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You play the role of Mother Nature and your goal is to guide the evolution of a single organism into multiple species. As Mother Nature you control 3 important variables. Food, Temperature, CO2

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Chrysalis-Dx is a different kind of game. In it you control three important environmental variables. Available Food, Temperature and CO2 level. As you adjust these level during the course of the simulation, you will be controlling the path of evolution. It won't be easy because as more species start sharing the same environment, competition for food becomes inevitable. Some species have special traits that helps their own but not the competition while others have traits the hurts the competition but offer no direct benefit on its own.


Chrysalis-Dx is a causal paced simulation which can run in the background while you do real work. It can be the perfect distraction while you take those 5 min breaks. Check up on your species, adjust the environment and see how things play out.

This game should be out starting August 9 2010 and will have a demo available.

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Ahven[FIN]
Ahven[FIN]

Very nice indeed, keep up the good work. As a biologist(partial at least) Idd love to play this game at once.

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ReflectiveLayer Author
ReflectiveLayer

Cool. Nice to hear that. I might have to pick your brains for ideas and concepts for Chrysalis-E.

As an aside you might want to check out a "game" called Foldit made by researches at the University of Washington. The challenge there the Protein Folding. A blog about it is here.
News.cnet.com

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Hangman2TW
Hangman2TW

this game looks pritty tranqual and entertaining, defenatly want this game when it comes out

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Rodmaster3000
Rodmaster3000

Great, this look awesome

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w0und3d
w0und3d

where is the demo availible?

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ReflectiveLayer Author
ReflectiveLayer

@w0und3d
On our website at Reflectivelayer.com

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