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Parents' Ultimate Guide to Support our work! Corona Column 3 Use these free activities to help kids explore our planet, learn about global challenges, think of solutions, and take action. Kid reviews for Spore. Common Sense says This exceptional evolution sim is a masterpiece. Based on our expert review. Based on 11 reviews. Based on 45 reviews. Add your rating. Parents say 11 Kids say Teen, 13 years old Written by CrazySense April 21, Great game, but the hype is wrong Will Wright's "Spore" is a good addition to the library of games he's "created" The story is all created by you besides cutscenes between levels.
You control a small microorganism in the first level, eventually growing lungs and going unto land. Here you can make alliances, hunt other animals and mate. The violence is cartoonish in nature with no blood, so no worries there. As for the "mating" it's just the two creatures dancing under a thing of hearts.
Eventually, you pass the tribal and civil stages to get to the Space Stage, where the game really excells. You can explore planets, make alliances, have wars or buy and sell planets, the eventual goal being to go to the Galactic Center. Overall a great game with exellent content creators and online sharing. However, the game is almost shallow compared to it's earlier demoes.
Still, a great game. This review Helped me decide 1. Had useful details 2. Read my mind 1. Report this review. Great family game I played this with my friend and we used to evolve through each stage until we got to the Tribal stage. Then it gets hard This title contains: Educational Value. Positive Messages. Had useful details. Read my mind. Spore is one of the best PC games to ever excist. You can build creatures, buildings, cells, almost anything.
The violence is mild, and the only blood I saw in spore was when you stabbed cells with a spike, but the blood was purple. The only thing you need to be worried about is user created content. Which can be reported. Helped me decide. Had useful details 1. I like it It's fun and creative, the character are very expressive. Ghrapics are dated. This title contains: Ease of Play. Kid, 10 years old July 22, Jsjsjs Good. This title contains: Positive Messages.
Positive role models. Kid, 9 years old May 27, Teaches about evolution If you want to learn about evolution or teach your kids, this is the perfect game. I'd not recommend it to super religous people I'm Christian It shows a pathway of life, and shows how species can evolve. But, there are creation that have private parts to um Kid, 12 years old December 29, Fascinating game for younger children.
Teen, 15 years old Written by AJ August 23, This PC game from the creators of sims is absolutely fantastic! It is a colorful, fun, and creative masterpiece! You get to create your very own creatures, architecture, vehicles, and colonies! I played this game when I was a little boy and I loved it. Before you let your kid play though, first know that it does not require Wi-Fi so there is no privacy or safety concerns.
The controls and everything is really easy to figure out. There also is some mildly violent stuff. In creature stage you attack animals and eat them. There is also spaceships exploding and missile fights. There's no real sexual content. Creatures mate but they don't actually make them do it, it's just obvious. There's not really language although there is some name calling including "Limbless space slugs". Overall I think this game is a lot of fun and you should definitely give it a try!
Kid, 12 years old October 4, So fun! So fun, you can change planets color and you can create creatures, also travel other planets! Kid, 11 years old July 10, Spore: The Great Evolution Sim! From Maxis, the company behind the Sims, did something new in ! If you are anti-Charles Darwin, than this game is definitely not for you, lots of evolution from microbes to space explorers. You can interact with species, including battling them, causing them to rival you.
Violence: All distinguishable from real life and involving non-humans. You can go on raid and kill non-threats, use arrows, apocalyptic missiles, and pew pew death rays, but only if you want to be the villain, the other species get negative on you if you do that. Blood: All really cartoon. Colorful blood when you kill or eat the monsters. Mischief: You can make an herbivore eat meat or vice versa and make them barf, but that they are not restoring hunger.
Kid, 12 years old September 2, Evolution simulation is the best game ever made! This game is the best ever made! It simulates evolution. You can create a creature, evolving from a single-celled organism to a spacefaring empire. Violence can appear, usually bloodless fights between animals, explosions, and sci-fi shootings. Creatures can poison each other, and single-celled organisms explode into cartoon blood. Creatures do suggestive dances before laying eggs.
Online mode can contain vulgar and offensive creatures made by other players Sporn , and hateful comments. Also very glitchy, but also awesome! This title contains: Consumerism. Kid, 11 years old June 21, This is a great game. It teaches lots of evolution and the food chain, while being fun in the process! Teen, 13 years old Written by Evolute Creator April 18, The game is following not a single avatar, but an entire species, through its evolution.
You control a unicellular organism in the cell stage, where you can kill creatures, and they have a small explosion of fake-looking blood. You can mate in the first two stages, but al that is shown is a dance with creatures swooning.
You have a choice to fight or make friends. In the later stages you can burn down buildings. In the tribal stage, if you choose to get violent instead of friendly my usual choice , you will bloodlessly kill tribe members and destroy their huts. Same in the space stage. I hope I didn't make this sound too violent, I would only give it one out of five violence, and you do not have to fight. Kid, 10 years old August 26, But, the space stage is so hard because you have to go to different star systems in a whole galaxy and there are a lot of star systems. Do not worry if you get lost because there is a sigh that shows your home planet.
You can also get a thing that you can place on a planet to make a city on a planet that is not claimed. You can also make friends in the game to trade with and go on missions. The space stage is cool and hard at the the same time. Teen, 15 years old Written by Salsander February 20, Great Albeit Simple Spore is an extremely fun civilization sim that allows you to create your own species and watch it evolve.
Spore is far from realistic scientists have reviewed the game and a bit simplistic, but this simplicity allows young players to easily grasp the concepts of the game. There is a considerable amount of violence that is optional depending on how you build your character. If you are a carnivore, you are going to need to kill other animals for food although you might need to defend yourself as a herbivore. You can kill other species by fighting with fists. Each hit sprays a very small amount of green alien blood. When an animal dies, you can eat them, although there is no gore in the animation you scope the body with your hand and eat an invisible substance.
The animal then fades away. In the tribal stage of the game, you can create bows and arrows and spears to fight enemies or wild animals, although the violence is still as middle in creature stage. At one point late in the game, you can buy a device that can blow up an entire planet. Even though you can use these weapons of mass destruction, you are encouraged to ally with other nations. It is much harder to be a military state in the game.
Other than the mild violence, you can also reproduce in the first three stages of the game. The first two stages show two creatures dancing but never touching each other with hearts around them. The screen fades and an egg appears. In the tribal stage, you can click an egg button on a hut to add a member of the tribe causing an egg to roll out of the hut.Sporn game
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