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Box artwork for SimLife.
Developer(s) Maxis
Publisher(s) Maxis
Designer(s) Ken Karakotsios, Will Wright, Justin McCormick
Release date(s)
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Windows, MS-DOS
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Commodore Amiga
Genre(s) Simulation
System(s) Commodore Amiga, MS-DOS, Windows, Mac OS
ELSPA: Ages 3+
ESRB: ESRB KA.png Kids to Adults
Preceded by SimAnt
Followed by SimFarm
Series Sim
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The producers of SimLife refer to it as "The Genetic Playground". The game allows users to explore the interaction of life-forms and environments. Users can manipulate the genetics of both plants and animals to determine whether these new species could survive in the Earth's various environments. Players can also create new worlds with distinctive environments to see how certain species (earth's species or their own) fare within them. Simlife has been used by some home schooling groups as an evolution curriculum enhancer.

SimLife gives players the power to:

  • Create and modify worlds
  • Create and modify plants and animals at the genetic level
  • Design environments and ecosystems
  • Study genetics in action
  • Simulate and control evolution
  • Change the physics of the universe in your computer

Table of Contents

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