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ChopUp Games, the same team that brought you Chicken Escape, Jumpology and Sambisa Assault, is coming out with a new game called Ebola Strike Force.

The game follows the story of researchers and doctors that discovered patient X, a man whose blood hosts a possible cure for the deadly virus. The player is then contracted, and armed with a nanobot, to journey through the patient’s body to extract the serum.

Here’s the trailer:

Looks interesting enough. Now if only there was some gameplay to tide us over till the release date. Ugh, I hate waiting!

ChopUp Games is carving a niche for itself with mobile games that have a strong African narrative. Their flagship game series, Danfo, has been played by over 700,000 users, according to their website. Back in September, the game studio adopted a subscription based model for their games.

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