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The Primary Simulation is the initial simulation in which new players start when first entering the game. It initially focuses on the creation and development of Life, and later also includes the development of human Civilization and technology. It features a large amount of generators and upgrades that produce Entropy EntropyEntropy and Ideas IdeasIdeas as their two currencies.

Unlock other Simulations[]

The Primary Simulation is the first simulation in the game. By progressing far enough there, you can unlock all other simulations.

The Beyond[]

The Beyond is the second of the three main simulations. After reaching the Milky Way, you unlock the Celestial Phenomena:

"A strange phenomena appears in outer space. Tap away to accelerate this stellar anomaly."

Clicking the Celestial Phenomena 200 times will unlock the Black Hole Portal.

"A black hole that warps you into outer space. This portal gives access to the Beyond meta universe."

The Mesozoic Valley[]

The Mesozoic Valley is the third of the three main simulations. After reaching the Flatworm, you unlock the Mysterious Rock:

"A large sedimentary rock. Chip away at the secrets of an era long past."

Clicking the Mysterious Rock 200 times will unlock the Great Fossil Portal:

"A mysterious fossil enclosed in ancient stone. The portal gives access to the Mesozoic meta universe."

Exploration Hub[]

The Exploration Hub unlocks a variety of limited-time event simulations. After reaching the Human, you unlock the Exploration Hub:

"Let Semblance take you on a limited-time journey. What worldly secrets are out there to explore? Assist her mission as you find more information to strengthen the simulation."

It shows a symbol for the current event and the time left right below it, as well as further information when clicked. Unlocking the Exploration Hub also unlocks the Augmentations Console:

"The Augmentations Console is where you can spend Logits to buy Artifacts and various cosmetic upgrades."

Story[]

Tech Tree of Life[]

TBD

Dawn of Civilization[]

The Dawn of Civilization is the second main section of the Primary Simulation. After reaching the First Idea upgrade, you unlock the Idea Generator:

"An organ that can create Ideas. Click on it to create this new form of evolutionary currency."

Clicking the Idea Generator provides Ideas IdeasIdeas, that can be used to buy civilization upgrades and generators, starting with Abstract Thinking.

System Log[]

The Primary Simulation has a system log that records all major milestones.

"NOTICE

The data log is a transcript of all Semblance Corporation artifical intelligence processes. It records events for posterity in the event of a malfunction."

Opening

"Welcome. This experiment is designed to advance our understanding of evolution. By participating, you help us gather scientific information needed to create more accurate simulations. Do you consent? - (Yes) - Thank you."

Collecting 9 Entropy

"You've collected some Entropy!(EntropyEntropy) Use Entropy to buy evolution upgrades."

Reaching Amino Acid

"Amino Acids are the building blocks of life."

"Every Life you buy earns more background Entropy production."

Reaching Prokaryotic Cell

"The first signs of life bubble up in the primordial soup."

Reaching the Moon

"The moon is born when a Mars-sized object hits the young earth."

Reaching the Sponge

"The one becomes the many: The first multi-cellular organism emerges."

Unlocking the Celestial Phenomena

"Evolution branch unlocked. Simulation expanded to space."

Reaching the Jellyfish

"Life leaves the ocean floor, and the journey begins."

Reaching the Flatworm

"This game saves in the background."

Unlocking the Mysterious Rock

"Evolution branch unlocked. You have encountered a branching path of evolution."

Reaching the Tetrapod

"The first animals emerge from the ocean and start living on dry land."

Reaching the Ape

"The earliest ancestors of humankind come down from the trees."

Unlocking the Idea Generator

"All things begin with an idea, and we start a brand-new means of evolution."

Reaching the Stone Tools

"Humankind's first tool, a sharp rock, can serve many purposes - from crafting to combat."

Reaching Speech

"Now that they can speak to each other, humans can coordinate and unite."

Reaching Humans

"An upright primate with big ideas start contemplating world domination."

Reaching Farming

"When humans learn to control crops, they finally start to settle down and form permanent settlements."

Reaching Writing

"With writing, thoughts and ideas can now be preserved for generations."

Reaching Government Mints

"Coins facilitate trade and promote the powerful."

Reaching Scientific Revolution

"What seems like magic can be explained by science. Humans can perform miracles, too."

Reaching the Steam Engine

"Steam-powered trains replace horses, and machines start doing the heavy lifting."

Reaching the Industrial Revolution

"Citizens become consumers, and clamour for mass-produced goods."

Reaching the Atomic Bomb

"Mankind has attained the ability to destroy itself."

Reaching the Mind Upload

"The human mind can be saved, copied, uploaded to the cloud. Memories can be inserted and removed. The human body is obsolete, and consciousness can be quantified. What happens to the human spirit if the singularity is achieved?"

Reaching the Self-Assembly

"Machines can build and organize at the atomic level. Humankind can reshape matter, creating the building blocks of life in laboratories. Is the world prepared for this bright future?"

Reaching AI

"The first true artificial intelligences are thinking machines are capable of free will. Who will they serve - humans, or themselves?"

Reaching the Fully Terraformed Environment

"Mars has now been terraformed. Humanity is now a multi-planetary civilization."

Achievements[]

Icon Name Description Requires
Achievement Beginnings Beginnings Prokaryotes have high metabolic and growth rates, leading them to not only be the first true organisms on Earth, but also one of the most prolific. Prokaryotic Cell
Achievement Upward and Onward Upward and Onward As basic creatures develop the ability to swim, they leave the grounding of the ocean floor and are able to explore new worlds - heading towards the surface. Jellyfish
Achievement Out of the Water Out of the Water Escaping the dangers of the sea, the first land-dwellers develop legs and make their way onto solid ground, heralding a new age of evolution. Tetrapod
Achievement If I Had A Hammer If I Had A Hammer Early humans craft axes and hammers out of stone, turning the very rock to their will. Our ability to alter the world around us, to go above and beyond, begins here. Stone Tools
Achievement First Human First Human Originating in Africa, Homo Sapiens replace the earlier species of Homo erectus and begin their great migration to cover the planet. Human
Achievement Terraform Mars Complete Terraform Mars Complete You have successfully terraformed Mars. Humanity now has a second home. Mars will act as a base for future space exploration. Fully Terraformed Environment
Achievement Exploration Hub Exploration Hub Let Semblance take you on a limited-time journey. What worldly secrets are out there to explore? Assist her mission as you find more information to strengthen the simulation. Human

Upgrades[]

The Primary Simulation has 36 upgrades that are not directly related to the generators, many of them granting other useful effects like improved click power.

Entropy Upgrades[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Primary Simulation Home Star Home Star Stars are the power source of the universe. Solar waves pour onto nearby planets and provide energy for millions of years. EntropyEntropy 1 - -
Primary Simulation Planet Earth Planet Earth Earth provides just the right mixture of chemiclas, an abundance of water, and an oxygen-rich atmostphere, creating the ideal environment for developing life. EntropyEntropy 8 - Home Star
Primary Simulation Primordial Soup Primordial Soup On the primeval planet Earth, an atmospheric solution rich in organic compounds set the ideal conditions for the development of life. EntropyEntropy 13 - Planet Earth
Primary Simulation Nucleotides Nucleotides Nucleotides are the chemical compounds that build the foundation for DNA and RNA. EntropyEntropy 40 +1 per Entropy Tap Primordial Soup
Primary Simulation Moon Moon The gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of Earth, turn the tides of the ancient oceans to advance life. EntropyEntropy 240 +4 per Entropy Tap Planet Earth
Primary Simulation Mitosis Mitosis Mitosis is a process ofd asexual reproduction where one cell divies into two identical cells. It occurs only in eukaryotic cells, and enables single-celled organisms to multiply. EntropyEntropy 2,500 +14 per Entropy Tap Prokaryotic Cell
Primary Simulation Solar System Solar System The Sun is the star of our solar system, a gravitational parent to 8 planets and their moons and countless asteroids and comets. Its nuclear energy bathes all the orbiting children in heat and light and a steady solar wind of particles. EntropyEntropy 3,000 +10 per Entropy Tap Moon
Primary Simulation Cytoplasm Cytoplasm Cytoplasm is a gel-like, colorless substance that fills the inside of an eukaryotic cell. It is secured by the cell membrane and all of the organelles float in it. EntropyEntropy 6,750 Unlocks the Daily Mutation Eukaryotic Cell
Primary Simulation The Milky Way The Milky Way The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our solar system. It is estimated to contain up to 400 billion stars. Located in the Orion Arm, our solar system is 27,000 light years from the galactic center: a supermassive black hole named Sagittarius A*. EntropyEntropy 15,000 +100 per Entropy Tap
Unlocks the Celestial Phenomena
Solar System
Primary Simulation Asexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Similar to Mitosis, asexual reproduction is the process by which an entire organism is produced from a single parent. Some types of asexual reproduction are budding, sporification, and parthenogenesis. EntropyEntropy 19,600 +45 per Entropy Tap Mitosis
Primary Simulation Sexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction A long method of cell multiplication involving both meiosis and mitosis. Sexual reproduction combines genetic information from two individuals of different types, or sexes, to create a new organism. EntropyEntropy 45,000 +1% of idle prodction per Entropy Tap Eukaryotic Cell
Asexual Reproduction
Primary Simulation Ozone Layer Ozone Layer The ozone layer in the Earth's stratosphere protects the planet from ultraviolet radiation. Over time, human pollution has damaged this essential barrier. EntropyEntropy 65,000 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Volcano
Primary Simulation Cocoon Cocoon Fertilized eggs are encased in a cocoon within a flatworm's body. The cocoon is released into the oceans waters. The cocoon provides nourishment to the egg, which will develop and later hatch. EntropyEntropy 460,000 +125 per Entropy Tap Flatworm
Sexual Reproduction
Primary Simulation Fish Egg Fish Egg A self-contained life support system designed to help an embryo survive in a wet environment, the egg increases the reproductive rate of fish. Fish eggs are jelly-like and sometimes semi-translucent. EntropyEntropy 3.83e6 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Fish
Cocoon
Primary Simulation Egg Shell Egg Shell An egg is a self-contained life support system filled with amniotic fluid that enables reproduction to be possible outside of wet environments. Reptiles, birds, and a handful of rare mammals lay eggs. EntropyEntropy 8.92e7 +72,000 per Entropy Tap Tetrapod
Fish Egg
Primary Simulation Uterus Uterus The uterus is an organ in which a fetus develops. This part of the mammalian reproductive system is where an egg is fertilized and is gestated until it is ready to be born. Most animals that lay eggs have an oviduct instead of a uterus. EntropyEntropy 5.00e9 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Mammal
Primary Simulation First Idea First Idea The famous philosopher Renee Descartes stated, "I think, therefore I am." The ability to innovate and invent, as well as our self-awareness and introspection, are what many people consider to be the essence of humanity. EntropyEntropy 9.04e11 Unlocks the Idea Generator Australopithecus
Brain of Ape
Primary Simulation Extra Power Extra Power A larger brain, now with more neurons! EntropyEntropy 2.36e12 2.5x per Entropy Tap Homo Habilis
Primary Simulation Insectivore Insectivore When the Cretaceous-Paleogene Extinction Event killed most larger animals and shook up the food chain, insects became a reliable source of sustenance for the proto-mammals and birds. EntropyEntropy 2.45e12 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Reptile
Primary Simulation Human Brain Human Brain Humans have big brain, with a large cerebral cortex and a higher level of plasticity then other mammals. The cognitive capacity of Homo sapiens far outstrips their ancestors and other animals. EntropyEntropy 1.41e13 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Human
Primary Simulation Prehensile Tongues Prehensile Tongues Lizards have long, prehensile tongues that they use for eathing, cleaning themselves, and sensing the environments around them. EntropyEntropy 5.95e17 +1% of idle production per Entropy Tap Tough Skin

Idea Upgrades[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Primary Simulation Abstract Thinking Abstract Thinking Most species rely on instinct, but some have turned their minds towards higher ends. Art, music, spirituality, truth: life is more than just survival. It's also a quest for understanding. IdeasIdeas 1 - First Idea
Primary Simulation Stone Tools Stone Tools Some animals rely on the gifts they've - strength, speed, enduracne - but others learn to invent ways to augment those gifts. IdeasIdeas 15 - Abstract Thinking
Primary Simulation Speech Speech Language is a keystone to our thoughts. The ability to talk allows us to communicate with one another, sharing ideas, knowledge and instructions. IdeasIdeas 138 +1 per Idea Tap Cooking
Primary Simulation Cave Painting Cave Painting The juice of crushed berries and sticks of charcoal create the first drawings on the walls of caves. It's a humble start of the great tradition of human creativity. IdeasIdeas 391 +1 per Idea Tap Hafting
Primary Simulation Plow Plow Agriculture is back-breaking work, but our ingenuity will always find ways to advance. This ox-drawn tool prepares the soil for planting crops, reducing the amount of work farmers need to do by hand. IdeasIdeas 3,680 +3 per Idea Tap Lifestock
Primary Simulation Bone Tools Bone Tools Bones, antlers, horns, tusks, and teeth are plentiful leftovers. These durable materials are crafted into diggers, cutters, scrapers, and even fine needles and fish hooks. IdeasIdeas 5,000 +15% of idle production per Idea Tap Stone Tools
Primary Simulation Alphabet Alphabet Each symbol represents a sound. When they combine, they create words. Writing systems become more efficient than ever with modular alphabets. IdeasIdeas 5,796 +1% of idle production per Idea Tap Paper
Writing
Primary Simulation Beads Beads Beads are the most ancient of all jewelry, made from hollowed-out seeds, clay, and other rudimentary materials. Humans have gained a taste for the decorative and the aesthetic. IdeasIdeas 27,600 +4 per Idea Tap 25 Stone Age
Sculpture
Primary Simulation Printing Press Printing Press Hand-written books take a lot of time and work to make; with the printing press it's done faster than ever. Using movable type, we can instantly reproduce the same page, making as many copies as we need. Ideas can spread faster and further now. IdeasIdeas 115,000 +2% of idle production per Idea Tap Movable Type
Primary Simulation Banking Banking As globe markets grow via international trade, humans develop the need for institutions to regulate money and how it is handeled. IdeasIdeas 207,000 +250 per Idea Tap Age of Discovery
Primary Simulation Calculus Calculus The mathematical study of continuous change. We learn how to calculate rates of change and are propelled into further discoveries about science, engineering, and economics. IdeasIdeas 575,000 +555 per Idea Tap Scientific Revolution
Primary Simulation Newspaper Newspaper Extra, extra! The newspaper tells stories about what is happening around the world: sports, current events, politics, and much more! All this and more in the next edition of the Evolution Times! IdeasIdeas 1.15e7 +2% of idle production per Idea Tap 25 Middle Ages
Printing Press
Primary Simulation Telephone Telephone No need to write a letter. Now we can ring up our friends, family, coworkers (and enemies), and speak with them directly, whether they be in our neighborhoods or miles far away. IdeasIdeas 3.83e7 +1% of idle production per Idea Tap Morse Code
Primary Simulation E-Mail E-Mail Using the internet and the information superhighway, we can now send electronic messages from computer to computer. Snail mail no more! IdeasIdeas 1.84e11 +1% of idle production per Idea Tap Arpanet
Primary Simulation Mind Upload Mind Upload A mind can be saved, copied, pasted. Memories can be inserted, removed, created. Consciousness has been quantified. IdeasIdeas 6.38e11 - Bio-Tech
Primary Simulation Self-Assembly Self-Assembly Spontaneous organization at the atomic level. Humankind now directs the power to reshape matter, from perfect materials to nanoviruses designed in research laboratories. IdeasIdeas 8.11e11 - Nanotech
Primary Simulation Crypto Currency Crypto Currency Digital, alternative currency decentralized from traditional banking structures. IdeasIdeas 1.03e12 +33500 per Idea Tap Emergent Age
Primary Simulation AI AI True artificial intelligence has been achieved. A thinking machine with a hint of free will. Beyond the intelligence of animals, smarter than humans. Who will they serve and what do they desire? IdeasIdeas 1.72e12 - Machine Learning

Generators[]

The Primary Simulation features 50 generators which produce the two currencies Entropy EntropyEntropy and Ideas IdeasIdeas.

Entropy[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Primary Simulation Amino Acid Amino Acid Atoms and molecules bond together to create amino acids, organic compounds that combine to build proteins. They are some of the most essential building blocks for life. EntropyEntropy 20 EntropyEntropy 0.05/sec Primordial Soup
Primary Simulation DNA DNA A molecule with the unique property of self-replication, DNA's infinite configurations form the foundation of all evolutionary changes. It contains the genetic instructions for all life on Earth. EntropyEntropy 100 EntropyEntropy 0.25/sec Nucleotides
Primary Simulation Prokaryotic Cell Prokaryotic Cell The first living organism. These tiny uni-cellular organisms lacked a membrane-wrapped nucleus, but paved the way for the rest of life to begin. EntropyEntropy 600 EntropyEntropy 2/sec DNA
Protein
Primary Simulation Eukaryotic Cell Eukaryotic Cell The prokaryotic cell's more complex cousin, eukaryotic cells have a nucleus to store genetic information. Fungi, plants, animals, and protozoa are all built of eukaryotic cells. EntropyEntropy 3,000 EntropyEntropy 5/sec Mitochondria
Nucleus
Primary Simulation Sponge Sponge The world's first multi-cellular organism, sponges are stationary filter feeders. They are a product of multiple eukaryotic cells coming together. EntropyEntropy 10,000 EntropyEntropy 20/sec Tissue
Filter Feeding
Primary Simulation Jellyfish Jellyfish Jellyfish are softbodied, free-swimming aquatic animals with a gelatinous, umbrella-shaped body and long floating tentacles. They can propel themselves through water by pulsing their body. EntropyEntropy 40,000 EntropyEntropy 50/sec Sponge
Primary Simulation Flatworm Flatworm The flatworm is the first organism with bilateral symmetry, which enables the beginnings of the brain and internal organs. These simple creatures set the stage for vertebrates to come. EntropyEntropy 200,000 EntropyEntropy 200/sec
Unlocks the Mysterious Rock
Jellyfish
Primary Simulation Fish Fish With fins to maneuver the ancient seas, fish evolved from the less agile invertebrates and rapidly diversified to take control of the oceans. EntropyEntropy 1.95e6 EntropyEntropy 3,333/sec Bilateral Symmetry
Vertebrate
Primary Simulation Tetrapod Tetrapod The original colonizers, tetrapods were the first water dwellers to develop legs and amphibious breathing and to crawl onto dry land. EntropyEntropy 1.59e7 EntropyEntropy 54,383/sec Lungfish
Cold Blooded
Primary Simulation Mammal Mammal The first vertebrates with warm blood, mammals nurse their young with milk from mammary glands, have skin covered in fur or hair, and have larger brains that possess a neocortex. EntropyEntropy 3.58e8 EntropyEntropy 550,000/sec Egg Shell
Warm Blooded
Primary Simulation Ape Ape An advancement in primate evolution, the apes of the Hominidae family are ancestors of the modern human's earliest ancestors. Divergent branches of evolution created both humans and the modern great apes. EntropyEntropy 1.12e10 EntropyEntropy 3.75e6/sec Mammal Brain
Primate
Primary Simulation Human Human Humans are Earth's dominant species. The product of millions of years of evolution, humans were the first animals to create advanced cultures, societies, and technologies. EntropyEntropy 8.87e12 EntropyEntropy 1.07e8/sec Homo Erectus

Ideas[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Primary Simulation Stone Age Stone Age The first modern humans walk the Earth, and change the world around them - creating tools, raising animals, building communities. Soon we will learn that nothing can stop human progress. IdeasIdeas 46 IdeasIdeas 0.2/sec Stone Tools
Primary Simulation Neolithic Neolithic In the time before the invention of metalurgy, humans move from hunting and gathering to farming, and the first villages began to form. IdeasIdeas 460 IdeasIdeas 2/sec Human
Burial
Speech
Hafting
Primary Simulation Bronze Age Bronze Age Following the Neolithic Age, the Bronze Age is marked by the increase in (what else?) the use of smelted bronze. During this period some civilizations developed early systems of writing, centralized governments, organized warfare, medicine, and religion. IdeasIdeas 2,070 IdeasIdeas 1/sec Writing
Metalurgy
Primary Simulation Iron Age Iron Age The ability to create tools and weapons made of iron—an abundant ore that's easily smelted—makes bronze obsolete. Elaborate craftmanship, proto-urban societies, and nominally fortified cities begin to emerge. IdeasIdeas 10,400 IdeasIdeas 2.5/sec Zero
Iron
Alphabet
Primary Simulation Middle Ages Middle Ages The Middle Ages are a vast period of history that lasted from the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century to the fall of Constantinople in the 15th century. It was characterized in Europe by mass migration, population decline, and political instability. IdeasIdeas 34,500 IdeasIdeas 10/sec Government
Military
Primary Simulation Age of Discovery Age of Discovery Mankind tests the boundaries of their known world, exploring over land and sea. This ushers in an ero of global trade, colonialism, sharad culture, and communicable disease. IdeasIdeas 207,000 IdeasIdeas 25/sec Printing Press
Paper Money
Organized Religion
Primary Simulation Scientific Revolution Scientific Revolution As the European Renaissance came to a close, new ideas about math, biology, chemistry, physics, and astronomy changed the way we thought about the world. With the emergence of modern science, human's intellectual progress as a species gets a sudden boost of speed. IdeasIdeas 863,000 IdeasIdeas 395.5/sec Astrolabe
Banking
Caravel
Primary Simulation Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution The scientific processes we began to understand during the Scientific Revolution give way to unbelievable progress - now, machines work for us in massive factories, while steam power propels us across the globe. IdeasIdeas 5.75 E6 IdeasIdeas 2,395/sec 3 Laws of Motion
Steam Engine
Primary Simulation Atomic Age Atomic Age Humans have split the atom, and unleashed a new kind of power on the world. Not the last age - so long you're careful. IdeasIdeas 4.26 E8 IdeasIdeas 177,500/sec Telephone
Factory
Primary Simulation Information Age Information Age The age you're in right now! Also known as the Computer Age or the Digital Age. IdeasIdeas 1.38 E10 IdeasIdeas 5.75 E6/sec Computer
Atomic Bomb
Primary Simulation Emergent Age Emergent Age A new era in the history of mankind, the Emergent Age is a time where new advances in technology lead us to question what it means to be human, and the boundaries between people and technology. IdeasIdeas 2.58 E11 IdeasIdeas 1.08 E8/sec Internet
Primary Simulation Rover Rover Human-made machines are the first explorers on the surface of Mars. IdeasIdeas 1.23 E13 IdeasIdeas 9.45 E7/sec Drones
Space Shuttle
Space Station
Primary Simulation Singularity Singularity Technological growth has become uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in unforeseeable changes to human civilization. IdeasIdeas 1.47 E13 IdeasIdeas 1.53 E9/sec AI
Self-Assembly
Mind Upload
Primary Simulation Human Expedition Human Expedition For the first time, humans travel to another planet. We are now officially an interplanetary species. IdeasIdeas 9.25 E17 IdeasIdeas 1.89 E18 Cargo Missions
Interplanetary Spaceflight
Solar Power
Primary Simulation Martian Settlement Martian Settlement We are no longer just explorers - now we are colonists. IdeasIdeas 1.06 E22 IdeasIdeas 2.16 E22/sec Biodome
Resource Extraction Equipment
Cyanobacteria
Primary Simulation Martian Factory Martian Factory The human settlements on Mars begin to become self-sufficient. Now that we can reap the benefits of Mars' natural resources, we start to create the new Martian economy. IdeasIdeas 4.76 E24 IdeasIdeas 9.71 E24/sec Fertilizer Production
Ore Refinement
Primary Simulation Martian City Martian City The colonists of Mars work, and play, and live in the world that they have created. This once-hostile planet is now home. IdeasIdeas 4.40 E27 IdeasIdeas 8.98 E27/sec Renewable Energy
Commercial Spaceflight
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