It’s 2012 and together, we can help start the mass outbreak of the zombie apocalypse, as well as a slew of other bizarre infections. It doesn’t matter how much you wash your hands, these infections have evolved to transmit themselves over our wireless network infrastructure.
This is the premise of Patient Zero, a new game by a fresh developer, EgonDev. In this
pandemic game, infections get transferred by players coming within proximity of each other in the real world. Players infected with your virus will carry it and infect more players. The ultimate goal is to be Patient Zero for the most devastatingly sweeping virus in the world. Here’s a few screenshot to help give you an idea of how it works.
The game is currently in open beta, and needs more players to get the sickness spreading.
The concept behind this game has some real potential. For those of you familiar with them, you can almost liken it to a modernized/easier/themed game of either “Where’s George” or perhaps even the street pass feature of the Nintendo 3DS.
Mwhahaha, looks like I’ve successfully caused people near me to contract Luposlipaphobia.
If you’re ready to get down with the sickness, check it out in the Play Store.