Bio Inc. Nemesis, the next entry in DryGin Studios’ hit medical malpractice simulator franchise, will destroy digital families and patients’ lives on iOS and Android devices beginning Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. The serial killer series has received more than 17 million downloads, with 400,000 coming this month alone due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Nemesis will prescribe large doses of the coronavirus, but not a cure. Take charge of a team of rebel doctors out to commit gross violations of the Hippocratic Oath, afflicting patients with diseases and infections before opposing physicians can practice life-saving medicine. Build up energy to unleash a myriad of maladies on patients, shutting down their nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems while A.I.-controlled medics employ preventative measures.
Recruit from a pool of 30-plus doctors of death to join the cause including buttoned-up physicians, wacky-tobacky smoking alternative medicine practitioners, and more. Some such as Dr. Condo will have vaguely familiar names and faces.
Each medical malpractitioner comes with different talents, such as manipulating patients’ lifestyle, developing risk factors to help accelerate their demise, and thwart the other team’s preventative efforts. Upgrade each MD to make their deadly talents more effective and unlock new powers that increase the potency of their infections, as they work their way through increasingly more challenging and healthy patients.
Advance through the three campaigns and learn how to become the best-worst doctors in the business. Take on new medical mysteries with regularly-occurring Events and Challenges. Assemble a team of world-renowned deadly specialists and take on other players’ medical practices in head-to-head contests in Arena mode, with a competitive ladder system and rewards to be had for the best at their dereliction of duty.
“Bio Inc. Nemesis was born from us thinking about how we could take Bio Inc. to the next level, and deliver on what fans of the first game really wanted,” said J-F. “Infecting patients with horrific diseases is ironically going to make you feel good.”