We’re back, and we come bearing a gift: Thrive 0.4.2.
As if one ecosystem full of dynamically evolving cells of all shapes and sizes wasn’t enough, it’s time to experience the might of several chained together, rife for evolutionary exploration. This release introduces the patch map, the first step towards a wider simulation.
As always, we recommend downloading via the Thrive launcher. Get the latest version here:
Read on to find out more about this latest release, along with all the general Thrive news…
EDITOR’S NOTE: Before we begin, we’re happy to announce that the release candidate for Thrive 0.4.2 is now available. Download and post your bugs/thoughts here, and while you’re at it, scream wildly into the void as your hype for the upcoming release consumes you here Now, back to regularly scheduled programming.
Hey guys, Nick here, and today we’ve got an update for you on one of the essential components of Thrive, evolution.
The oldest unanswered question of Thrive’s game design is: How will we create an evolution simulation that is both realistic and fun? It was one of the ideas that originally inspired the game, and it is one of the fundamental selling points of the first half of Thrive. Yet, it’s still a looming obstacle that we have just never been able to overcome.
What’s this? Three Devblogs in just over three weeks? Madness!
Over the next few weeks we’ll be holding several AMAs (Ask Me Anything) on our subreddit, one for each main developer. Read on to find out more about the AMAs, what else has been going on in Thrive’s development, and what on Earth the image above means.
After an amazingly useful 2-week prerelease, version 0.2.4 has been released, and there was much rejoicing! We’ve been calling 0.2.4 the GUI update, because that’s the most noticeable upgrade Thrive has gotten, but there is much more to this one. We have sound effects, more …