Spore Creatures Previews - DS

Game Description:In this innovative DS laboratory of virtual life, you've been given the ultimate power: the power to create life! Create an entirely custom world from scratch. Spread civilizations across planets throughout the entire universe. Or begin on a much smaller scale and nurture your species from humble single-cell beginnings all the way to full development. Lead your species through years of evolution as you customize almost everything you can see, including creatures, vehicles, buildings, and spaceships. The single-player saga is as endless as the universe itself, because every creation from every player is automatically shared, giving you infinite worlds to explore.
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