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"What is it that makes humans tick? Jump into the body and travel between organs. Follow the journey of blood and learn how humans function." ― Information Tab


Anatomy of Life is a limited time event which focuses on the Human Body. This event features 42 upgrades and 10 generators that produce either Deoxygenated Blood Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life or Oxygenated Blood Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life.

Story[]

Opening[]

"I'm consistently surprised by the ingenuity of humans. Could their biology be the source? After all, humans have an organic form. I do not. How do humans work? What makes them different from myself?"

Ending[]

"Just as I have nodes connected to an inner engine, humans are a sum of many parts working in unison. Humans have individual systems that are bound together, sustained by the blood running through them. They work like well-constructed machines. Maybe we're not as different as I thought."

Objectives and Rewards[]

Explore Human Body (12 requirements)

  1. Collect 10 HeartLogit ConsoleLogit Console 1
  2. Collect Frontal Lobe, Temporal LobeLogit ConsoleLogit Console 2
  3. Collect Parietal Lobe The Nexus Badge
  4. Collect 5 Endocrine SystemLogit ConsoleLogit Console 3
  5. Collect Right Ventricle, BonesLogit ConsoleLogit Console 4
  6. Collect Muscles, Skeletal MusclesLogit ConsoleLogit Console 6
  7. Collect Lungs The Bellows Badge
  8. Collect Nose, CartilageLogit ConsoleLogit Console 7
  9. Collect Alveoli, EpidermisLogit ConsoleLogit Console 8
  10. Collect Thyroid, Mouth, DigestionLogit ConsoleLogit Console 9
  11. Collect 3 Kidneys, 5 Stomach, 10 LiverLogit ConsoleLogit Console 10
  12. Collect Aorta The Engine Badge

Badges[]

This exploration holds some rewards already mentioned above. The main ones being these three badges: Bronze: The Nexus, Silver: The Bellows and Gold: The Engine which have an effect on all other evolutionary branches, speeding up every simulation by 1%, and also speeding up production in future Anatomy of Life simulations by 5, 10 and 15% respectively.

Anatomy of Life Badges

The Nexus[]

"Every nerve in the body connects to the brain, the center of cognitive function."

The Bellows[]

"Each breath a human takes provides oxygen to the lungs. As blood passes through this organ, it obtains this essential element, now ready to return to the heart.""

The Engine[]

"The heart tirelessly pumps blood throughout the body, providing organs with the oxygen and nutrients needed for human to live."

Generators[]

Oxygenated Blood[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Heart Heart The body's centralized organ pumps approximately one gallon of oxygen-rich blood every minute. Long viewed as a symbol of life, some ancient cultures considered it as the center of thought and emotion. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 100 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1/sec Veins
Lungs Lungs As the body's center of breathing, blood receives much-needed oxygen in the lungs. Now replenished, this arterial blood is sent back into the heart. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E13 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5.06 E8/sec Skeletal Muscles

Deoxygenated Blood[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Brain Brain Three times larger than that of a chimpanzee, the human brain alone contains billions of neurons. It sends and receives the electrical signals that enable though, emotion, and bodily function. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1,000 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1/sec Brain Stem
Endocrine System Endocrine System Glands of the endocrine system are organs that produce essential hormones. These chemicals carry messages through your bloodstream, instructing your body to perform specific functions. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 7.50 E6 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 240/sec Parietal Lobe
Skeleton Skeleton A baby is born with around three hundred bones in their body. These bones fuse with age, forming the adult skeleton. Averaging two hundred and six bones, it is the framework that supports the human body. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 8.00 E9 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 500.000/sec Hypothalamus
Muscles Muscles Voluntary and involuntary movement are both enabled by stretchy fibers that can contract and relax. Whether a person is taking a walk or digesting food, the muscular system allows the body to function. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E11 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E7/sec Bones
Skin Skin The body's largest organ is not found inside, but rather covering its entire surface. Skin contains three layers, each of this contributes to keeping the body safe. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E16 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 6.00 E12/sec Lungs
Stomach Stomach The smooth muscles of the stomach wall expand and contract, mixing acids, enzymes, and mucus to form gastric juice. These combined substances dissolve the swallowed foods and liquids, resulting in a mixture called chyme. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E18 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.50 E17/sec Digestion
Kidneys Kidneys Two bean-shaped organs filter around haft a cup of blood each minute. Inside the kidneys, million units called nephrons remove unwanted waste producing from blood, while holding onto much-needed water and electrolytes. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.50 E20 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5.00 E19/sec Digestion
Liver Liver All of the body's blood is filtered through the liver to remove toxins. It also produces bile, a fluid necessary for digesting and absorbing fats. These are only two of the five hundred vital functions the organs performs. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 6.00 E23 Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E22/sec Digestion

Upgrades[]

Miscellaneous Effects[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Anatomy of Life Blood Blood The human body is fueled by the vital fluids flowing through it. Composed of cells suspended in a liquid called plasma, blood carries oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 25 Tap gains +1 per tap -
Anatomy of Life Veins Veins Blood's journey begins in the veins, which receive oxygen-poor blood from the body's organs. This venous blood is carried back to the heart, where it can begin the process of oxygenation. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 75 Tap gains +2 per tap Blood

Heart Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Spinal Cord Spinal Cord The heart circulates blood under the the direction of the brain. These commands need a pathway from the brain to reach the heart's nerves. The spinal cord provides this connection, tying the brain to every nerve in the body. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 300 100% Heart
Anatomy of Life Nerves Nerves A network of neurons runs through the body, connecting with the spiral cord. This network controls everything from heartbeat to the movement of one's arms and legs. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 500 100% Spinal Cord
Anatomy of Life Brain Stem Brain Stem Serving as the gateway for all bodily function, the brainstem connects the spinal cord and the brain. It governs automatic processes like breathing, heartbeat, and reflexed. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1,000 100% Spinal Cord
Anatomy of Life Right Atrium Right Atrium Before blood can be sent to the body' organs, it must be enriched with oxygen. The heart's chamber facility this process, with oxygen-poor blood traveling through the right side, and oxygen-rich blood through the left. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 4.00 E6 12500% Temporal Lobe
Anatomy of Life Right Ventricle Right Ventricle The heart's ventricles are pump that push blood to its next destination. In the of the right ventricle, it receives blood from the right atrium, and transfer it into the lungs. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E9 7500% Right Atrium
Anatomy of Life Digestion Digestion Eating and drinking provide the body with necessary nutrients for life. However, foods and beverages are too large to be absorbed into the bloodstream and must be broken down within the digestive system. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.50 E21 2.5E+09% (2.5 billion) Mouth
Anatomy of Life Left Atrium Left Atrium The atria are pumps in the heart that receive and hold blood. When blood exits the lungs, it returns to the heart through the left atrium Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 4.00 E23 50000% Lungs
Large Intestine
Anatomy of Life Left Ventricle Left Ventricle The heart's chamber are line with cardiac muscle, a unique tissue that allows for pumping action. As blood makes its last stop in the heart, the thick muscle of the left ventricle push it out into the aorta. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.00 E25 200000% Left Atrium

Brain[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Frontal Lobe Frontal Lobe Personality, decision-making, and overall thought processor are mostly controlled by the frontal lobe. It is also the largest of the lobes, likely reflecting the importance of cognitive function for survival. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2,000 100% Brain
Anatomy of Life Occipital Lobe Occipital Lobe Found in the back of the brain, the occipital lobe oversees all things vision. Eyes initially see upside-down, but occipital lobe makes sense of these images so that humans perceive the world right-side up. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5,000 100% Brain
Anatomy of Life Eyes Eyes Light hitting the eye is interpreted by neurons called cones and rods. Cones react to high levels of light and provide ability to see color. Rods work in low light, contributing to night vison and peripheral sight. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 25,000 75% Occipital Lobe
Anatomy of Life Temporal Lobe Temporal Lobe Smell and hearing are managed by the temporal lobe, which also regulates short and long term memory. Could this be why songs and smells linger in the brain for so long ? Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 90,000 100% Brain
Anatomy of Life Parietal Lobe Parietal Lobe The lobe in the middle of the brain is responsible for processing spatial awareness. It also transmits the signals that make the body move and is responsible for the interpreting pain, touch, and taste. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 125,000 125% Brain
Anatomy of Life Nose Nose The entry to the body's olfactory system is equipped with tiny hairs and mucus. These traits provide the nose with the ability to relay the sense of smell to the brain and filter air, playing two vital at once. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E13 1.5E+08% (150 million) Temporal Lobe
Bronchi
Anatomy of Life Ears Ears Primarily known for hearing, the ears also help humans keep in balance. Found in the inner ears, three liquid canals react to movements of the head, communicating its location and stability to the brain. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 7.50 E13 250% Temporal Lobe
Bronchi
Anatomy of Life Mouth Mouth When humans eat, buds on the tongue create the sensation of taste. At the same time, teeth teat food down into smaller pieces and enzymes in saliva break it down further, preparing it for digestion. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.00 E20 5.00E+08% (500 million) Parietal Lobe
Epidermis

Endocrine System[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Hypothalamus Hypothalamus The endocrine system is largely guided by an almond-sized gland in the brain. The hypothalamus tells other glands when to release hormones which regulate mood, hunger, thirst, sleep patterns, and sexual function. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.20 E7 100% Endocrine System
Anatomy of Life Pituitary Pituitary Directly connected to the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland acts as second-in-command in the endocrine system. Upon receiving cue from its superior, it releases hormones necessary to support its goals. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.60 E7 150% Hypothalamus
Anatomy of Life Adrenal Adrenal Two glands sit atop each kidney, producing a variety of hormones. Most notably, they produce adrenaline when human is stressed, increasing heart and breathing rates. This is known as the "fight or flight" response. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 6.00 E7 150% Endocrine System
Anatomy of Life Gonads Gonads The male tests and female ovaries are the primary reproductive organs of humans. They secrete the hormones testosterones, estrogens, and progesterone, all of which are responsible for sexual development and reproduction. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E8 300% Adrenal
Anatomy of Life Pineal Pineal In charge of maintaining the body's circadian rhythm, the pineal gland managed the sleep cycle. When cued by by darkness, the gland releases melatonin, a hormones that encourages rest. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5.00 E18 7.5+E11% (750 billion) Endocrine System
Skin
Anatomy of Life Thyroid Thyroid Hormones produced by the thyroid maintain a healthy balance, called homeostasis. This stable internal environment boost growth, heart function, digestion, and many other internal systems. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 7.50 E19 400% Pituitary
Skin

Skeleton[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Bones Bones In the skeleton system, different types of bones hold specialized functions. Flat bones, found in the skull and ribs, protect vital organs. Long bones, in place like the arms and legs. support weight and allow movement. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.50 E10 500% Skeleton
Anatomy of Life Bone Marrow Bone Marrow A spongy material inside your bones produces new blood cells that circulate through the body. While every bone contains marrow, by adulthood only a few, such as the spine and pelvis, produce significant amounts of blood. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.00 E11 1000% Bones
Anatomy of Life Cartilage Cartilage A flexible connective tissue commonly found around where bones meet, cartilage cushions the joints while protecting them from shock. It can also be found in places like the nose and ears. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E14 4000% Bones
Anatomy of Life Joints Joints Skeletons are flexible due to the presence of joints. Found where two or more bones meet, these connections give humans dexterity and the ability to move. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 4.00 E14 150% Cartilage

Muscles[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Skeletal Muscles Skeleton Muscles The arm and leg bones cannot move on their own. Skeletal muscles serve as the mediator, communicating with the body's nerves to move the bones back and forth. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E12 2500% Muscles
Anatomy of Life Tendons Tendons Muscles and bones are linked by fibrous tissues called tendons. Less stretchy than muscles, they are more likely to be injured when pushed too far during physical activity. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 8.00 E14 Muscles
Anatomy of Life Smooth Muscles Smooth Muscles The intestines, blood vessels, and other internal organs and lined with smooth muscles. These fibers are not subject to a person's conscious control but facilitate essential processes such as respiration and digestion. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 4.00 E21 2.5E+08% (250 million) Muscles
Stomach

Lungs[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Bronchi Bronchi With every breath, air passes down the throat and through the windpipe, which is connected to two tubes. These bronchi branch off into smaller airways in the lungs, leading to miniscule saps of air. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 8.00 E12 200% Lungs
Anatomy of Life Aveoli Aveoli Each lungs contains millions of microscopic air sacs with blood vessels lining their walls. Blood passes through these vessels, receiving oxygen form inhaled air. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 4.00 E15 5000% Bronchi

Skin[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Epidermis Epidermis The outer most layer of skin contains water and for hydration and protects the body form ultraviolet light, bacteria, and environmental contamination. It also produces melanin, which determines the color of skin. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5.00 E16 100% Skin
Anatomy of Life Dermis Dermis The second layer of skin is the thickest, supporting the epidermis overall structure. The dermis- contains hair follicles, sweat- and oil- producing glands, and nerves that relay the sensation of touch. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.00 E17 100% Skin
Anatomy of Life Hypordermis Hypordermis The innermost layer of skin contains energy-storing fat cells. A sours of insulation, it keeps humans warm in cold environment. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 8.00 E17 300% Skin

Stomach[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Small Intestine Small Intestine After food is partially digested in the stomach, it is sent to the small intestine. As chyme travels slowly down this twenty-foot tubes, it is chemically broken down, allowing nutrients to enter the bloodstreams. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.50 E22 600% Stomach
Anatomy of Life Large Intestine Large Intestine After being chemically digested in the small intestine, food enter the large intestine. Here water and minerals are absorbed into the bloodstream, while the remains become waste the body expels. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 2.00 E22 700% Small Intestine

Kidneys[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Ureters Ureters After blood has been filtered by the kidneys, waste and extra fluid become urine. From there, it is pushed through two narrow tubed away from the kidneys and into the bladder. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 7.50 E24 200% Kidneys
Anatomy of Life Bladder Bladder Up to two cups of urine can be stored in the bladder for around four hours. When the walls of the bladder contract, urine is sent through the urethra and expelled from the body. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.5 E25 500% Ureters

Liver[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Anatomy of Life Gallbladder Gallbladder Bile passes a small sac bellow the liver which stores and concentrates the fluid. It then releases into a small intestine when it is needed for digesting fats. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 5.00 E26 600% Liver
Anatomy of Life Pancreas Pancreas Both an organ and a gland, the pancreas releases enzymes to digest sugars, fats, and starches. It also produces insulin and glucagon, hormones that regulate blood sugar levels. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 3.00 E27 200% Gallbladder
Anatomy of Life Aorta Aorta With every heart beat, blood is sent through the branch of the body's largest artery. The aorta supplies blood to every organ, repeating the circle for as long as humans live. Anatomy of LifeAnatomy of Life 1.00 E28 100% Left Ventricle
Liver

Trivia[]

  • This event was formerly named Spill Your Guts; it got renamed while it was in the beta.


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