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Lifeforms diversity
Increasing variety of life in SE Universe. Now these types of worlds can be inhabited:
  • Terra (organic life on the surface or in the oceans)
  • Oceania (organic life in the ocean)
  • Desert (organic life on the surface)
  • Ice world (organic life in the ocean under the ice crust)
  • Titan (methane-based life on the surface or in the hydrocarbons oceans)
  • Titan (organic life in the ocean under the ice crust)
  • Gas giant (organic floating life forms)
  • Gas giant (methane-based floating life forms)

    Lifeforms are also classifyed as unicellular and multicellular, located in the ocean, on the ground or in the air. Screenshots:

    Terra with life (nothing new smile ):



    Desert with life:



    Ice world with complex multicellular life in the ocean under ice crust:



    Titan with primitive methane-based life:



    Titan with methane-based life on its surface, and independent organic life in its under-ice ocean:



    Gas giants may have life too (remember Carl Sagan's floaters? smile ):

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