Games are a good way to teach evolution.
Every now and then I get comments from readers like "wow this is so good I can't believe it's not more popular, you deserve a bigger audience" and I super appreciate it because that's a kind thing to say, but it's really hard not to come back with THEN SHARE IT /PLEASE/
i know i say it a lot but this is really out of the creator's hands. if you think something you're into needs more eyes on it please for the love of god go link it in your discord or tweet it or get on the patreon or SOMETHING
Help identifying an old (Japanese?) plastic monster toy?
I played with these when I was… oh say it was 1973 or earlier, safely. You assemble the limbs into perfectly stable mixed-up monster things that can stand.
Sure sex is great, but have you tried traversing vast expanses of desert soil, alone and on foot under the blistering rays of the Texan sun, both chasing and chasing away unbearable memories of a mutual happiness despoiled by jealousy, recriminations, and destructive behaviors rooted in your internalized inability to feel deserving of another person’s love?
THAT'S SOOOOO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
@itchio devlogs now can be in some of these categories, WHICH INCLUDE TUTORIALS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I've been waiting for something like this since Bard's Lesson 😍 👌
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nVidia: Here's an example of performance rendering *straight, beautiful line*
Here's an example of quality rendering! *smudges over the line vigorously*
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@kdsch If you're in the space of Joy, you should look at Maarten Keijzer's push-forth language. It's an interesting and amusing little one, and might be good for something like that.
My implementation isn't complete, but @shanecelis has one that might be helpfully inspiring. And they're _all_ for self-education :)
I'm an evolutionary robotics researcher turned game developer, making fun virtual robot toys that hint at artificial evolution (think: educational trojan horse)
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