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E.V.O. : Search for Eden

Super Nintendo Entertainment System
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DeveloperEnix
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Players1
Publisherundefined
Rating4
Release Date1993
PlatformSuper Nintendo Entertainment System
Roms2
LanguagesUndefined

Description


The storyline of E.V.O.: Search for Eden follows the same patterns as modern Evolution theories. The players first controls a prehistoric sea organism, and fights to gain evolution points with which he can improve his fish's body parts and upgrade his attack/defense abilities. The gameplay is not completely linear, which means that certain choices of paths and stages will affect the player's success. The game is composed of a series of stages, in which the sea organism slowly evolves into an amphibian, and later a land-only creature. The physical changes are fairly scientifically accurate which gives the game a semi-educational purpose as well.


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And Stay Dead!Sampler DishInsatiable HungerWill Genocide For FoodYou Evolve 'Birds'100% Ma-MaleUltimate FishUltimate AmphibianUltimate ReptileUltimate BirdUltimate MammalShark HunterWhaddya Mean I'm Funny?BuzzkillFrogger? I 'ardly Know 'er!Mass ExtinctionStill HungryGluttonousHomerunMonkeying AroundOne For The RoadFast FossilizationTo The MoonThe Red PlanetFishcakeSlippery FishWhat A Klutz!Physics Aren't Invented YetDeadly SnackNot Entirely HeartlessSandy ClawsNot Cool, BroUnwarranted CrueltyCloud DragonBlind With RageDe Best StegaGaia's Mean Queen MashingNo Batter! No Batter!No HitterEnd of Evolution?Diplomatic RelationsRegicideUsurperNatural ProgressionIn Your PrimeSmile, You Son Of A...Viva La ResistanceThe Brothers ThreeMammoth MayhemClip The King's WingsBiiiiiirdman!Iced The YetiAnti-Evolutionist SmackdownSuper Yeti BoxingSa-SquashedAdam and EdenAviator To The EndNot ExtinctMaze Destroyer

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