'Bacteria' - A new puzzle game from the creators of 'Energy Balance' and 'Energy Cycle'.
This game is based on the rules of the cellular automaton 'Life' devised by John Horton Conway in 1970.
(You can read more about how it works in greater details here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life )
In 'Bacteria' you have a square game field that is in some form of a stable state. You need to add in a certain number of cells so that, after a few steps, the field will be halted (in colored mode) or even cleared (in "hard" black & white mode). You could draw in single points, or use standard 'Life' patterns like "Gliders" (they move at an angle) and "Lightweight spaceships (LWSS)" (they move in a straight line).
Depending on the difficulty level, the player can use a smaller area to add new cells.
I didn't expect much from this game, honestly. Bacteria it's a puzzle game based on Conway's Game of Life on a low budget with poor graphics and weird controls, the sound effects are painful to listen and it actually distracts you instead of help you focus in the puzzles. Not recommended.
Just as the overview of the game says, it is based on Conway's Game of Life. The game explains itself incredibly poorly, graphics are basic and actually painful to look at, but the worst offender in this is the sound. Sound is just awful and annoying, to the point it can make your ears bleed. Even for a price as low as this, it is hard to recommend it, because it is nothing revolutionary - just check out Game of Life instead.
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