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qarl

Jeffery's genepool is quite literally profound.

these little mechanical beasts, with no brains at ALL, teach themselves how to swim via the power of evolution. give them enough time and they make themselves more and more aerodynamic - swim with the most efficient movements. some discover flapping, some discover slithering, most invent swimming techniques that no human could ever imagine.

and all of this comes from the smallest programming - eating, mating, and a little bit of underwater physics.

Dizzy Banjo

Ha I have this running on my iPad infront of me as I work .. creatures are just learning to swim.. oops I just killed one. Its great! Would be great if each one developed its own sounds / melody as it evolved.

Hamlet Au

I see a collaboration between Dizzy and Ventrella in the future. :)

Marie Weaver

Darwin's theory always amazed me by its unbelievable facts and evolution process. But it's true that only that life can survive who is fit to live there. I am enjoying this game and learning so many new things about how two creatures come across and evolves, how they fight for food and how they survive themselves from the other creatures.

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