I think my absolute favorite game. . . will play it whenever it hits the table. . . have been playing it since it came out in 2007. . . is Pandemic. It is one of the most masochistic games out there. Losing is something you need to accept up front and then those moments when you save the world are so much more special. So to tie into our amazing theme of SCIENCE, we will be channeling our inner scientific saviors and curing the world!

Real World & Online Tabletop Game – Pandemic (2007)

pandemicWork cooperatively with your friends and/or family to save the world from deadly diseases. Buy the expansions of the game to add in even more problems, such as mutations and a biological terrorist. Even more expansions add actual mixing stations and more nifty science-stuff (Pandemic: In the Lab).

Choose your characters and prepare yourself to work together to achieve greatness. Cure and sunset all the diseases before there are too many outbreaks and you might as well start looking for zombies. A classic game and the replay ability is endless. Play any variation of the game that you want, including the Pandemic: Legacy (2015), Pandemic: Contagion (2014), and Pandemic: The Cure (2014). Immerse yourself and get down with the sickness.

For those of you looking to play digitally, you can find it in the iTunes app store or you can get a free JAVA application game, but it’s solo only. You can also play it on BrettSpielwelt.

Friday, June 19 – Sunday, June 21 have been designated official game days so that iggles can be around to play with all the other iggles and look for players in their zone or their iggle-buddies around the world. Go to a local game shop, meet up online, play over Google+ Hangout, it’s all up to you!


Once you have played the game online or in the real world, make sure you post pictures of your gameplay to @iggppctabletop with hashtag #igglesplay so that everyone can get in on the fun! You can also post in our forum or, essentially anywhere iggles post. For the online game, take a screencap or photo with your phone or camera and share it.

To get your achievement, let me know that you’ve played and where you’ve posted the picture and I will try to get your achievement to you ASAP. Use my contact information below (DM or e-mail) so I can send the code privately. Achievements work on a 1-5-10-15-etc scale, so keep track of your games and don’t forget to Keep the Dice Rollin’!