Somewhat Scientifically accurate speculative evolution game

How does this game work?

You pick a creature and evolve it to help it survive. . .
Simple isn’t it?

My previous game was far too unrealistic, and thats why I’ve decided to create a far more realistic game for those of you who really want to explore what evolution can do. and this will be done with the implementation of new more strict rules:

First of all. for everyone’s sake.
please describe your new creature/adaptation as well as you can, and please refrain from using simple sentences. such as “it grew a jaw”

If you want a guideline on how to describe a creature, ive created one myself:

common name:
Scientific name:

Diet: (dont just write herbivorous or carnivorous. add the things it eats)

Sexual Behavior:

New adaptation(s) and the uses of the adaptation(s):
Basic description of appearance: (make sure you include its size)

Reference image: (Not required. just helps me make your creature look like what you want)

while doing a simple test run on this forum. i realized this forum plays the game alot more diffrently than other forums. they evolve internal things more then external things. eg muscles, sensory organs. thats why ive decided to draw 4 images for one creature.

The external image (skin, eyes, things you can see looking at the organism in general)
The muscular image (muscles)
The organ image (organs)
and the skeletal and nervous image (sensory organs, spine, nerves, bones and ‘brain’)

keep in mind i may not be as fast when pumping out creature drawings due to this though.

also, introduction of a new thing. flora editor. you can now evolve plants! however. their evolutions will be simpler and only consist of 1 image.

Well then, now that the technical stuff has been said. lets get the fun stuff ready!

these are the islands of paradis a small group of islands which are isolated from the rest of the alien world. the water is warm and the islands are void of any life. the sea on the other hand. . .

Is not.

Name: Purple afro kelp
scientific name: purpacibo herbanus

habitat: the purple afro kelp inhabit the shallows.
Diet: Sunlight

purple afro kelp are simple creatures who do not act. they just photosynthesize.

sexual behavior:
purple afro kelp are sexual plants and store their sex cells in little sacs on the tip of their bodie. giving it the appearance of a afro. and when the current is stronger. the sacs burst open and the sex cells all intermingle with one another.

new adaptations:
The purple afro kelp arent very tall. with the average height being about 1.5 meters. they
also have little bulbous tips at the top of them. giving them what looks like little afros.

Name: purple sea moss
scientific name: purabi pulvom

the safe shallows

Sunlight and detritus/waste

similarly to moss. the purple sea moss is able to absorb nutrients through its skin. and is able to photosynthesize

sexual behavior:
Purple sea moss are asexual and release tear drop shaped spores when the safe shallow seas become more turbulent. due to this. purple sea moss are scattered around the safe shallow seas and are not as compact as the purple afro kelp.

new adaptations:

Purple sea moss is fuzzy and velcro like in texture. their bodys are soft and moss like. and they arent very tall. with only a height of 50 cm.

Now that the plants are done. Animals!


scientific name:
argen primus

Safe shallows

anything they can fit in their mouths. (sea dust, detritus, waste, other seafish. etc)

The Tearfish is a very simple creature, its able to ‘swim?’ by tensing up its muscles on one side of its body and doing so on the other side of its body. though its body is far too primitive to really move much. so instead they just follow the current until they reach a calm spot. They have simple sensory organs on the side of their bodies which help them orient themselves upright and know their depth depending on how light or dark it is. their digestive system is very simple, only consisting of a jawless and toothless mouth. a long tube which can assimilate food into its body. and a hole at the end of it, and they have 4 gillslits. and have a primitive heart. and lack a gas chamber to let them float up or down.

sexual behavior:
tear fish. - similarly to purple afro kelp - .release their sexual cells when the ocean’s current is a bit rougher in a large sexual orgy. the eggs that are swung into the shallow seas die because of its rougher current and the eggs that are swung into the safe shallow seas survive and reach adulthood to redo the cycle once more.

New adaptations:

The tearfish is a silvery and transparent colour. and are only about the size of 3 cm. and have 4 gill slits

It goes from
organ-skeletal and nervous.

well then. oof?


We start with vertabrites?

yeah, i didnt want to start from something like unicellular life.

If you want to start with unicellular life though. I dont mind.

Can we create things like arthropods without you?

Yeah. You can :stuck_out_tongue:


Name:stone fish
Scienctific name:zontanó vrácho
Habitat:safe shallows
Diet:any bacteria unfortunate enough to approach it minlessly
Description and stuffA simple mollusc that have a soft shell that can be open by muscles,it is immobile and can only move by currents or something else touching it,it have all of the basic organs that early mollusc have but it doesn’t have a foot to dig or move
Reproduction:it is axesual meaning it can reproduce without the need of a mate,when the current is strong enough,it will lay some eggs and just hope that they will survive(not really cause they aren’t consious and They just do it because they feel like it)
Apperance:a clam that is transparent 2cm


Name: kondoa fish
Scientific name: kondoaicus piscis
Description: the kondoa fish is 6 inches, and has two primitive fins on its side that are 2 inches that it uses to swim and it changes color depending on its mood like chameleon’s
Habitat: shallows
Diet: mainly purple afro kelp but if it finds a tear fish it will eat it
Behavior: the kondoa fish acts similar to a wolf when hunting it makes a noise like a dolphin that calls other kondoa that its ready to hunt but it becomes docile when it has eaten
Sexual behavior: when it is mating season the female kondka secretes a liquid that attracts male kondoa and when they sense the liquid it basically becomes a race and the kondoa that makes it to the female first gets to mate

common name: Koanda fish
Scientific name: Pisces Koandasces

habitat: has nests in safe shallows usually around Sagite. hunts in shallows.
Diet: Mainly tear fish sometimes juvenile kondoa fish. Also eats purple Afro kelp. Sometimes eat small pebbles to help digest food in body.

Behavior: Koanda fins are extremely aggressive when hunting but when they are mating or eating they are docile much like the kondoa fish. Live in large colonies on edge of shallows in safe shallows. Build nests out of various plants and pebbles in safe shallows.
Sexual Behavior: sexual reproducers females secrete liquid that males are attracted to, but to rapidly produce multiple Koanda mate with a single female. Lay hundreds of eggs in nests, but only a few eggs survive

New adaptation(s) and the uses of the adaptation(s): slightly larger than kondoa fish which helps them consume kondoa fish. Fins are slightly larger and stronger. Lost ability to change color.
Basic description of appearance: much like kondoa fish except body is 8 inches and fins are 3 inches. Usually bright blue color for females, darker for males. Has small stomach but does not have digestive liquids so instead uses consumed pebbles.

common name: Pangoshark
Scientific name: Arnis Sherenonus

habitat: Shallows
Diet: Any animal that fits in it’s mouth

Behavior: Aggressive
Sexual Behavior: Aggressive, but mates using sexual organs

New adaptation(s) and the uses of the adaptation(s): Armor and fins
Basic description of appearance: About 5 feet long, brown, with plates of armor and 2 fins, each with three prongs on it. It had a normal tail and gill slits (compared to a shark).
Reference image: Link below, but with more armor basically.

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