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Spore (2008 Video Game) - Reception - Scientific Accuracy
... player-driven evolution mechanism differs from real world evolution in some key ways The different species that appear in Spore each have different ancestors, not shared ones, and the player's creature's "evolutionary ... In real world evolution, there are many possible evolutionary pathways and there is no endpoint except extinction ... In the real world, an organism's environment shapes its evolution by allowing some individuals to reproduce more and causing other individuals to die ...
Semantic Data Model - Overview
... The real world, in terms of resources, ideas, events, etc ... abstraction which defines how the stored symbols relate to the real world ... the model must be a true representation of the real world ...
List Of Persona 4 Characters - Non-player Characters - Marie
... After Yu and his friends defeat Ameno-sagiri, she vanishes from the real world if the player does not find her after too long, she will erased from everyone's memories ... as the only portal to the Hollow Forest, Marie's TV World dungeon ... Margaret explains the situation to them Marie has entered the TV World of her own free will, and that she is going to erase her existence to save the human world ...
List Of Alternate Reality Games
... reality game (ARG) is an interactive narrative that uses the real world as a platform, often involving multiple media and game elements, to tell a story that may be affected by participants' ideas or ... I Love Bees 42 ... Entertainment An AI from the Halo 2 universe is stranded in our world and needs help ... Real world missions in cemeteries ...
Real World - Other
... The Real World?, a play by Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay Real World (novel), a 2008 novel by Japanese author Natsuo Kirino ...

Famous quotes containing the words real world, world and/or real:

    I think it’s the real world. The people we’re writing about in professional sports, they’re suffering and living and dying and loving and trying to make their way through life just as the brick layers and politicians are.
    Walter Wellesley (Red)

    They make a great ado nowadays about hard times; but I think that ... this general failure, both private and public, is rather occasion for rejoicing, as reminding us whom we have at the helm,—that justice is always done. If our merchants did not most of them fail, and the banks too, my faith in the old laws of the world would be staggered.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The modern American tourist now fills his experience with pseudo-events. He has come to expect both more strangeness and more familiarity than the world naturally offers. He has come to believe that he can have a lifetime of adventure in two weeks and all the thrills of risking his life without any real risk at all.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)