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[Android] Pandemic: The Board Game £1.99 @Google Play
[Android] Pandemic: The Board Game £1.99 @Google Play

[Android] Pandemic: The Board Game £1.99 @Google Play

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"As skilled members of a disease-fighting team, you must keep four deadly diseases at bay while discovering their cures. Travel the world, treat infections, and find cures.
You must work as a team to succeed. The clock is ticking as outbreaks and epidemics fuel the spreading plagues. Can you find all four cures in time? The fate of humanity is in your hands!

Pandemic: The Board Game is a family-friendly cooperative game. Simple to understand and lots of fun, Pandemic: The Board Game puts you in an apocalyptic situation where you must work as a team to save the world."

-Supports games for 2, 3, or 4 players, but can be played solo if you play multiple roles
-Pass-and-play multiplayer (2-4)
-Three difficulty settings make the game suitable for beginners, intermediate players, and experts

Pandemic was played on Tabletop: youtube.com/wat…Dhw

Ticket to Ride is also on offer available on Android from Google Play for £1.89. Ticket to Ride is still free on Amazon Appstore (thread)

Pandemic is only £1.49 on iOS along with Ticket to Ride (thread).

14 Comments

Good spot. Heat

I have the board game of this and its great. May just have to pick this up ty

What age group is this aimed at? Can we play this on a tv without spoiling the game (ie everyone sees other players moves)?
Also can you play across the net?
Cheers m'dears

NikLP

What age group is this aimed at? Can we play this on a tv without … What age group is this aimed at? Can we play this on a tv without spoiling the game (ie everyone sees other players moves)? Also can you play across the net? Cheers m'dears



​ "Age: 8+" but not unsuitable for infants and I have played it with them. However, most infants would need a lot of help, as it is a challenging game aimed at adults, that is, it requires lots of patience before you work out how to win (as well as strong memory and/or logic skills).

TV: Absolutely. The players co-operate together (rather than compete against one another) against the four diseases spreading across the world map, so you would NEED to see each others moves. The app version is very suitable for playing as all roles yourself, as well as pass around play. in fact, I play the app more than the board game, as the board game can be a problem with players of lower skill or experience feeling left out.

Online mutiplayer: None. It wouldn't work as you need to speak to each other and discuss ones moves together to have chance to win. I suppose, they could have voice chat.

N.B. There are a couple of cheap I.A.P.s equivalent to the components of the main expansion set to the board game. They are by no means essential though.

Ooh that's cheap. Got this and board game and Legacy so I'm a bit of a fan!!

Android version is a fab version and works really well for solo play (might be a bit harder for coop as it's pass and play?)

harder than dark souls

shame it aint chromecast-able

Have the iPad version. Brilliant game

Moncymru

Ooh that's cheap. Got this and board game and Legacy so I'm a bit of a … Ooh that's cheap. Got this and board game and Legacy so I'm a bit of a fan!! Android version is a fab version and works really well for solo play (might be a bit harder for coop as it's pass and play?)



Moncymru

Ooh that's cheap. Got this and board game and Legacy so I'm a bit of a … Ooh that's cheap. Got this and board game and Legacy so I'm a bit of a fan!! Android version is a fab version and works really well for solo play (might be a bit harder for coop as it's pass and play?)


...oh and it's got a great tutorial mode which is really useful...

deepmenace

shame it aint chromecast-able



​couldn't you just mirror your screen?

brilliant game good spot OP

Thanks op. Just bought using survey credit!

NikLP

What age group is this aimed at? Can we play this on a tv without … What age group is this aimed at? Can we play this on a tv without spoiling the game (ie everyone sees other players moves)? Also can you play across the net? Cheers m'dears



​The board game is a co-op, so it's the players vs the game. I don't think there's any rules about hiding the cards in your hand.

Sold! Good spot.
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