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The Planet Agora Evolution Game is a social collaborative game specifically designed for mobile phones. The Evolution Game borrows concepts from natural selection and evolution in nature. Every player start with a couple of Creatures from Planet Agora. Creatures live in user's mobile phones. Creatures has some phisical and mental abilities. Users don't know their crature's abilities in advance, but they can test them with trainning exersises. Users can mate their creatures with other player's creatures in their suroundings and produce childrens. Every new generation of creatures have different, normally improved, abilities (acquired by gene recombination and mutation). Every few months are held the Planet Agora Olympic Games, where creatures compete each other in ability sports. The goal of the game is to produce a creature able to win a gold medal in the Planet Agora Olympic Games.

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