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Evol Games

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Hey everyone, I have just released my 4th evolution game, Polysporia. Click here to download it.

Organisms compete and fight for resources and survival. Over time, they evolve to match their environment in unique ways. Every time you play the game it is different, and you will never experience the same thing twice. I have created the physics engine from scratch and each organism has huge potential for complex movements and evolution.

By the way, it's free!

This is cool. What did you code this with?

You're welcome! Glad you're enjoying it. I'd love to see what you end up evolving

Reset the game. Don't change the Speed. Turn off Terrain. Click "New Lifeform", until you get something promising. Add a few bumps on the track, as in the Gifs. Let the game run by itself for a while. Sometimes, it can take up to 10,000 rounds before you see progress. That is how evolution is. Don't increase the speed to wait less, it doesn't work that way. It is an experimental setting and will most likely not give you what you want. I've had success leaving the game running all night. This is why it Auto-saves, because you need to keep working on a lifeform for a long time.

Hope this helps!

These are great and worth the money. I would love an animation (or even just a single frame) where the character is hanging from a ledge by his hands. I think it would be very useful in a platformer.