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"Our ancestor comes out of the tree." ― Unlocking Ape for the first time


Apes are the fourth land generator and the 12th generator in all. Apes are any medium to large primates in the superfamily Hominoidea. Apes are distinguished as primates that lost their tails during the course of evolution. There are two families; Hylobatidae (gibbons or lesser apes) and Hominidae (great apes, including orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, and extinct archaic humans).

Description[]

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The very beginning of human evolution, apes in the Hominidae family are the modern human's earliest ancestors.

Design[]

The ape resembles a chimpanzee. In the garden, some swing on trees, some walk, and one of them apparently uses a stone to break either another stone or a nut.

Upgrades[]

Upgrade Effect Cost Requirements
Bipedal Walking 25%

more

efficient

50.25 B Entropy Ape
Brain of Ape 25%

more

efficient

53.60 B

Entropy

Mammal Brain
Australopithecus 25%

more

efficient

87.10 B

Entropy

Ape and Brain of Ape
Homo Habilis 50%

more

efficient

268 B

Entropy

First Idea and Australopithecus
Homo Erectus 50%

more

efficient

335 B

Entropy

Extra Power and Homo Habilis
Opposable Thumb 100%

more

efficient

971.50 B

Entropy

Bipedal Walking
Endurance Hunting 100%

more

efficient

4.39 T Entropy Opposable Thumb
Ball and Socket Wrist Joints 50%

more

efficient

2.39 Qa Entropy Opposable Thumb
Reduced Tail Vertebrae 100%

more

efficient

2.59 Qi Entropy Bipedal Walking

Trivia[]

  • In the game, apes will walk bipedally just like humans do; however, in real life, non-human apes do bipedally walk, but will usually knuckle-walk.
  • Previously in a very early version, the generator Ape was named Monkey.
  • If you click an ape many times, it will dab and you will get an achievement.
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