This game is a finalist for the Int. Science and Engineering Visualization Contest! Yay!
Help me win the People's Choice award by voting for this game here: [link]
AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) and NSF (National Science Foundation) are holding a science visualization contest ... and I'm planning to submit this evolution related game I'm working on.
The game will be played for five minutes and then evaluated for "visual impact" "effective communication" and ""freshness/originality." [link]
So, it's due at the end of this month and I'm trying to get it ready. Here's what I have so far.
Give it a whirl! I'd love to hear what you think about it. I'm interested in any kind of feedback, but especially I want to know if anything is unclear or confusing.
Also, if you observe anything interesting or do any experiments ... I'd really love to hear about that!
You can play it here, but you can also play it full-browser-screen here: [link]
I hope you enjoy it!
btw, this is version 2.0. The old version is here: