Evolution Planet: Gold Edition - Review
TL;DR - Evolut'll be blunt - dect should also be noted that don't recommend this game. I felt annoyed and cheated during most of my playtime, and for a puzzle game, the developers sure tried their best to elimi
by Gumboman on Steam
TL;DR - Evolution Planet is an inferior clone of Triple Town, with a vastly larger and oxymoronic emphasis on random elements and pre-designed levels. Several levels in the game cannot reasonably be completed without purchasing creatures, likely a holdover from pay-to-win mobile game elements.
I'll be blunt - in every instance where the developer experimented with the game design instead of merely copying Triple Town, they failed. Enemy creatures that destroy yours (or in later levels, infect and convert yours), an AI that places creatures on your behalf and slaps down multiple creatures per turn, and 84 levels with their own sets of goals and score targets - all of these interfere with each other or with the core gameplay.
When the RNG decides to place multiple creatures at several critical points on the grid that completely wreck your plans, it's not fun. Doubly so when they're high-level creatures that destroy or convert your own creatures and reverse the past 20 moves of progress. That same RNG decides whether you can actually complete a level, which makes you wonder - why even have designed levels? Though, even "designed" is debateable. Several levels in the game - particularly later boss levels - cannot be reasonably completed without spending gems to purchase creatures. Getting a triple star rating in some levels is also dependent on multiplier squares randomly appearing in the right places as well.
It should also be noted that getting a triple star rating on every level in the game gets you nothing, not even a text blurb of congrats. There is no point to completion. There is also no point to getting a high score in survival mode, as the top two scores are clearly hacked. Even at the end of my 3rd place run with a score of a quarter million points, there was such an incredible deluge of enemy creatures placed every other turn that it would be impossible for anyone to survive 4 times (2nd place) or 16 times (1st place) as long.
I don't recommend this game. I felt annoyed and cheated during most of my playtime, and for a puzzle game, the developers sure tried their best to eliminate strategy and planning.
Dur honestly can't recommend this as a puzzle game. If you don't mind there being a major luck element/possibly restarting a lot, go for it, but for puzzling? No, don't buy.
by Draya on Steam
During the first few levels, I'll admit, I truly enjoyed the concept of evolving the creatures by grouping them, However, after advancing further in, when the levels start to throw enemies at you and drop random creatures on the board, it really destroys the whole puzzle element. It becomes less a puzzle game and more a "cross your fingers and hope the game doesn't screw over your strategy by throwing the wrong creatures directly in your way" game. At that point you have almost no choice but to restart levels until they work in your favourite or spend gems to move them. Can be extremely frustating.
For that reason, I honestly can't recommend this as a puzzle game. If you don't mind there being a major luck element/possibly restarting a lot, go for it, but for puzzling? No, don't buy.
Similar to Triple Town in its gameplay and concepts (I don't care to check whichever came first), it retains the 'super cute' aspect of the former, but became boring too quickly. This isn't a bad game -
by [Lestrades.com] Nao 尚 on Steam
Similar to Triple Town in its gameplay and concepts (I don't care to check whichever came first), it retains the 'super cute' aspect of the former, but became boring too quickly. This isn't a bad game -- just something I'm not planning to complete because I tend to fall asleep in front of those monotonous levels. (I finished a world and a half before calling it quits.)
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by Maulen on Steam
This game is pretty similar to triple town so I don't think the concept is original, but it doesn't feel as repetitive as I expected. boss fight, bonus stage, survival mode and shop. I can guess this is a ported mobile app game, which I don't really like playing because most of casual games bores me. but hey, this is pretty good and I'm surprised myself. I bought this as soon as it came out hoping this will be "LOLO series (NES)" -ish. didn't watch the video, I was wrong but I don't regret the purchase, it's a good way to refresh your mind.
I respect the devs for its clean mixed 2d for gameplay visual and 3d menu. style is cute. for every detail, yes, I do notice them, they are appreciated.
Average, It's not something that you'll remember, not catchy, but also not something you'll hate.
As I mentioned before, concept is not original but improvised in its own way so it's good. one of the casual games I'd like to spend my time with. I had most fun with survival mode as the you don't need to say goodbye to your "evolved mammoth" every level.
Customer Support: 10
Found a bug and reported it. was fixed 2 days later. best support I have ever experienced.
Overall rating: 8.0
This is a good game to refresh your mind.
One of the best casual games out there.
Colorful and suals: thround acards: cheap achndowed s game is a solid 5/7 game to have some fun and train your brain muscles when you have short breaks C:
by XJ9 keys-store.com on Steam
Colorful and interesting puzzle game, fitting all ages with a low price (+ steam cards so even lower !), what's could be better for a short break?
+Visuals: this game is very juicy and cheerful, your monsters and enemies look funny, a short game of the survival mode is enough to brighten your day after hard competitive game :)
+Sound: okay background music and sound effects.
+Gameplay: puzzles them self are not that hard early game, they getting more complicated while you advance, so i guess you will meet some frustrating puzzles midgame and later, you have to use gems for special actions, like those gems you can buy in mobile games for real cash, but here you get plenty of gems while playing normal mode and survival mode and there are not microtransactions, so it looks pretty balanced.
+Steamcards: cheap game + steam cards = even cheaper game ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
-No steam achievements
-No windowed mode? As well as borderless. Basically no video options.
Overall this game is a solid 5/7 game to have some fun and train your brain muscles when you have short breaks C:
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evolution planet would be a decent game of 'match 3 things to create another thing', like triple town
and such, cute graphics, not annoying music, but it's a lazy mobile port that lacks basic audio and video options, the latter of which can be remedied by editing the windows registry or running the game while holding 'alt' (this never works for me), but hey, we have battery saving on pc, neat!
there are two reasons I can't recommend the game, one of which is the gem shop. you need gems for everything, moving or buying extra units, even using the undo function, which costs 10 pieces. moving units starts at 1 but moving a tier 4 unit (dino) is 100 gems. you can replay levels to get more but each only has a limited number (10-30) and you usually can't get them all in a single try. there are also gem gathering levels but those can't be replayed, plus endless mode, which is still extremely slow for gem farming.
granted, using them is optional, or it should be, and I tried not to move units too much or use undo too often and only bought a few creatures/items towards the end, after 600 failed attempts, but I'm pretty sure 3-starring some levels is impossible without gems. if they adjusted gem costs, undo for 1 or even free, moving units also drastically reduced, etc. or at least made gem levels replayable, it'd be a 'buy on sale because it's kinda fun' recommendation, but as it is, don't bother, level completion is often dependent on using gems.
and even more so on pure luck, which is the second thing I dislike about the game. units randomly appearing on levels can ruin everything at the last minute - or after two moves. it can take many (many!) tries just to finish a level and move on, which is really frustrating because it's not your fault. you can use gems to cheat, but sometimes even that won't help. some levels towards the end are beyond ridiculous, then after many attempts you suddenly pass with flying colors.
bottom line, I can't recommend the game, just stay away until the developer gets rid of mobile shenanigans and look for other match-3 titles in the meantime.
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by Jack Cheddar on Steam
Evolution Planet: Gold Edition - Win 10 64bit - no problems
Another "pocket picker" - like Fallout Shelter, it's designed to drive you to purchase something to complete levels.
It's a little clumsier than Fallout Shelter in it's approach. But both use "pusher" tactics whereby the player is given aids, at first. [gems in the case of Evolution Planet; Nuka Cola in Fallout Shelter] They learn to play the game, depending on aids to complete. Suddenly, the difficulty spikes and one cannot continue without additional aid.
The first few levels play like a tutorial written for 3rd graders. It continues to hold the player's hand through the intermediate levels, as if written for a child player. Wham! Level 15. You must complete this level or you cannot continue.
The game claims 2 styles of play; Campaign and Survival, but Survival is locked away behind level 15. Where the difficulty to this point has been at a child's level, level 15 requires the strategies of a chess champion. Even then, the random placement of enemies will destroy any strategy.
Everything about this level is intended to thwart you so you'll be forced to buy gems to complete it and have access to the other half of the game.
If you can get it in a bundle or pay .49 cents, it's good for about 4 hours entertainment for an adult and a child together.
Edit: I had to add this analogy. Evolution Planet is like driving onto a toll road. The road is smooth and wide; not much traffic. You're going along pretty good and suddenly have to choose between a toll booth or an exit. Either you pay the toll to continue or your trip is finished.
Fun twy only nn all, I think this game's creator did a wonderful job in making something different, yet fun. Something not only playable, but replayable as well.
by Dichtster on Steam
Fun twist to the typical Match 3, like Bejeweled. Definitely worth every penny. I like how each level has a different objective too. Graphic design may be "young" for some, but I think it's nice to find a game that can be played and enjoyed by any age. Little bit Match 3 + little bit Adventure + little bit puzzle = hours of bliss! (least, in my opinion!)
My only niggle is lack of a "best score" log. For example, I played level 5 twice. Score of first try was 30 points higher than my second try. I only know due to taking screenshots as I played. I think might have been nice to have my current score after second try, and "best score" shown from my first try. However, I can see a reason not to include. As a casual game, some may wish to simply play & replay, without the "pressure" of beating a certain score. Among children, leaving said best score out could encourage them to simply enjoy the game, rather than turn yet another game into a competition.
All in all, I think this game's creator did a wonderful job in making something different, yet fun. Something not only playable, but replayable as well.
This game could be good for a phone but not for a PC.
by Jackley on Steam
This game could be good for a phone but not for a PC.
by Saint Aaron on Steam
Product received for free
What a fun game! And no ads or blocks. And so cute too! Thank you developers. I have been looking for a good game for quite some time.
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