INFECT the world population with the most exciting DISEASE game on the App Store.
Spread your disease using different Symptoms and Resistances!!
- Choose your Level: Easy, Medium or Hard
- Select the country to start your disease attack
- Evolve your disease and obtain dozens of transmission vehicles (Use Birds, Cattle, Water and much more)
- Add Symptoms to increase lethality
- Add Resistances to avoid being discovered
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Ratings and Reviews
Infection: biowar was both entertaining and creepy. At first, I thought the point of the game would be to eliminate the threat of the impending pandemic, but instead you were tasked at spreading the disease until the population was wiped out completely. The first time I played the game, I began in South Africa because I lived there for awhile and generally love that country, thinking still that I would be eliminating the disease (a nice switch of the normal rhetoric surrounding Africa and disease) but instead found myself quickly killing off the entirety of its and every other country’s populations. It definitely made me feel icky inside. The first time I played the game, it took me maybe 30min to decimate the worlds population as many of the Transmission and Resistance details focused around hot climates in which South Africa and its neighboring countries are. I guess in terms of diseases in general, they often erupt in warm climates because of they are good for incubation but the narrative always goes towards those in the global south being the scapegoats for disease genesis. The second time I played the game, it took me nearly an hour to completely wipe out the population, and I started from the US. I think that while the game is definitely entertaining and a little addicting, the social implications are such that it just becomes disconcerting and problematic.
Generally disturbed and vaguely entertained
The purpose of this game is to kill the entire world population, which is already upsetting but I guess not totally different from a lot of video games. It is creepier still in the ways that you can “passively” alter the disease to target specific groups of people or geographic locations. In an Ad on iTunes it says you can “leverage Natural Selection” to kill the most people, which to me sounds like something a eugenicist would say. I say “passively” because it feels less active than a shooter game but we still have power over many different aspects of the disease. This game lets us control a disease and influence its path as a dynamic entity rather than trying to prevent the spread. It feels like one of those games where you open a lemonade stand and try to upgrade it until the “people” in the fake city deem it most popular and you make the most money, except the goal is total world destruction instead of capital gains. Overall, SUPER creepy but I did play it multiple times.
Very good game, but could use some improvement.
I just got this game today and it is super fun!!! It takes a little while to get to win a game but once you get the hang of it it is really fun!!! But on the downside to the game, the first screen you go to has a problem with scrolling, and the app purchases could use some help to. My friend was playing this game and he had an iPhone 8 so when he accidentally hit an in app purchase it scanned his fingerprint onto the phone and then he got 30 extra DNA points while WASTING 99 Cents. Also one more thing I like this game because the thought of blood and death doesn't bother me as much as it does to some other people, but I don't recommend it to like 4 to 5 year olds because they might get scared any that thought and I don't want anybody to be scared!!!😂😂😂
Thanks for reading my review, and have fun playing!!!😂😂😂😂😀😀😀🤒
- Fun Games For Free
- 50 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Fun Games For Free
- In-App Purchases
- Get 30 Extra DNA $0.99
- Continue $0.99
- Unlock Disease Types $19.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.