On your home planet all the species will evolve with you thanks to auto evo,but when in space stage you explore new planet how will them be generated? There will be premade organisms/biomes? Will organisms be random generated? If so,how can se be sure they fit in their niches and not be totally unefficient?
Post by timetraveler22 on Aug 31, 2016 18:00:53 GMT
I believe organisms, planets, biomes should be randomly generated from variants and mixtures of base habitats, and planet types. I'd think creatures should be generated to be somewhat capable of surviving rather than being OP. This allows the game to not automatically spam spawn a certain species.
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