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Spore: tribal life era mechanics and images

updated 07:50 pm EDT, Fri May 30, 2008

Spore tribal life era

EA on Friday unveiled an additional stage of Spore, it's upcoming evolutional civilization simulation, offering potential players a glimpse into the tribal stage of development in the game. During the tribal era, players focus on building up their own creatures' civilizations while either conquering or befriending those of their neighbours. Players can design the tools and buildings their civilizations build, further customizing their appearance and behaviour.

If players train their denizens to conquer other tribes, then they will show increased hostility, fighting amongst themselves or playing rough with eachother. Players can also choose to work out friendships with other tribes, which will also reflect upon the tribe members, as they occupy their time with discussion.





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  1. DoctorGonzo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    But can I run it?

    I know that I'd prefer system requirements to screenshots and character editors.

  1. passingby

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    not a native Mac Game

    This is going to be another game that run in emulation like eve, so we're not going to see all the advance shader stuff and still be second class. After Eve I'm sure not wasting money on a non-native game.

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