While the images could be fairly primitive compared to the current video games (Darwin Pond was released for the Computer way back in 1997), the notion is very exceptional and simulation smooth enough without the glitches. The way you zoom in endure, consume food and to watch animals move appears like zooming, more in from a microscope.
Darwin Pond was developed a number of geeks as well as by Jeffery Ventrella at the now defunct Rocket Science Games Inc. It later changed into a product and was created as a project to research synthetic existence. Today it's available free in an upgraded variant with smoother, better images and two variations: Straightforward with nominal PC conditions. The upgraded one is a trial version and therefore I'd recommend downloading the simple version that's completely free and not incomplete without any limits.
This interesting avoider game models the existence of the tiny one celled patient and enables you to command it to help live the brutal, virus plagued environment. You would have to transfer the amoeba by gathering glucose tissues and averting any green viruses that keep you from consuming meals sources.