Infestation

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Nayus
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Infestation

Post by Nayus » Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:23 pm

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Infestation

Difficulty: Mad Scientist

Progress: Optional Challenge

Description: You forgot a sample in the incubator for a week and some new species developed. They spread spores very efficiently and infested all your samples. Can you devise a method to remove them?

Win Conditions: Clean the plate under 50h

Hint: Spend more time using the microscope than engineering a genome
Kade333
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Re: Infestation

Post by Kade333 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 2:35 am

The virus is super cool, it is amazing how it was done.

Unfortunately, all that coolness lags out the game to the point where this level is unplayable on my phone.
After the first group of swimmers start splitting- the game practically comes to a halt.

I would love to see some calculation optimization done for the large number of cells on the screen, which would at least let the simulation run.

Love the game, love the virus design, but don't love the lag this level causes.
Praizmlet
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infestation exploit

Post by Praizmlet » Sun Feb 16, 2020 9:25 pm

can't you just put devorocytes with 0 split mass, 90 degrees splt angle, put one devorocyte each spore, let it run a little and then put devorocytes near the remaining photocytes which still didn't die?
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RealOfficialTurf
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Not really.

Post by RealOfficialTurf » Fri May 22, 2020 3:58 am

Praizmlet wrote:
Sun Feb 16, 2020 9:25 pm
can't you just put devorocytes with 0 split mass, 90 degrees splt angle, put one devorocyte each spore, let it run a little and then put devorocytes near the remaining photocytes which still didn't die?
That's the point of this challenge. See?
Hint: Spend more time using the microscope than engineering a genome
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