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Spore: The Galaxy Made By You

by SporeLover72 Feb 07, 2011

Ever feel like humans behave badly, or look bad, or have bad history, or wish they'd hurry up and go colonizing space already? Then this will be a perfect game for you. It has a creator for many things, has 5 stages, and has a BIG bad guy species in space stage. Google for a picture, I'll only post the name: The Grox. They are very mean, and early in the space stage you only get their name, but it doesn't tell you who they are. you only hear a name. At the end of creature stage, when you click the evolve button, be sure to make a creature that you like and can wear things like masks; It's the last chance to change their looks! After that you start outfitting them.

  CheatsGuru rating and opinion
8Story line
The main plot is that you start as a cell and slowly work your way up to the intelligence of a human and beyond.
6Graphics
Very nice graphics if you turn them to high, but with good graphics comes extreme lag. If you want less lag, turn them all to low. It also has a wide range of screen resolutions.
6Sound
Really, I don't see anything wrong with the sound. It allows you to tell the game how many speakers your have, with three options to select from.
8Gameplay
As you travel from cell stage to creature stage to tribal to civilization to space, the gameplay alters and becomes more complicated, but still not too complicated. Cell stage has you eat anything untill you evolve, creature stage makes you have to interact with enough other creatures, and so on.
8Lasting Appeal
This game is overall a very fun (and I mean VERY fun) game. You should buy it. You can do many things from evolving a creature to painting planets and inhabiting them!
7.2
Overall
Good
(Out of 10)
 
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zhouchaojie    wrote on mar 23, 2011 3:13 am

 

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