Spore was one of 2008's most anticipated games and had a very rocky launch. Some people felt the game didn't quite live up to the hype and others chided it for it's, at the time, very draconian DRM. Recently it's had a sort of second-life on Steam, being one of the more popular games in various sales and today it finally comes to GOG entirely DRM free. Awesome to see EA finally open this game up to a DRM release and bundle it up at such a reduced price.

"From Single Cell to Galactic God, evolve your creature in a universe of your own creations. Play through Spore's five evolutionary stages: Cell, Creature, Tribe, Civilization, and Space. Each stage has its own unique style, challenges, and goals. You can play how you choose start in Cell and nurture one species from humble tidepool organism to intergalactic traveler, or jump straight in and build tribes or civilizations on new planets. What you do with your universe is up to you."

You can pick up the entire Spore collection on GOG now %60 off for $12 that includes the base Spore game, Galactic Adventures and the Creepy and Cute Parts Pack.


AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 09/26/2016 at 07:50pm

Spore. It's a really, really great concept. And done mostly well. I definitely recommend picking up this game for this price.

I was one who bought into the hype for this. I bought the Creature Creator before the game came out (which was pretty fun in itself. Just building creatures that would then populate the game server), and then the game itself right when it came out. Initially, I had a BLAST playing Spore (looking back, I'm surprised I've never wrote about Spore before). The Cellular level is probably my favorite. If you've played Agar.io or Solar 2, it's very similar. You start out in a tidepool, eating either plants or other microscopic beings, guiding your evolution along the way. Sometimes I'll simply play that part of the game and then turn it off :)

Overall, the game got old quickly, but I never bought any of the expansions. I'd say this is almost a must buy for $12. It's a great game that can have a lot of replayability. I got tired of the game myself, but I still recommend playing it through at least once :)

Travis   Admin wrote on 09/27/2016 at 07:15pm

I just realized I have this in my Steam library from a bundle and never touched it. I should give it a shot. So many games.

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