EDIT: Yes. This was an April Fools joke. Download and find out for yourself exactly what we did to the game.
After two months of hard work, the Revolutionary Games Studio is proud to present yet another release, with plenty of juicy features. This time, we managed to add quite a bit of gameplay features that we think you will all enjoy. We've been keeping this as a small secret, but our team has actually managed to implement (very rudimentary) binding agents! Evolving them will stick your cells together, so every time you divide, your "multicellular" organism will double in size.
In this release:
2 new types of agents
A lot of performance improvements
Devblog: Click here to read the more in-depth devblog about this release. It talks about everything else we've been working on.
Release Trailer: We're a bit behind on this, but if you all could post some gameplay footage that would be really nice.
Wow, you guys accomplished a lot! From the new Microbe Stage features alone, I was very surprised and pleased, particularly when I first saw a new species show up from Auto-Evo. I took a few photos from my experience.
^This is me (the little green thing) getting eaten the moment I spawned in.
^This is me after I finally figured out what I was doing. I went for cilia due to the lower energy consumption (there was too much competition to be careless about it).
^ This is me, at the border between the Microbe and Multicellular stages, testing out attraction and bonding for the first time. You may notice that I'm the only species in the picture. This is because the water's oxygen content took a dive before this, and I was the species to recover the quickest.
^This is me about an hour into the Multicellular Stage.
I kind of forgot to take snapshots for a while, but here's me way later (maybe another hour or two).
All in all, an enjoyable experience. The Easter Egg with the machine gun and the watermelon was hilarious. My only complaint is that everything was in German for some reason.