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Adapt or Die

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rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Strategy - Real-time (RTS)
Tags:
evolution
hex
tactics
hive

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Nov 23, 2010 | 12:12 AM EST

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-CLICK and DRAG on a unit to move or attack
-You can reproduce if you have fewer units than Hexes
-Double-Click on a unit to reproduce
(This game was stolen and submitted a couple days ago. This is the genuine version. Sorry for any confusion.)

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cyberpunksexcyberpunksex

Rated 5 / 5 stars

graet concpt!

graet concpt!



AC-130AC-130

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Finally someone made a game like this!

yes man i love this game! the idea is amazing and i love the idea of evolution. however in some parts the breeding thing didnt always go perfect: e.g. when i reproduced a natural fast bee it became a slow one wiv high armour? anyway gr8 idea but maybe for the next one u cud (like sniper sed) make a toggle for full view, improve the charectoristics thing so a faster-thn-average's child wud be even faster etc and maybe have it so u cn choose whn to go up a lvl when u defeat all the enemy beez? so u know u cn keep makeing children and giv the adults a selfdestuct switch lol? gr8 work tho and 10/10 5/5


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sc2Nightmaresc2Nightmare

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

greate game.

its fun, but a bit too easy. if you keep producing new units and have on occupieing new fields none of the levels is a problem.
it could use a real level editor insted of these randomizer one.


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AarenThingAarenThing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The name drew me in...

But the game madfe me stay! very addicting


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SniperScytSniperScyt

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

while i enjoy rts...

it doesnt mean i'm any good at it. i had fun up until level 10+ where i had to rely on the drones too do as they wanted to win. as cool as that is, its a bit too tough. regardless of hardness, an advantage the computer has the human does not is that it "sees" everything on the board at the same time, while the player has to scroll about and do their best to recognize the individual bugs to squish. an option to toggle between full view and the current view would do some wonders in planning ahead/knowing whats going on. i can only guess that the way the bugs are generated was influenced by eufloria, since the similarities are extremely close. but yea, i enjoyed it up to level 10, i cannot comment on the levels past and hope you do make another one of these in the near future :3 9/10+5/5


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