|PreCIV - Pandemic simulator||Locked|
|Jul 28 2013, 10:56am Anchor|
I want to present you PreCiv (working title) which is a pandemic simulator. There is also an IndeDB page.
May you heard from games like Pandemic or Plague Inc. which simulate the distribution of a virus over the whole planet and you have two destroy human being.
There are two sides which compete against: Research and Pandemic.
You need to develop the virus to be able to reach and survive in any country, here are facts for each country:
If you start in a warm region for example then you need to adapt your virus to cooler regions. To entrench in higher developed countries your virus needs to be more resistant for drugs and so on.
Those major parameters are affected by all the little updates you put on your virus. If you for instance develop the ability to distribute by birds (avian flu) then your distribution ability rises and you increase your range and chance to infect another country.
There are then several ways to succeed.
Beside of genetic development there are more possible actions, you also have political influence. You can send airplanes with the anti-virus to a specific country to prevent further infection.
Here are a bit of actions:
You have to deal with ethical questions here: Do you want to help everybody or do you sacrifice others to prevent further infections?
What will you choose?
The game will be even more clear since we are able to show preview videos. Just keep updated.
Thanks for reading,
Early thermal data
Early simulation test (Pandemic vs. Anti-Virus)
Edited by: Eyello
|Jul 28 2013, 1:03pm Anchor|
the graphics look fantastic !
|Jul 28 2013, 2:57pm Anchor|
Thank you, I fixed it.
|Jul 28 2013, 7:54pm Anchor|
Holy crap, this looks awesome!
|Aug 9 2013, 11:40am Anchor|
This looks really interesting. I don't have an account on indiedb.com, so I can't watch, unfortunately.
Metalspy Basher of Drums
|Aug 9 2013, 4:21pm Anchor|
Zireael07 wrote:This looks really interesting. I don't have an account on indiedb.com, so I can't watch, unfortunately.
As far as I know you can use your modDB account on modDB, indieDB and Desura. No need for seperate accounts.
|Aug 11 2013, 11:47pm Anchor|
Or you follow us on Steam by our new Concept page.
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