This is the earliest version of our cell editor. Enjoy and comment!
Thrive's goal is to encapsulate the player in the wonders of the universe, and to allow them to manipulate the virtual world around them in any way they please. Our game will contain multiple editors where players can create and modify technology, culture, organisms, and entire solar systems.
When a player tires of creation, or wishes to test what they have made, they can move on to actually playing the game, and experience the evolutionary progression of a species from a eukaryotic single cell to a thriving civilization. At any point in the game, a player can play as a single organism and experience the world through their senses. Later, as organisms group together, the player can move into an RTS-style play where they command several units at once- from a few footsoldiers to fleets of starhips.
Along the way from cities to colonized planets and beyond, special tools will be discovered by your species. These "God Tools" allow for easy manipulation of entities within the game- merging together the editors and gameplay to allow the player to reshape their universe from within.
If you would like to be part of this incredible project , and can donate any amount of time at all, we are actively seeking the following:
- Graphic Artists
- 3D Artists
- Legal Advisors
- Software Developers (Games)
- Scientific Advisors
- Composer (Soundtracks)
- Sound Effects Engineer
- People with cool ideas and visions for the biggest game ever conceived!
If you are at all interested in contributing, please go to our Development Forums. REMEMBER that we are a FreeWare and OpenSource project, and that because of the revolutionary nature and monumental scale of the project, this game will not be completed for some time. We're all looking forward to having your help!
You can keep up with Thrive development on Facebook.
Another half-year, another release! And this one brings you the long-awaited GUI update, which we kept promising soon while we were too busy to work on it! But it is done! And so we release! Yay!
Note, the linux release this time is on mega, thanks to issues uploading to GitHub.
Known Issues and Disclaimers
Latest tweets from @thrive_game
Check out our new community forums! T.co
May 15 2015
Thrive 0.2.4 Released, What Next? T.co
Feb 20 2015
Thrive 0.2.4 Release Trailer T.co
Feb 17 2015
Thrive 0.2.4 Released! T.co
Feb 16 2015
@Killerguy229 Thrive will be free and open-source forever.
Aug 7 2014
@Megakuutti We don't have anything to do with the money, but thanks for the suggestion!
Jun 15 2014
@birgador Fairly often, why?
May 4 2014
@RorusHorus Thanks, and hope you enjoy it!
May 4 2014