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    Totally captivating game

    very simple...
    but for some reason i just played the darn thing for an hour
    http://intihuatani.usc.edu/cloud/flowing/core.html

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    Nice game, the thesis is nice too, DDA is an interesting concept...Not new, but not as known or used as it should be.

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    I played this quite a while ago. I got quite far I think (I couldn't get 'deeper'). Not sure if it was the last level. It became a bit pointless after a while. Nice mood to it though. I can imagine it being a good DS (mini) game if elaborated upon.

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    I killed that boss and it started over playing as a new creature. Pretty relaxing game.

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    It's a relaxing game. I like the way the credits are playing as you start the game, too.

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    indeed.. it does get numbing after a while though.. this is a fun game, also a bit captivating:

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    Yeah, flOw is a really neat little game. Jenova Chen is definitely a designer to keep your eye on. Although I didn't particularly enjoy Cloud all that much, flOw is a much bigger step in the relaxing game direction he's exploring. Last I heard, he's working on a Spore-related project at Maxis.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 0kelvin
    Yeah, flOw is a really neat little game. Jenova Chen is definitely a designer to keep your eye on. Although I didn't particularly enjoy Cloud all that much, flOw is a much bigger step in the relaxing game direction he's exploring. Last I heard, he's working on a Spore-related project at Maxis.



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    Spore´s tide pool phase ( Cellular phase)?..It makes sense, because is exactly the same game play, but more elaborated and with control over the way you evolve.

    Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HROhqGP37Q

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    I played all the way through as the centipede-type creature, and started again as the creature with particles rotating around it. I imagine if I continued through that I'd play as one of those fast diamond-shaped creatures, but all the different particles on the screen were proving too much for my little computer, so I quit. Very intriguing game. It gets fairly intense as you go deeper and face larger enemies.

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    Fl0w is getting released on ps2 i think
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