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Spore Game Information
Game Name: Spore
Genre: God game, life simulation, real-time strategy
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows (PC), Mac OS X, iPhone
Release date(s): 7 September, 2008
PEGI Rating: 12+
Spore System Requirements
CPU: 2.0 GHz P4 processor or equivalent [If built-in graphics chipsets then 2.6 GHz Pentium D CPU, or 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo, or equivalent.]
CPU Speed: 2 GHz
RAM: 512 MB RAM (768 MB for Vista or built-in graphics)
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Video Card: 128 MB Video Card, with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 (NVIDIA GeForce FX 5900 [GeForce 6200 for Vista]+ / ATI Radeon 9500+ / Intel 950+)
Sound Card: Yes
Free Disk Space: 6 GB
Spore PC Download
Spore is a life simulation game that was developed by Maxis and was published by Electronic Arts. Spore was released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS.
Players begin Spore with an organism that’s at a microscopic level. As the game progresses the players little organism will grow to become an animal of great complexity. They will evolve to become social creatures and will also be quite intelligent.
Once the animal has figured out everything about the planet they’ll start planning to go out into outer space. The goal of Spore is to eventually communicate with the aliens located throughout space.
The gameplay in Spore has been divided into a number of stages. What happens by the end of each stage will determine how the player begins the next stage. Each stage in Spore is very different, not only because they get harder and harder but because they all feature a different way to play.
Some of the missions in the stages of Spore gameplay are optional and offer bonus rewards. After a player has successfully completed a mission they’ll either be given a new skill or in game money.
If a player finds that all of their creatures have been killed, then Spore will spawn a member of the species at a nearby colony or set them back at the start of the stage they were on.
It’s possible for players to actually win Spore. Winning requires one of the players creatures to make it to the supermassive black hole located in the center of that Galaxy. They must also receive the Staff of Life. Players may continue playing Spore if they wish, even after they’ve technically won the game.
There are five stages in Spore and they all include different goals and developments towards the creature. The first stage is what Spore begins with and it’s also known as the Cell Stage. The game gives background information as to where the organism originated from. It’s told that a meteor crashed into the planet and inside of it was this single celled organism.
The second stage in Spore is referred to as the Creature Stage. This is the point in the game that the player will transform their animal into a land creature. This stage also introduces the health and hunger bar of the animal.
The third stage in Spore is the Tribal Stage, which means the players brain has completely developed. At this point this species is done changing physically. The player will also begin to control the tribe as a whole rather than the individual.
By the fourth stage the players tribe has taken over as the strongest species in Spore. This is called the Civilization Stage and the main goal is to have the species take over the entire planet. The player will choose the way in which they want to achieve world domination.
The final stage in Spore is the Space stage. There will be new missions and challenges given to the player that involve expanding the species to the rest of the Galaxy.