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Dec 28, 2010 | 3:36 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place December 29, 2010

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The Evolving Machine is a concept of interactive gaming. It's just something I uploaded here to show somebody. The music is by the Killers, "Spaceman".

Fun Fact: I had no clue what it would become in the end when I made this.

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Reviews


FogsFogs

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 12, 2011

tab

Hit Tab to cheat. OK game, space ship was not super imaginative though.


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TamikimaruTamikimaru

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

this is interesting!! and very cool!!!

yeeees i love it!!!



BueavaBueava

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

Pretty cool.

Really this wasn't a fun game, but you're a genuis (and i can't spell just don't make a video of me like axeman13 lol). This game may not have been fun but I was really intresting so I'll give you a 7 and a 4. Now 10 on creativity and I'm looking foward to the sequel.



XDOPXDOP

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

interesting

its almost like playing with a form of GLAODS from Portal. a sequel might add more to the mystery, and maybe even a spinoff title



Omegas2Omegas2

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 10, 2011

Interesting, Despite Lacking Substance

This is a rather interesting game with a good premise, good art, and good music, even if it was really just a chance for Flashetion to play with Flash. As a game it lacks much substance or replay value, but it ultimately ends up being a nice, interesting way to waste a couple of minutes.
Still, it really does need more to it, as it is it just barely qualifies as a game. It certainly has plenty of potential for future games, particularly if you have branching evolution paths. It was a little disappointing to realize that after succeeding my first try there was only a single chance for failure as an alternate path. Perhaps more failures would have been too frustrating, but they also would have added to the game significantly. Also, if the sequel becomes a puzzle version of this with braanching paths or something, a way of atleast conveying an idea of what each option does would be nice, but not necessary. Just my contribution.
Above all though, it's a nice little time waster, even if it is only a brief one.
P.S. this is kind of off topic, but does it take 160,000 to earn $50?


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flashetion responds:

160 000 does not particularly means 50$ in earnings. I just said that because I guessed so, from the point when I added the ads in my flash after I saw it being on the front page with a raising in popularity, and I was quite accurate.