Micromania is an educational scientific children’s game about infectious diseases, based on Happy Families.

The players have to collect families of cards (the Pathogen, the Route of Infection, the Symptoms, and the Prevention & Treatment) from the other players, each detailing different diseases, such as Chickenpox, Influenza, Tuberculosis and others. An enjoyable game and helpful educational resource for home or schools. “Have you got the Symptoms of Athlete’s foot?...

Developed by Dr Marieke Hoeve and Dr Donald Davidson at the University of Edinburgh/ MRC Centre for Inflammation Research, with funding from the British Society of Immunology and the Edinburgh Beltane Beacon of Public Engagement Programme  

To request a pack please email Sarah Green: [email protected]


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