Cellcraft: A Game From My Childhood

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Cellcraft: A Game From My Childhood

Post by Foushoo » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:52 am

Greetings, I am the mighty Foushoo, God of wind and order. I hail from the Thrive Forum to recant a story of my past!
For many years, I forgot this game(Cellcraft(https://www.silvergames.com/en/cellcraft)) I enjoyed playing when I was little actually exists. I remember playing this a lot when was little and it was one of the factors that got me interested in Biology at a young age.
A bit more schooly childish then what most of this forum probably would play but if you ever want a primer on how cells work, with a bit of dramatic tension, this is a very fun game even for adults.
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Re: Cellcraft: A Game From My Childhood

Post by White parrot » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:17 pm

Ooooh, I remember playing this a long time ago. Nice one.

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Re: Cellcraft: A Game From My Childhood

Post by Foushoo » Thu Nov 23, 2017 6:35 am

Thrive has continued to make small gradual code advances and changes for the past year now. Nothing visible for awhile now(I don't know a thing about programming so I only real notice the visible changes :D ).
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Re: Cellcraft: A Game From My Childhood

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