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Hi Dear Scientists,
I am currently doing research for a personal project I have in mind for a video game. I am an artist that wants to bring the concepts of the growth, mutation, and death of cells to a video game.
I figure since you guys are savvy on the subject, maybe could help me shine some light on this subjects. Iím particularly interested on names, types and their interactions with others. How they attack, eat, survive etc.
I know this is very broad scenario, but I want to see if any of micro organism are of interest to you guys, and can share some info about their behavior with others. The idea here is that I want to create a videogame base on the life and survival of these micro organisms. I'm at the brainstorming phase for this project, but I would love your guys input.
I donít want to base my concepts on pure speculation, and misinformed the players, about the topic. Any help, or direction will be appreciated.
Thanks in Advance!
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