"I highly recommend purchasing this fine piece of cutting edge technology. You won't regret it."
"POX is a very easy to pick up game, and a challenge for hardcore and casual gamers alike. I've seen players 7 to 65 years old enjoy POX. It takes a few games for most people to start winning, and after that quite a few more to play on the highest difficulty. Games like this convince me that coop pass-and-play games are no less viable than competitive ones."
"I got this app today, and was surprised by how much I actually enjoyed it. It's quizzical, yet intellectual, and the prospect of saving lives, or hearing the dreaded screech that marks a death, pushes your brain to try even harder."
"This game is both challenging and touching. When playing other games such as Angry Birds I never really think about how this could possibly be real. When it is your job to not let people die, you actually realize that death and vaccination is a struggle in abundance for people outside of my family's easy worry-free circle! Great job, this game is amazing!"
"This game is a really interesting blend of an easy-to-learn game for the iPad and a play experience that makes the player really explore their decisions. The abstraction of what the player is doing creates a space where I was able to learn how I would react to the issues of vaccination and triage without adding any overt cultural prejudgements. I will be playing this for quite a while."
"Simple and elegant, does a good job of getting the point across. One of very few "fun" teaching games."
"The game is fun to play alone or with a group of friends and I really enjoyed the cooperative aspect of this game. The aesthetic and packaging of the game is also quite pleasing."
"This is a pretty fun cooperative game that also has an educational component. The mechanics are simple and easy to learn on the first play, but are interesting and interact enough to make it interesting on later plays."
"Pox is among the most accessible games I've played in quite sometime. It takes little time to learn, and the in-game goal grabs you as soon as you start. (I find myself grimacing every time a person succumbs to the disease)."
“A very fun game. Simple and elegant, does a good job of getting the point across. One of very few "fun" teaching games.”