also present.||3||6|
|fever||A fever occurs in a person when a threat is found within the body, resulting in a higher than normal body temperature.||Fevers have the potential to be deadly while being barely noticeable at all.||5||3|
|sores||Sores are small open wounds that develop on the skin or eyes.||Sores cause infected people to spread your disease faster. Sores can be seen fairly easily, but can also increase the chance of death for the infected.||7||4|
|sweating||Sweating results in loss of water through sweat glands in the body. The main purpose of sweating is to keep the body temperature within normal bounds.||Sweating will make an infected person noticeable.||2||3|
|vomiting||Vomiting is the expulsion of the stomach's contents through the mouth. Vomiting has many causes, from stomach inflammation to brain tumors.||Vomiting will allow infected individuals to easily expose others to your disease, while also dehydrating themselves. Vomiting is very noticeable.|
|airborne||Airborne transmissions allow your virus to spread through the air.||Increased transmission.||7|
|insect||Insect transmissions allow your disease to spread with the help of mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects.||Increased transmission.||7|
|rodent||Rodent transmissions allow your disease to spread with the help of rats, mice, squirrels, and other rodents.||Increased transmission.||5|
|waterborne||Waterborne transmissions allow your virus to spread through water.||Increased transmission, chance to infect water facilities (requires Moisture Resistance III).||10|