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General : AGC: Galaxylife Interview

Posted Sep 13, 2006 by Dana Massey

We continue to stream in the AGC interviews with Aaron Roxby's chat with Tim Greenhalgh, the Chief Executive building Galaxylife.

Once you have chosen your avatar, each player is issued their own planet. You can choose what type of planet you would like, be it an arid, rocky wasteland, a lush jungle or one of many other options. Once you have created your planet, you can begin customizing it. Each planet will have a fully realized ecosystem, including wildlife, plant life, precious metals and other resources. You can construct buildings, build up entire cities and exploit the local ecosystem for resources that can be used to build items. Your interactions with the world will be reflected in the planet’s appearance. So if, for example, you have a planet that is rich in iron, you can mine that iron, but over-mining may cause the planet’s environment to change, becoming harsh and barren. The animals on the world react to each other as well, with predators actively hunting herds of herbivores. Wild animals on the planet may be tamed and turned into pets, if you purchase a special “zoo” structure. Players can then set up a farm to grow crops to feed their pets. The pets do not need to eat, but feeding them will allow them to learn new tricks.

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