A particle simulator that uses a graphics card as a supercomputer to calculate physics. The more powerful the graphics card, the greater the gameplay!
## About This Game
A particle simulator that uses a graphics card as a supercomputer to calculate
The more powerful the graphics card, the greater the gameplay!
The building block of all worlds is an atom. Atoms can have links, thus
producing spatial structures.
The physical properties of materials can vary over a wide range, allowing the
simulation of gases, liquids, soft and solid bodies, various chemical
processes and states of matter.
Perhaps even creating a virtual life!
For example, the “Protobiome” simulation is a living virtual world with light,
water, earth, growing plants and dwelling creatures, guided by evolutionary
The game is in the deep Early Access state. It may be unstable. It may also
completely fail to run on your system.
The game had initially been developed for NVIDIA cards. Therefore, the project
works most optimally and efficiently on modern NVIDIA GPUs using CUDA.
However, I’m willing to support the widest possible range of gaming systems.
This is why the game also has an OpenCL port, so it can run on most AMD
graphics cards as well.
It is really important that you have a recent version of the video driver
installed. In case of problems running the game, first of all, please, try to
update the video card driver!
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND to try the free demo version of the game before buying the
Early Access version. This will let you make sure the game works well on your
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||Core i3||Core i5|
|RAM||2 GB RAM||4 GB RAM|
|OS||Windows 7||Windows 10|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA/AMD with OpenCL 1.2 support, 1+ GB VRAM||NVIDIA GPU with CUDA support, 4+ GB VRAM|
|HDD Space||1 GB available space||1 GB available space|