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The Sims™: Pandemic

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hippo, Mar 21 2020

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       Sounds dull ... like, people have nothing better to do with their time than sit around at home all day, staring at a computer screen, playing some stupid game that just drags on and on for days ... oh, wait ...
8th of 7, Mar 21 2020
  

       Avoid the sneezey, coughy sims at the virtual mall.
wjt, Mar 22 2020
  

       Should be multiplayer, online.
FlyingToaster, Mar 22 2020
  

       does it involve flies, much?
po, Mar 22 2020
  

       If/when this pandemic is ever officially declared "over", that might be a good time to make something like this using the data collected during the outbreak to make an accurate simulation. As is, even the method of transmission is still at the "currently thought to" phase. Can't really make a sim based on such limited and divided guidance.
21 Quest, Mar 22 2020
  

       Ironically, serious professional epidemiologists, with all proper letters after their names and everything, actually use "zombie" and "vampire" scenarios to model how an infection moves through a population.   

       Welcome to Raccoon City ....
8th of 7, Mar 22 2020
  


 

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