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  Posted on: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Plague Inc Game Developers Say They'll Add Anti-Vaxxer Scenario After Petition
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Plague Inc, the real-time strategy simulation game where you play as a host of diseases and try to eradicate the world, is trending on Change.org with a petition to add Anti-Vaxxers as a new buff for the game. Not only that, the creators seem keen on doing it, too.

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