The game looks really interesting and I want some opinions on it.
#2SladesterstrifePosted 7/14/2011 11:05:58 AM
Yea i was wondering about this game as well kinda seems like Invizamals
#3im_your_momma(Topic Creator)Posted 7/14/2011 11:39:29 AM
Need input to see if this game is worth 4.99.
#4halfdemonPosted 7/14/2011 1:00:07 PM
I have been wondering that myself. --- Warioware D.I.Y friend code: 3095 1784 6660
#5trizznillaPosted 7/14/2011 1:14:45 PM
dang, I was hoping to see some info. Guess I'll take the plunge, I'll be back to let you guys know! --- hardcore about the casual.
#6keyblader1985Posted 7/14/2011 1:19:03 PM
All I know is that it has one of the coolest taglines I've ever heard:
What's hiding among your ravioli? --- Official King of PotD You only need one T-Rex to make the point, though. ~ Samus Sedai
#7trizznillaPosted 7/14/2011 1:38:30 PM
Well, it looks like color is the only thing that determines what kind of life you'll find. You have to keep all your specimines fed, in real time like Seaman on DC. After playing games with gyro, the dsi camera is awkward and unresponsive so I just use the dpad. May be fun, I think I'll hit up a paint store and grab a collection of color samples. Graphics are kind of chunky after playing 3DS. Can't really say much more til I give it some more play. --- hardcore about the casual.
#8trizznillaPosted 7/14/2011 5:24:41 PM
played some more, but if you don't play it every day to "feed" your organisms, they die. Unfortunately, gathering/mixing elements to make food is tedious. Also, there doesn't seem to be any way to "beat" the game. $1.99 maybe, but I would imagine this is more fun for a biology nerd. I'll probably end up forgetting and letting my cultures die. The idea is cool, but there should have been some way to put your collection in suspended animation if you weren't goig to play for awhile. I'm not willing to screw with my activity log for the sake of virtual pets that are frankly pretty boring. --- hardcore about the casual.