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Spore: General / sporepedia
« on: September 18, 2008, 02:34:15 pm »
I've been getting frustrated with sporepedia lately (the online one at spore.com, not the in game one)

I love searching up various things, such as "alien" or "zerg" or "cthulhu" but I can find any way to then sort these creations beyond "newest"


I can select "most popular" but it does nothing. Is sporepedia failing that much that it can't sort creations that you specifically searched for, or is it simply broken for me.

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Spore: General / Planet Problem
« on: September 13, 2008, 03:44:52 pm »
So I've had this VERY annoying problem of when i arrive at a planet often is is completely land, it is a simple glitch. I can fix it instantly by using a tool that changes temp/atmosphere, but it is still a problem when i spend 2 hours working on a planet trying to get it to look how I want it to (because they removed the original drawing tool, WHO'S IDEA WAS THAT?!)

But then I come back and it is all gone generally, when I made the planet a sanctuary it removed my ability to use the atmosphere/heat tools, so now its permanently stuck in this complete land look it has (which is nearly the opposite of the waterworld i had designed)


Anyone know if this is just me, a way around this, or is it a prevalent problem waiting but unlikely to be fixed.

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Spore: General / Water, and its destructive capabilities
« on: August 26, 2007, 07:19:01 pm »
So my friend and I were discussing various means to kill off civilizations, in a more ingenious method. One thing we both looked forward to was modifying the land to have a giant bowl basically, and put a lot of water in it. Then, simply release the water in the direction of the city.


But one thing I've been wondering, does the game even have abilities like this? The most I've seen water do is rise and fall, but will we have water effects? Like if I crash a meteor into the sea, will there be a ripple even, enough for a wave that destroys coastal cities? etc.

If there is a video that shows this that I've looked over, sorry, but please do include a link so i can watch :)

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Spore: General / Perfection
« on: August 25, 2007, 12:19:48 pm »
So I searched around a little, and couldn't find a good answer to a problem I've been debating.

As we've been told, as your creature grows stronger, even stronger creatures are introduced to create a balance in the eco-system.


But somewhere, in a remote server probably, someone had to of created a "perfect" creature. So theres always a creature bigger and badder than yours? Well whats bigger and badder than that creature? and the next level up from that? and the next level up from that even?

I'm trying to comprehend a way to measure a creature, like slow creatures would obviously have disadvantage compared to fast creatures, but it would be odd measuring how strong is the creature, how fast is it? For that matter, how will the game know that fast creature X can beat strength creature Y


I can only think of creatures who work in packs that could topple this, but that can easily be defeated once the "perfect creature" begins to work in packs also.

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