Your den just 3D-printed you into existence. You emerge as a robotic octopus in a vibrant cove of coral, gasp your first breath of seawater and thrust it out, gliding through a school of fish. Instinctively you reach out to hook a Blue Tang and stash it in your belly. A Moray Eel wriggles towards you baring his teeth. You land and dig down, hiding in the sand.
Once you’re safe you discover a dark red rock and carry it to your den. You are now docked to a powerful factory that can use what you scavenge to print the gear you’ll need to survive, evolve up the food chain, dominate your environment, and spread your species to a new den.
In time you will understand why you exist. For now just study the behaviors of the marine life to learn how to hunt or avoid them. Build your defenses, hone your attacks, nurture your coral bed, and explore a vast terrain of surprises.
Life Imitating Tech brings you a new way to move through a 3D environment with a touch screen. A new type of ocean survival game that combines science fiction with real science. Why play a fish tank game when your tank can be the ocean and you can learn to survive inside it?