A New World, an evolution game

Speculative evolution and forum games
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A New World, an evolution game

Post by naturegirl1999 » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:40 pm

60 AU from the star, an ocean planet is in orbit. Within its depths, various forms of life have inhabited here for many star rotations.
There can be as many players as wanted, there can also be teams. Select which species to be and vote for an evolution. If anyone has questions about the animals feel free to ask.
Toobo(s): Creatures that look like Terran octopuses with scales. They feed on Yurabas. They are hermaphroditic, they mate by linking all of their tentacles together to combine genetic information, then they separate and lay eggs.

Yuraba(s): creatures that look like Terran starfih with fins at the ends of the tentacles for locomotion through the water. Yuraba eat the chemicals from hydrothermal vents in the planet. They will also eat the eggs of Toobos if found without the adults. They reproduce asexually. When one of them gets large enough a tentacle gets torn off to become a new individual.

Welar(s): Creatures that look like cubes that move by bouncing off of various surfaces. Each of the 6 “faces” can spawn either a mouth or a spike. The spike being thrust into the surface it is on pushes it away for movement. If it lands on a Toobo or Yeraba it spawns a mouth to feed on their blood. They are much smaller than their prey and can sometimes eat young Yuraba when heading through the water. They reproduce by splitting off part of themselves to go inside of their target, usually a Toobo. This small piece will grow into a new Welar in time, at which point they use spikes to break out of their host.
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Re: A New World, an evolution game

Post by magmacube_tr » Tue Jan 14, 2020 6:03 pm

Ok, I'll join.

I choose the Welars.

My vote is to develop eyes.
Your everyday cube of molten rock. Also, look, a baby dragon.

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But thats a swa-

Shut up! This is the closest thing I could find.

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Re: A New World, an evolution game

Post by naturegirl1999 » Mon Apr 13, 2020 12:36 pm

JohnyJohny wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 11:41 am
New World is a massively multiplayer, open-ended sandbox MMO set in a cursed and supernatural version of Northern America in the 17th century. Players can be anything they want from farmers to soldiers to lone wolves, as what you do, and whom you work with or against is entirely up to you. The land of New World will be evolving one that changes with the seasons, weather, and time of day.

You can work with others to reclaim monster-haunted wilds and build new civilizations. Or if you'd prefer, you can go solo, surviving in the face of horrific monsters and blood-thirsty player bandits. New World is focused on emergent gameplay with rich social features – including Twitch integration with broadcaster-led events, achievements, and rewards.
Sounds interesting, maybe you can start a new thread based off of this? Any evolution of the 3 species? I’m waiting for more people to post evolutions
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Re: A New World, an evolution game

Post by BakedToast » Mon Apr 13, 2020 5:07 pm

naturegirl1999 wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 12:36 pm
Sounds interesting, maybe you can start a new thread based off of this? Any evolution of the 3 species? I’m waiting for more people to post evolutions
He's not talking about a forum game. He's trying to advertise some kind of MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) that hasn't released yet.
It's against the site rules to do this, so I reported his post.


Also, this is his signature in tiny text: Another advertisement for another game.
"I've been going through this game [Removing the name to avoid advertising - Bakedtoast] and find that some levels can be very challenging. It took me a few days to get out of one specific level.
Check their [Removing the name to avoid advertising - Bakedtoast] Fandom page for more details."

Quoting Tiberius so he can deal with this.
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