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Posted 12th MarEdited by:"jazid"

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Feeling outclassed by President Trump's recent visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and astonished / "really surprised [that he] understands this stuff'?

Now is your chance to practise eradicating diseases using the same board game that taught Trump all he knew* (between his other sessions buffing up his expertise on construction, golf, banks, drones, finance, technology etc)

Great price for this co-operative board game for 2-4 players (I paid over £35 several years ago). This is the 2013 reprint of the original game, and there are several expansions available too.

Click n Collect price, or £2.99 for delivery

Rated 7.6/10 on Board Game Geek

Next Best Price is £28.74@ 365games


*erm, actually probably not, but there is a possibility you'll end up with more expertise than him after a couple of play throughs
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In Pandemic, a game for 2-4 players, you will take on the role of one of seven different, disease fighting specialists, each with a unique skill which will come in handy when tackling four of the most deadly diseases ever known to man.

The goal of Pandemic, from Z-Man Games, is relatively simple. Work together to find the cure for each of the four diseases before time runs out. Seems simple? Well, not so fast soldier!

Pandemic is a co-operative game where you must work together to identify and carry out the best strategy to getting the cures, while also fighting off the disease, managing its spread and keeping track of which cities could be infected next. Use your specialists strengths and skills to your advantage to stop the disease from taking over.

Each turn, a player can utilise a multitude of actions, from moving to different cities, tackling the disease head on, building the vital research centres or finding that precious cure by discarding five disease cards.

As the game progresses, the spread of the disease gets larger and the chance of an Epidemic occurring increases. Perhaps the most revolutionary element of this game is the Epidemic mechanic. Draw an epidemic card from the pile and you will infect a completely new city with three cubes, putting it on the verge of outbreak. The infection rate increases and the disease also intensifies, meaning the previously drawn “Infect City” cards are shuffled and put back on top of the deck, laying in wait to be drawn and infect at a greater rate.

If you and your team manage to keep on top of the ever-growing infection and manage to find those all important cures, you can officially call yourselves disease control specialists. Fail however, and you will find the world at the mercy of all four diseases, with little else that can be done to save humanity.

Pandemic is an absolute staple, a go-to game for any avid board game player and an essential for any board game collection! The co-operative element paired with the theme make it enjoyable, fast-paced and a game that can be played by all!

Player Count: 2-4
Time: 45 Minutes
Age: 8+


Reviews and more information:
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Edited by: "jazid" 12th Mar
Cold - over 10% cheaper brand new sealed & delivered single or in multiples from reputable eBay shops with 100% feedback
Edited by: "muppetrider" 12th Mar
Great game once you get your head round it but that should only take a couple of goes
Great game but an average sort of price.
muppetrider12/03/2020 22:47

Cold - over 10% cheaper brand new sealed & delivered single or in …Cold - over 10% cheaper brand new sealed & delivered single or in multiples from reputable eBay shops with 100% feedback


Fair enough. I like to support bricks and mortar shops myself, but that is a good spot - thanks.

Will bin the deal then. I did note that there are fewer than 10 units available (<£27) @ebay from my search, not that it matters to most wholl only buy one.
jazid12/03/2020 22:58

Fair enough. I like to support bricks and mortar shops myself, but that is …Fair enough. I like to support bricks and mortar shops myself, but that is a good spot - thanks. Will bin the deal then. I did note that there are fewer than 10 units available (<£27) @ebay from my search, not that it matters to most wholl only buy one.


Fair choice.

Personally if I'm going to donate extra money for the sake of it I'll give it to abused children or something rather than expanding the swimming pool of some chain store managers 2nd home.
Edited by: "muppetrider" 12th Mar
muppetrider12/03/2020 23:00

Fair choice.Personally if I'm going to donate extra money for the sake of …Fair choice.Personally if I'm going to donate extra money for the sake of it I'll give it to abused children or something rather than expanding the swimming pool of some chain store managers 2nd home.


FWIW I do that as well.
By supporting the small stores at least keeps some variety to the coffee/charity shop high streets we'd be left with otherwise, however I can't image that there are massive margins on board games and they'd sell in sufficient volumes tbh.
muppetrider12/03/2020 23:00

Fair choice.Personally if I'm going to donate extra money for the sake of …Fair choice.Personally if I'm going to donate extra money for the sake of it I'll give it to abused children or something rather than expanding the swimming pool of some chain store managers 2nd home.


Chain store managers second home? Lol, I hope you mean owner?
Jonnyblock13/03/2020 00:14

Chain store managers second home? Lol, I hope you mean owner?


Why? How do you know the owner isn't managing the chain?
muppetrider13/03/2020 00:26

Why? How do you know the owner isn't managing the chain?


Let it go mate, HUKD doesn’t need another utterly pointless “off piste” thread
BARKMAN13/03/2020 06:17

Let it go mate, HUKD doesn’t need another utterly pointless “off piste” thr …Let it go mate, HUKD doesn’t need another utterly pointless “off piste” thread


So you're extended the dead thread preaching that line about "pointless" messages... to an already concluded conversation.. and yet you are resurrecting a thread that died yesterday by sending an irrelevant comment to me which inboxes me.

The thead was dead and the conversation over. Funny that in my inbox I have to read your hypocritical comment left today about leaving threads alone (thread that had nothing to do with you and ended yesterday ).
Edited by: "muppetrider" 13th Mar
muppetrider13/03/2020 09:57

So you're extended the dead thread preaching that line about "pointless" …So you're extended the dead thread preaching that line about "pointless" messages... to an already concluded conversation.. and yet you are resurrecting a thread that died yesterday by sending an irrelevant comment to me which inboxes me.The thead was dead and the conversation over. Funny that in my inbox I have to read your hypocritical comment left today about leaving threads alone (thread that had nothing to do with you and ended yesterday ).


Let it go mate, HUKD doesn’t need another utterly pointless “off piste” thread
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