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Welcome to Simulation_237. This is a "game" where you set up variable and observe the way "organisms" strive for survival. Their lives are fairly simple, eat food, and reproduce. You on the other hand, are their mighty god, peering over their existence. You also have the ability to dish out food by clicking on the floor, or perhaps smite individuals by clicking on them directly. With each generation a organism would have a slight mutation from it's parent.

Set the variables in the beginning of the game. Then use your mouse to grant food or smite organisms.

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i hope its like cuboid sandbox

I like these kinds of games, so it got me interested.
Your logic is pretty good, not the best ever, but it's a flash game, no biggie. The graphics leave much to be desired and the alert on the right side is obnoxious and over the top. The water mark in the bottom left corner and the "press space to end experiment" just add additional clutter, maybe having a real pause menu would help clean the screen up? Another thing that I may just be missing, but annoyed me nonetheless, was the inability to mute the game. I understand having SFX being there, but an inability to mute the game is inexcusable.
Overall a fairly good game, though resolving a couple of the issues here and there would make it a 4 star game instead of a 3 star game.

Reminds me of Cuboid Sandbox a little, good job!

Super interesting. Fun to watch for a while until you catch onto the pattern of things. Like others have said it would probably be even more enjoyable for those who are already into this type of thing. Me not being one of them i still enjoyed it!

Giving the stats at the beginning a definition would be great as i didnt fully understand what numbers i was plugging in.

I'm rating it as a-life simulation, not as a game. ;-) I think most people would find this boring, but I'm an a-life geek, so I enjoyed it. Not too shabby. If you could program them with a wider variety of traits, it would just add to the interesting-ness of it all, though again, not for everyone. Just those who are already into this sort of thing. :-)

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3.46 / 5.00

Aug 18, 2013
7:46 AM EDT
Simulation - Other
  • Daily 4th Place August 20, 2013