This amusement was the first run through in my life that I wound up saying, “Hell no doubt, putrefaction!” It’s an awesome idea for a diversion: You control a plague and your point is to spread it all through the world and execute everybody before humankind can build up a fix. You have an assortment of apparatuses available to you to change your infection: the capacity to include side effects, including lethal ones; techniques for coherence, including creature borne, airborne and body liquids; and protections.
Each of these can be developed in trees that interconnect, making your infection solid and, as your infection spreads, you gain DNA focuses that you can spend on more capacities. You can watch the impacts in a newsfeed, for example, “Australia consuming carcasses” and “France evacuates medicate look into shields”. It’s colossally energizing, particularly when your infection becomes sufficiently able to change without anyone else, as you race against the advancement of a fix. It depends on a certifiable reproduction, as well.
Crushing all people has never been so much fun.