Patient Zero

Patient Zero


PUBLIC BETA IS NOW OPEN!

Patient Zero is a virtual pandemic simulator where you get to infect real players. Infections get transferred by players coming within proximity of each other in the real world. Players infected with your virus will carry it and infect more players. See how quickly your unique virus spreads!

FEATURES:

Three different virus types, each with unique properties.

Leaderboard showing the most infectious strain.

Live map view to aid in spreading your infection.

Global infection map - See how far your virus has spread!

Carrier status information - See what you're infected with.

Text to speech enabled devices will even say player names as you infect them.


NOTE: Other players will not be able to get your exact location, only a general idea. GPS and network location are supported.

Finally, showing up to work with a nasty infection will no longer be frowned upon! The more players you infect, the greater chance your virus will become an unstoppable pandemic. Infect someone at the airport before they board a plane and the real fun starts! Try actively spreading your infection while you commute to work!

Remember, this is a beta and not the finished product. There will be issues and I'm working as fast as I can to resolve them. Thanks for your patience! Email me with questions and feedback.

New features the community demands are actively being developed!

Recent changes:
NEW: Fixes for < 2.0 and LDPI devices

More features are still being developed. Contact me for details. For those asking, no, this project is NOT dead :)
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3.7
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About Patient Zero
PUBLIC BETA IS NOW OPEN!

Patient Zero is a virtual pandemic simulator where you get to infect real players. Infections get transferred by players coming within proximity of each other in the real world. Players infected with your virus will carry it and infect more players. See how quickly your unique virus spreads!

FEATURES:

Three different virus types, each with unique properties.

Leaderboard showing the most infectious strain.

Live map view to aid in spreading your infection.

Global infection map - See how far your virus has spread!

Carrier status information - See what you're infected with.

Text to speech enabled devices will even say player names as you infect them.


NOTE: Other players will not be able to get your exact location, only a general idea. GPS and network location are supported.

Finally, showing up to work with a nasty infection will no longer be frowned upon! The more players you infect, the greater chance your virus will become an unstoppable pandemic. Infect someone at the airport before they board a plane and the real fun starts! Try actively spreading your infection while you commute to work!

Remember, this is a beta and not the finished product. There will be issues and I'm working as fast as I can to resolve them. Thanks for your patience! Email me with questions and feedback.

New features the community demands are actively being developed!

Recent changes:
NEW: Fixes for < 2.0 and LDPI devices

More features are still being developed. Contact me for details. For those asking, no, this project is NOT dead :)
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 27, 2015
WHAT WHERE U THINKING This game is very dangerous people might nock on you door and do anything
A Google User
Jun 23, 2015
Good idea but boring game play. Nice idea, but due to lack of players nothing happens, which means there's nothing for you to do! More development is needed to make this an interesting and better game.
A Google User
Jun 17, 2015
Great idea This game is amazing but the problem is there are not enough players
A Google User
May 25, 2015
Too Slow but Awesome Concept! This is such a cool concept, although it's sad that so few people have discovered it thus far. It's like playing Plague Inc in real life. My suggestion would be to encourage more advertising for more players and perhaps temporarily increasing the ranges on viruses to make it more accessible for people in less populated areas. I'm in Spokane, Washington and am one of two players in the area which means I've only infected one person in four days of playing.
A Google User
Apr 26, 2015
No one near me :(