|Deals with||biology // cells // evolution // history // science // technology development|
|Evolution of Life on Earth|
|Intended for||high school // university|
|Available on||Web // Android // iOS // Windows // Mac|
|Developed by||Computer Lunch (academic developer)|
|Website at||Visit game website|
Primarily for entertainment: This game is not intended to teach, but rather to simply raise awareness and interest in a scientific concept.
Play the game as a single cell organism, and upgrade your biology, intellect, and technology to evolve a civilization on the brink of technological singularity.
Once upon a time, over 4.5 billion years ago, there was no life in the Solar System. And then, almost in the blink of an eye on the geologic time scale, everything changed. Deep in the primordial soup on Earth lay the organic compounds that would give rise to life’s humble origins. All it takes for this epic evolution game to unfold is you.
Turn to the next page of evolution with every click. Gain entropy to unlock the next chapter of the evolution of life. Uncover twists and turns that led to the great milestones of life evolution: the extinction of the dinosaurs, the discovery of fire, the Industrial Revolution, and more. See chapters that have yet to be written -- a future evolution beyond the modern day.
The epic story of evolution, technology, and humanity is yours to tap. It’s a breathtaking evolution game! Tap into the extraordinary tale of evolution in this cosmic clicker game.
The most accurate human evolution game on Earth! - Countless hours of addictive--but very informative--clicker gameplay - With every tap, earn Entropy the evolutionary currency for life in the universe - Simple, intuitive controls--click anywhere for Entropy for new animal Evolutions! - Later climb civilizations Tech Tree by spending ideas on countless scientific and technology upgrades - It’s a science game about the development of life on Earth. View the fruits of evolution in beautiful 3D habitats. Unlock animals like Fish, Lizards, Mammals, Monkeys. - Unlock the future of evolution and the mystery of the technological singularity. - Discover and learn scientific facts about evolution of life and natural history as you play - Enter a space odyssey into speculative science fiction as you click past modern civilization - Get into a life creation mood thanks to an epic soundtrack of classical music - Upgrade the evolution of a single cell organism into a civilization on the brink of a technological singularity - Simulate the science of life on earth.
A science evolution game where you upgrade life, from a Single-Cell organism, to multi-celled organisms, fish, reptiles, mammals, monkeys, humans and beyond. Play the evolution of Life on Earth, all it's past, present and future. Will humanity survive the next phase of evolution?
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October 17, 2019
It is a fun game to play. In the beginning everything is slow *spoiler* but once you reach singularity and reset it goes very quick. You are learning even tough you don't notice it. The game is still updating a lot and needs improvement but they are working on it. It is fun that you don't have one currency like in other clicker games but 2, I hope someday there will be a third.
Fun rating: 5 out of 5
Learning rating: 4 out of 5
Science rating: 4 out of 5
13 / 15
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June 24, 2019
Just a basic idle clicker with some nice graphics. Each thing "researched" has a little bit-size blurb or factoid; that's about all the science in this game. Dependencies among evolutionary steps are speculative, simplistic, wrong, or just omitted.
I'm not so much annoyed about the bad science itself in Cells. I'm angry that it's being rewarded for doing so little.
Fun rating: 2 out of 5
Learning rating: 1 out of 5
Science rating: 2 out of 5
5 / 15
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