This is just a basic evo game, you have two base organisms and it's up to you to direct their growth!Rules are pretty standard:>Post a picture of a creature with a mutation edited in. Give a description.>Don't add complicated features, progress slowly. >Be creative.>Don't modify something twice in a row, give other people a chance to contribute. >Be realistic>Have fun!
An animal, it eats things and moves around with its tail.
An immobile plant, essentially a big fat blob of green energy.
>>226151Evolve bigger head, this "creature" can storage proteins now.
>>226153In order to increase the amount of sunlight it gets, it spreads out two "leaf" like thing. They also serve as a form of basic locomotion.
>>226161Rudimentary eyes for detecting light and darkness.
>>226161I like these threads so I'll do another one.The animal (give it a name maybe?) gains a bigger head and can now move with greater ease.
>>226487I name it "Biggus Dickus"Evolve longer "tail"
>>226451More leaves for more locomotion and photosynthesis action. Some spin around like a helicopter to move. Others flap their leaves around like jellyfish.
>>226549minor changesin exchange slightly less intelligent just bumping thread
>>226481Tail shortened, now has many small tails like a squid. "Stronger mouth."
>>226549Biggus Dickus with flatter tails could propel themselves through the water better. Over time, they became more like flukes. Their heads have also become more streamlined to reduce drag.Now they dart around blindly, often crashing into food. And even more often into not-food. Like rocks. It kind of hurts.Looks like there's sort of an evogame explosion going on.
>>227767Cute and very well drawn, especially for a glorified dick worm! I had never seen evo games before, so whenever I discovered them I figured it'd be a fun thing to start. The more the merrier!
>>226588One particular strain actually walk along the bottom of shallow bays and tide pools.>>227798Dick creatures are nothing new. If only more people would just try to be halfway serious with them.
>>228516Your art is really good, do you have a blog or something? Also yeah, they're by no means new but most people don't take them seriously. I didn't even mean for it to end up a dick worm at first, I was going more for a large flagellate.
>>227767Some develope apendages and membranes which let them swim with more control
>>227767Biggus Dickus has now developed eyes, as well as poison reserves throughout the body. To make up for a lack of teeth, it ejects a thick, white fluid to break down prey.
>>226588Some floaters grow basic roots.
>>226588looks like 4chan logo
>>227298Their eyes have moved to the ends of stalks to better view their surroundings. Mostly for detecting the worlds first predator. (>>228969) although it was too much in one post.Lets say that these are compound eyes on this. They're just dark and shiny.>>229411Will something that's about the same except somewhat cute make things better? http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/18521132/#18524002
Do we really need another one?
>>229521There will never be enough.
>>229504>Will something that's about the same except somewhat cute make things better?Yes, I appreciate it.
>>228965With more control, they are more able to scout the deeper parts of the environtment. Their coloration cam into being from a contact with hazardous material in the depth. They develop keen smelling pores to get to know their surrounding
>>229552>Dark biggus dickus is now fatter and longer than normal.
>>229504The eyestalks grow longer and more flexible, now able to move similarly to its tentacles.It begins to use its tentacles to help use water propulsion.
The evolutionary tree so far. (Everything is resized so it's pretty low quality, don't expect much from it beyond information.)
>>229657Is that a butthole?
>>229719NO, just a mouth sphincter.
>>229934You can always make it a butthole yourself, this is an evo thread after all...
>>226588The leaves of these plants that flap become fused into a bell shape. They mostly move to avoid sitting in shadows instead of direct sunlight. While stationary, they flip their bell inside out so they can temporarily anchor themselves to surfaces with their yet-to-be-drawn underside.
>>229605The Dark Biggus Dickus is in fact a massive herbivore. relative to other creatures. I imagine everything here so far is fairly small. From their size around 8 or 9 inches long on average. :^) , an adult specimen is rarely bothered by predators. Larvae and juveniles however are heavily preyed upon. Their color does help with this. They hide in the mud of the sea floor whenever they can smell a Pale Biggus Dickus (>>228969) nearby.Now onto the actual edit. Around their head, they've developed additional scent receptors, which gives them a better idea of which direction a scent originates from.
>>229504The tentacles of the Crawling Sphinctermaw become elongated and tipped in bristles which serve to brush up edible particles from the sea floor. Such things include plankton, algae, and larvae among other small bits of food.
>>230120The plant begins to delevop a small, pulpy "eye" to scare off would-be-predators.
>>229207While they don't have movement to potentially evade herbivores, Rooted Seaclovers have their own way of surviving: rapid reproduction. From their roots, additional Seaclovers will sprout, which in turn will release gametes (i.e. plant sperm. Pollen capsules don't really work underwater) to fertilize other Rooted Seaclovers and produce seeds.These probably form the largest base of the food chain.
>>226153The plant evolves "legs" which can drag it to lighter areas. The greener patches were evolved to detect light and physical stimulus so that the plant knows when to drag itself away.
I like this thread more than the other evo threads. You did a good job making it open-ended while also giving us a little guidance, op.
>>229657The eyestalks of the Gliding Sphinctermaw become like fins. They gracefully glide in the water, eating anything that can fit within its mouth. When threatened, they clasp their tentacles to the rear for a burst of speed.Below 5 meters, they become harder to see as orange light is absorbed by the surrounding water.
>>231958The plant now has has sturdier branch-like legs
>>228969Being the current apex predator, the Pale Biggus Dickus has little to no need for a poison defense. Over time, the trait has been lost. In turn, it gained something far more valuable. Along its back the tissue has become hardened. This is less of a defensive adaptation than it is for mobility. It gives a rigid structure for muscles to anchor onto and apply force upon.It also irises. Muscles that limit the amount of light entering the eye.
>>226151The original animal develops a larger mouth that can flap to bring food in, a larger tail with which it can get to that food, and a rudimentary light sensor around the body to see that food.
>>232627In response to the faster-swimming predator, Gliding Sphinctermaws have developed a gland that releases a mild toxin that irritates the eyes of >>235418 when they jet away.
>>231786Crawling sphinctermaws eye stalks grow longer, it changes color to blue (better camouflage) and its bristels become bigger. I call this the Craspaw.
>>236865Sorry. Can't help it. This is non-canon by the way, OP.
>>235418In order to accomodate larger sizes, the Pale Biggus Dickus needs to fit more food. However, a wider mouth leads to more unwanted substances finding their way inside the Dickus. Dickus with more control over gas flow in their bodies begin to prosper, as they can filter rocks from their stomach better. This leads to a tube-like lump on their bodies. This is known as the Lumped Biggus Dickus.
>>231786Another species branches off from the Crawling Sphinctermaw. Their bristles thicken into claws as they move from a bottom feeding lifestyle to a more predatory one.While smaller than the Pale Biggus Dickus, the Carnivorous Sphinctermaw can at times be more dangerous. They hide in rocky areas and spring onto their victims, and tearing at them with their clawed tentacles. Having no teeth or jaws, they use their claws to rip meat into nice bite-sized chunks.Their more grayish color helps to hide them from both predator and prey.Not related to any current creatures, but this is pretty cool. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structural_coloration
Oh. Looks like we're past the 72 hour mark. We should still have a couple days before falling off the board.
>>238549You could always make another thread.
>>238619True, although I'm the sort who likes to ride a thread down to the bottom of page 10 before starting a new one myself. So OP or somebody else will have to if they want it up sooner.
>>238627Right, I'm just saying that the death of the thread doesn't have to mean the death of the game.
>>226141Some blobs get their start on land near bodies of water, evolving a giant root rather than multiple smaller ones.
>>235418With some of their prey gaining defenses, two additional populations of Pale Biggus Dickus diverge.One has more of its back and tail encased in exoskeleton. The sturdy fluke doesn't flop from water resistance like it did before, allowing for greater speed through the water. They also gain a new habit while hunting: strike from the front. While prey will be able to see them coming, >>236117 isn't as able to "pepperspray" this dickus.The other branch simply expands its diet to include plant matter. To facilitate in this, they've picked up the odd habit of swallowing stones. In the stomach, these small stones grind up food. In time, these Biggus Dickus develop a fore-stomach mostly for this grinding tl;dr: They have gizzards. They so still eat meat, but more just when the opportunity presents itself. Their digestive spray weakens, and doesn't actually spray out any more.
>>226153A certain strain develops small nubs all along it, with green flecks covering the nubs.
>>235466The animal grows bigger to store food and grows a longer tail that helps it to move faster and more precisely.
Cleaned and updated the chart for OP.
Nobody else has ideas for stuff here? I know that I'm not the only one still lurking here.
>>242150I get ideas easily but at the moment I can't edit pics, by my experience during the last threads I understood that no image means it does not exist
>>242613True, unless it's something like organs which will have no visual change.People just don't want others being lazy. If someone wants to participate but can't due to no access to any art editing program, such as posting from a phone, they should be allowed to post their idea in hopes that somebody else can draw it. The only problem there is that they will be dependent on others being willing to draw, and also getting somebody else's interpretation of the idea.If somebody just won't draw since they think their results will look bad, they should be encouraged just to give it a shot anyway.I thought I had some evogame-related "Consider the following" image to go with this. Seems that I don't. Instead, here are some dick creatures from an old game.
>>231804The fake eye pattern of the Oculus Herba moved onto the side of a leaf, along with gaining another marking on the opposite side.It's not unheard of for these plants to line up within one another to mimic the appearance of a Biggus Dickus to deter herbivores.
>>248791Nope. 72 hour bump limit is long expired. We're riding this thread down.
By the way, what should we call this game for in the archive?
>>249546Can we at least have a followup thread? This is easily my favorite evo, so far.
>>250245I'm not the OP, but I'd assume any of us could. Archiving this thread is my current concern, and a name is needed for that. If nobody comes up with a better name, I'll just corrupt the word or scramble the letters of "genitalia" into something that could sound like a planet name. Genilla? Gentalla? Tenaiagil? Tack on a number or letter to the end to denote how many planets away this world is from its sun(s)? Genita D? Ilgaietan II?Some of this stuff coming out of the word scrambler ain't too bad.
>>250611Oh. Oh yes. We're doing that.Scrotus-4. Fourth planet of the Scrotus system.
>>250636And Scrotus-4 Evolution Game is now archived!> http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/226141/