Thrive is a game about the universe- we want to let you play however you want, make whatever you want, and live however you like. Thrive will be a free, open-source game created by an online community of dedicated volunteers. Our team seeks to accomplish two major goals: create engaging, compelling gameplay that respects our players' intelligence, and remain as accurate as possible in our depiction of known scientific theory.

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RoboTyphoon
RoboTyphoon Sep 9 2012, 3:52pm says:

Hmmm...

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Razihel
Razihel Sep 9 2012, 4:56pm says:

That looks complex... Cool!

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer Sep 9 2012, 8:15pm says:

This already looks 50 times more realistic than Spore. I APPROVE!

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lol1234
lol1234 Sep 9 2012, 9:23pm says:

Okay, cool, cell editor stuff.

Is there even any actual coding happening?

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RevolutionaryGames Author
RevolutionaryGames Sep 11 2012, 11:19pm replied:

Yes

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Pabo
Pabo Sep 10 2012, 3:52am says:

Looks good. Don't tell me the Disturbance was made with this!...

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RevolutionaryGames Author
RevolutionaryGames Feb 10 2013, 9:02pm replied:

Well, they were both made in GIMP, so yes.
I'm flattered that you thought "Disturbance" was actually 3D

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Nikola007
Nikola007 Sep 10 2012, 3:56pm says:

why not make the cells have organels?

or even a visible membrane!that you can color!!!!
Sry for the !!! I wus asking :D

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RevolutionaryGames Author
RevolutionaryGames Sep 11 2012, 11:20pm replied:

They will- the focus of this graphic is skeletal and membrane construction in the editor.

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Nikola007
Nikola007 Oct 5 2012, 3:32pm says:

Nice to see your still here

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xweert123
xweert123 Oct 7 2012, 2:57pm says:

I almost lost hope, and I saw this. I'm so excited that you are still working on this amazing game. :D

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Cornflakes_91
Cornflakes_91 May 14 2013, 7:00am says:

would it be possible to expand this system to later stages too? out of the wiki i read that something like this will be implemented in the creature stage too, but will it stretch to later stages? would be awesome to build spaceships like this in 3D :3

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We're at work on a cell stage prototype. Here's a mockup of the cytoskeletal and membrane construction.

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