Pandemic (Video game, 2007) [Beloit College]
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Pandemic

Pandemic

Author: Matt Leacock; Joshua Cappel; Régis Moulun; Z-Man Games Inc.
Publisher: Mahopac, NY : Z-Man Games, [2007]. ©2007
Series: Circulating board games.
Edition/Format:   Game : Game : Real object   Visual material : English
Summary:
In this game, players collaborate as members of a disease-fighting team combating four deadly diseases. The team travels around the world to stop the infection and develop resources for the cures. Players win by discovering cures for the four diseases, but lose if they do cannot do so fast enough or if they fail to effectively keep the number of infections in check.
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Genre/Form: Board games
Strategy board games
Games
Material Type: Game, Real object
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Matt Leacock; Joshua Cappel; Régis Moulun; Z-Man Games Inc.
OCLC Number: 318394091
Notes: For 2-4 players.
Duration of play: 45 minutes.
Target Audience: Age 10 & above.
Description: 1 game (1 game board, 5 pawns, 6 research stations, 4 cure markers, 1 outbreaks marker, 1 infection rate marker, disease cubes-24 black cubes, 24 yellow cubes, 24 red cubes, 24 blue cubes, 59 player cards, 48 infection cards, 5 role cards, 4 reference cards, 1 rulebook) : cardboard, wood, color ; in box 30 x 22 x 5 cm
Series Title: Circulating board games.
Responsibility: by Matt Leacock ; graphic design by Joshua Cappel ; painted art by Régis Moulun.

Abstract:

In this game, players collaborate as members of a disease-fighting team combating four deadly diseases. The team travels around the world to stop the infection and develop resources for the cures. Players win by discovering cures for the four diseases, but lose if they do cannot do so fast enough or if they fail to effectively keep the number of infections in check.
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