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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3dwa21
3dwa21 Jun 12 2013, 6:41am says:

Is this picture already showing how the game looks like right now??

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RoboTyphoon
RoboTyphoon Jun 12 2013, 12:21pm replied:

I doubt it.

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Oliveriver
Oliveriver Jun 12 2013, 12:56pm replied:

They're cell models that have been made for Thrive. Although this isn't actually the game itself, it's what the game (the next few prototypes, at least) will look like.

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lol1234
lol1234 Jun 12 2013, 5:05pm replied:

I thought all the models were supposed to be procedural...

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Oliveriver
Oliveriver Jun 13 2013, 10:59am replied:

Eventually they will, but until we have a working procedural cell evolution system these will be used as placeholders. Once we have a cell editor, we'll remake them using it, which should allow the cells to evolve once they've been built.

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