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A simple, but fun, retro style game.

All of life starts once a bolt of lighting strikes the boiling ocean of earth. Starting off as just a simple cell you fight for the right to evolve and become a more complex organism.

2 game modes, and 10 generations of creatures.

Arrow Keys to move
Z to progress
m to mute

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dumbwerewolfdumbwerewolf

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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darkderkdarkderk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, I never expected a game like this, Awesome.. But theres one thing, The flashing lights are really annoying. Other than that, the game is perfect



pianomaster42pianomaster42

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Holy seizure warning, Batman, easy on the flashing lights!
Solid game otherwise, but this is a pretty fatal flaw.


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thatdumbkidpipesthatdumbkidpipes

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think this game is so cute with its little flagellas and whatnot but the flashing lights got annoying.



KoopaConorKoopaConor

Rated 0 / 5 stars

The Good: I liked the rhyming. It reminded me of Zecora for some reason. Also, the evolving was pretty well done though I'd have liked to play a "eat whatever's smaller than you" game without being a fish for once. The music was okay, nothing special but not overly annoying either. Finally, the OM NOM NOM was funny and a nice touch.

The Bad: Sometimes it's tough to discern what's larger than yourself, since things are of different shapes and sizes. Also, when you die you can still move. I hate that because it breaks the suspension of disbelief and just looks stupid. The rhyming seemed a little forced at times, and the example I can remember best is the one between "malicious" and "finish". In what universe do these two words rhyme? I know how hard it is to find rhymes for things, having had to write in rhyme in my life, but if you can't think of a rhyme for something, NEVER force it. It becomes, with all due respect, painful to read. The concept of the game is a little overdone, but instead of adding something new you seemed to stick to the script of being (or turning into) a fish. When I saw that there were 10 generations of evolving, I kinda expected something that would leave more of an impression than a cookie-cutter turtle thing.

The Fatal Problem: THE BLOODY FLASHING. IT'S ANNOYING. TURN IT OFF! Caps lock aside, this is a Fatal Problem that could turn literal. There's no seizure warning, plus it's unexpected because it doesn't begin until the fish level. Seizures are at their worst when faced with a simple pattern for a while, then faced with sudden multi-coloured flashing. I don't even have epilepsy, but I feel like this game could single-handedly give me it if I play it enough. Nevertheless, I now have some eye strain from playing this. I'd ask you to put a warning in the description, but why even have the flashing in the first place?! There's no reason for it, and it comes right the f*ck out of nowhere! Turn it off!

Conclusion: Washed-out concept, not very much potential, even worse payoff, bad rhyming, and the worse case of unnecessary flashing since the Exhibitionists' Convention of 2012. AVOID THIS GAME.


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