Calling all Umbrella Corporation drop-outs, amateur mad scientists, and deadly organism enthusiasts, Phage Wars Live by bio-engineer Joey Betz is here to satisfy all your real-time strategy needs. Create and engineer the virus of your dreams (and everyone else's nightmares), then pit it against other players... because everyone knows an AI is just training wheels for ultimate ownage. If you've played Phage Wars or its sequel, you should be familiar with the mechanics; just click on a cell pulsing with nasty viral life, and drag over a nearby unoccupied or enemy cell to send a swarm your own "troops" over to it. If you can overwhelm their numbers with yours, you'll gain the cell and be one step closer to taking over the board... but naturally your enemy isn't going to be waiting around idly to be invaded. You can create your own custom match, or join another player's (against up to four opponents), and should sweet victory be yours, you'll be able to edit and improve your virus with more powerful attributes. If you've been craving multiplayer in your viral warfare, this might just be for you. (Check out the originals for single-player action!) After all, who doesn't love a good ol' fashioned bioengineering hoe-down?