LifeFLOW3D Digitarium is released under the viral GNU General Public License 3.0 license, which guarantees you the freedom to use, examine, and share the software.
Learn more about LifeFLOW3D and download it at GameJolt!
You can view the new GitHub page here.
You can download the source files here.
To build LifeFLOW3D, you will also need to download the freely available Blender.
Please send any questions or comments to email@example.com.
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This huge release fixes an outstanding issue that occurred when one creature ate another one, so it makes LifeFLOW waaaaay better! :)
It also introduces the first new LifePathBranch creature type, which evolved from LifePath predecessors and has already had an important role.
Play now! :)
Also check out the new LifePathBranch1 creature at LifeBANK! :)
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After a little pause to make our extra cool new video (http://life.worldsowisdom.com/?q=node/119), and work on other areas, we're back with a brand new release! :)
LifeFLOW version 2.2 includes some new creatures, specifically LifePathz 7-9! :)
We're also continuing to improve the functionality and stability and more.
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LifeFLOW 1.2 brings a cleaner user experience, as per requests from players. We will continue to make improvements to this and other aspects of gameplay! :)
You can play with LifeFLOW yourself at the official website:
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LifeFLOW digitarium lets you play with electronic creatures, as they move about their environment and evolve. A digital vivarium is essentially a virtual terrarium or aquarium. You can play with LifeFLOW on any web browser on a computer, tablet, smartphone, or any other device.
We have been developing LifeFLOW for over a year now, and publish the source code freely and openly under the MIT license. We welcome your contributions.
With special thanks to Avril Olachea and Dr. Adrian Bejan for art and inspiration, and gratitude to everyone who has contributed directly or indirectly.
Currently LifeFLOW works best in Firefox. It does work in other browsers, although we'll want to do further testing to improve compatibility. If you encounter any questions or comments, please get in touch! :)
LifeFLOW digitarium: Grow a little bit! :)
Play LifeFLOW yourself at:
You can also find a trippy new creature here at LifeBANK! :)
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Looking back on LifeFLOW development so far, while looking forward to the upcoming version 1.0 release, it's amazing how far we've come already! :)
When I first started jotting down some notes, I had several inspirations in mind. A few include an idea from when I was younger and wanted to make a more biologically inspired game world to illustrate Darwin's ideas, as well as Conway's Game of Life, which is more mathematical. I suppose this falls somewhere in between, as a physics game instead of biology or math.
Today we have the following:
That already reflects a good chunk of the initial vision. Of course, there are still tons of features and creatures to improve to make it closer to that ideal, and the ideal itself evolves as we make progress. Anyways, it's quite heady to create and watch the birth and development of this fun life game!!! :)
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This version introduces several new creatures, including a couple of variants of LifePath. The latter have different looks than previous creatures, and in one case even eat and mate! :) (Or, get eaten and reproduced...) We also now have some improvements to the game functionality..
Have a play for yourself! :)
Thank you for playing, and please get involved!!! :)
Be sure to view the new video here:
And check out a brilliant new specimen at LifeBANK!!! :)
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