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Spore: Origins (2D)
Game Description:Eat or be eaten when you play Spore Origins on your iPod. Guide your spore through its evolution and shape its destiny. Devour smaller creatures, explore primordial worlds filled with bizarre organisms, and avoid larger, lethal life forms. Grow from single-cell to complex predator as you rise through the levels. Customize your spore, and watch it move to the tunes in your iPod. Battle friends by importing their spores into your iPod from the Sporepedia website.
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Spore: Origins (2D) News

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  • New Action-RPG Spore Game To Be Revealed During Comic-Con

    Wonder what Will Wright’s evolution simulator Spore would look like as a sci-fi action-RPG? Well, all you have to do to find out is attend the Maxis Studio panel during Comic-Con next week. Read More?

    Posted July 12, 2010

    New Action-RPG Spore Game To Be Revealed During Comic-Con
  • EA Registers "Darkspore" Spore Sequel?

    EA has filed a trio of trademarks for "Darkspore" (discovered by superannuation) in connection with "computer game software; Downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; Video game software," as well as action figures, movies and just about everything else entertainment related. No...

    Posted May 10, 2010

    EA Registers "Darkspore" Spore Sequel?
  • Will Wright's New Studio Developing Three Projects, 'A Couple' Are Games

    After Spore wrapped, games designer Will Wright left his home base of EA Maxis to form Stupid Fun Club, a company focused on expanding the idea of "play" in games and other mediums. Wright hasn't said specifically what Stupid Fun Club is up to, but an interview with Venture Beat provided a little more clarity on how much to expect...

    Posted October 8, 2009

    Will Wright's New Studio Developing Three Projects, 'A Couple' Are Games
  • Layoffs Reported At Maxis, Too

    The economy continues to turn the screws on video game developers. Reports of layoffs at both Raven Software and Maxis have surfaced this afternoon, with confirmation coming from the respective owners of each studio, Activision and Electronic Arts. No word on how many were laid off at Maxis either, but here's what the company told...

    Posted August 26, 2009

    Layoffs Reported At Maxis, Too
  • 'Fallout 3' Wins Game Developers Choice Award

    Fallout 3 was honored with the coveted Game of the Year award at the Game Developers Choice Awards held last night in San Francisco. Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG beat out Fable II, Left 4 Dead, LittleBigPlanet and Grand Theft Auto IV for the honor. LittleBigPlanet took home the most awards -- Sony's PS3 platformer won nearly half of all the...

    Posted March 26, 2009| 48 Comments

    'Fallout 3' Wins Game Developers Choice Award
  • Contest Searching For Spore Applications

    Hey, are you an aspiring developer? Do you want to develop a Spore widget or application? We have an opportunity for you: The Spore API contest. Use the extensive content in Sporepedia to create your app from scratch or download the source code from one of the sample apps, and create the most useful/coolest/most awesome application on...

    Posted March 3, 2009

    Contest Searching For Spore Applications
  • Four New 'Spore' Games Announced

    Four expansions to EA's innovative open-universe creature simulation Spore have been announced. They sound totally Spore-riffic. Here's the line-up: For the PC, there's the Spore Galactic Adventures expansion, scheduled for this spring. The game offers quest-based missions for the "space phase" of the original game, and allow...

    Posted January 22, 2009| 7 Comments

    Four New 'Spore' Games Announced
  • 'Spore' Creatures With Anti-DRM Slant

    Spore, Will Wright's universe simulator, is quickly becoming the darling of the techy/nerd/gamer set, but it's being dealt some vicious backlash by players who can't stand the game's DRM. Creative, DRM-haters are taking it to the game and making creatures that protest the policies of EA, the game's publisher. While making a Spore creature to...

    Posted September 16, 2008| 19 Comments

    'Spore' Creatures With Anti-DRM Slant
  • Earth Is In 'Spore'

    Fret not, for any doubt about Spore's creationist leanings are to finally be solved by this fact: Earth is in Spore and gamer Galrith has done all the work for us in locating it. It's quite appropriately in our Solar System on Orion's belt in the Milky Way Galaxy. Remember to avoid the Galactic Core as it is very crowded and the Guardians...

    Posted September 11, 2008| 8 Comments

    Earth Is In 'Spore'
  • Christian Anti-'Spore' Site Launched

    Will Wright's Spore is making news all over the internet, either whinges about the game's DRM or because people think it's awesome, but one site finds the god-game to be decidedly anti-awesome. AntiSpore.com purports to be a Christian's reaction to Spore that aims to "let Electronic Arts know that their biggest attack on Christian values...

    Posted September 9, 2008| 64 Comments

    Christian Anti-'Spore' Site Launched
  • Apple Throws Down Portable Gaming Challenge

    A big part of Apple's presentation today was focused on portable gaming on the iPhone and iPod Touch. A challenge has been issued to Nintendo and Sony. Apple CEO Steve Jobs said that the iPod Touch (and by extension, the iPhone), is "the best portable device for playing games." The best? Sure, we love some of the iPhone/Touch games...

    Posted September 9, 2008| 25 Comments

    Apple Throws Down Portable Gaming Challenge
  • 'Spore' Creator Fires Back At Critics

    Will Wright, the creator of Sim City, The Sims and now Spore has a few words for his critics in which we takes a look at the numbers--sales vs. critical: "Spore has more depth than, let's say, The Sims did. But we looked at the Metacritic scores for Sims 2, which was around 90, and something like Half-Life, which was 97, and we decided -...

    Posted September 8, 2008| 7 Comments

    'Spore' Creator Fires Back At Critics
  • Gamers React To 'Spore' DRM

    PC and Mac game Spore has only been out for a few days, and gamers are weighing in with their opinions. While critical opinions of the game vary, gamers are close to unanimous on one issue: The game's Digital Rights Management. Spore's DRM seems a tad ridiculous. Apparently, if you purchase the game, you can only install it on three computers...

    Posted September 8, 2008| 36 Comments

    Gamers React To 'Spore' DRM
  • Will Wright Praises "Sporn"

    Did you know you can use the Spore creator creator to make pictures of wieners? Of course you did! But did you know the creator of the game, legendary game-maker Will Wright, is totally cool with that, as long as you don't ruin the enjoyment of the game for others? Wright told The Associated Press, "When you give players creative control,...

    Posted August 27, 2008| 7 Comments

    Will Wright Praises "Sporn"
  • Will 'Spore' Migrate To Movies, TV?

    As Spore's mitotic debut draws near, creative mind Will Wright told Reuters in an interview that he is seeking other media outlets for the Electronic Arts published title. He said: "With Spore, we're looking way outside the game space, such as TV, movies, etc. We're basically planting the seeds to spread Spore out to a much wider group of...

    Posted August 15, 2008| 3 Comments

    Will 'Spore' Migrate To Movies, TV?
  • X-Play Comedy: Don Colorado

    Posted: February 23, 2009

    5,266 Views | 02:22 | 11 Comments

  • Face Time: Spore Creator Will Wright

    Posted: December 15, 2008

    2,167 Views | 13:37 | 1 Comment

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