Deep Sea Evolution

Deep Sea Evolution

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Deep Sea Evolution is a small game about evolving microbes. It was developed during the Game-Development Competition Ludum Dare 24. The theme was evolution.

If you are interested to see how this game was built look at www.twitch.tv/insanebrood

It's not a really finished and polishe game but it is playable. The Mobile Controls were added after the Competition ended.

Gameplay:

You start with a microbe level 1 and need to connect with other creatures/microbes that have the same level as you. If you have at least 5 connected microbes you can evolve to a higher level. Evolve using the button.

Evolving can trigger mutations. If you have more microbes than 5 connected when evolving you have a higher chance to get mutations. Mutations can be either color change, speed change, max feed amount or microbe type change.

If you reach at least level 2 you can start feeding of smaller microbes to lower your starve rate. But be aware of microbes that are bigger than you. If they are only sightly bigger they will eat microbes away from your collected ones. If they are much higher they will instantly feed off you and you die.

If you reach level 20 you win the game.

Tags: sea evoloution games, deep sea, deep sea evolution game.

Recently changed in this version

initial release


Comments and ratings for Deep Sea Evolution
  • (50 stars)

    by Noam Nisanov on 20/06/2014

    לא עובד

  • (50 stars)

    by Savita Beharry on 17/05/2014

    Worst game I ever downloaded

  • (50 stars)

    by Madhavi Yakkali on 04/05/2014

    The thing just freezes on Genesis and I can't do anything. Uninstalled.

  • (50 stars)

    by Samuel Ganschow on 18/04/2014

    Environment and immersion are on a completely new level and should be played.

  • (50 stars)

    by Heather Welch on 14/04/2014

    Ok

  • (50 stars)

    by Lucas Rincon on 08/04/2014

    But it gets a little boring after a while

  • (50 stars)

    by Mark Martinez on 17/03/2014

    Thank you