Student-led Club UNISTEM to Release Simulator Game

Made in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, “Infection simulator” is a role-playing game that will be published on the Roblox platform as free-to-play.

The game consists of three unique roles for players to choose from: the Innocents, the Infected, and the Evil Doctor, each with different objectives. Players have two main purposes depending on the role they play, either to infect the ‘Innocents’ as the ‘Evil doctor’ and the ‘Infected,’ or collaborate as the “Innocents” to create vaccines in a given time limit.

This aspiring project is solely developed by UNISTEM, a student-led
High School club and made possible with the support of the Impact Fund Grant. The UNISTEM club houses 35 members working in 5 separate departments: design, programming, marketing, financing, and robotics. Collectively, the club envisions “Infection simulator” to not only deliver a source of entertainment but also be a means of education. The group has built this game as a long-term project with a clear roadmap in mind for consistent progress and updates.

Keep an eye out for the release of Infection Simulator on April 17! If you have any further inquiries, please contact UNISTEM through Instagram at @unis.stem, on Twitter at @unisstem, or via email at