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"The only constant thing in this universe is change."

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Posted by SeethingSwarm - April 19th, 2015


Snap Traps are some of the many different plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again". They are aggressive, carnivorous plants. They grow mostly in the midst of Mimosa Bubbles; plants that respond to external stimuli like touch and motion by lighting up with colour and bobbing around like jelly. Snap Traps hide amidst these plants in the ground. When a creature or anything that disturbs the Mimosa Bubbles comes along, Snap Traps feel this motion and quickly rise up out of the ground. They bite at any moving thing nearby in an attempt to devour them.

Snap Traps


Posted by SeethingSwarm - April 6th, 2015


Giant Shaggy Ink Caps are some of the many different plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again". They are fungi that emit clouds of black, noxious, smoke-like spores, much like their smaller Puffball cousins. A creature that comes in contact with the spore cloud loses health. These Ink Caps are inedible due to their poison and their tendency to burst when chewed or damaged enough, releasing poisonous gas.

Giant Shaggy Ink Caps


Posted by SeethingSwarm - March 24th, 2015


The Healing Plant, like most flowers in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again", has three main stages. It can have a flower which needs to be pollinated by a butterfly in order to become an unripe healing fruit, then eventually a ripe healing fruit. Once the fruit is eaten, destroyed or becomes rotten, the plant reverts back to its flower state.

The Healing Plant’s fruit restores a substantial amount of health and a fair amount of hunger, depending on wether you're eating the unripe fruit or the ripe fruit.

Healing Plant


Posted by SeethingSwarm - February 25th, 2015


These blue pods are called Seed Spitters. They release spiked, bloated shells into the air that swell up and explode when they bump into something or after a certain amount of time, damaging any creature they touch. This is another one of many plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again" :)

Seed Spitters


Posted by SeethingSwarm - February 14th, 2015


These purple trees are chopped down for wood by humanoid creatures like Tuyaos, Yuvustus and Hushin. They use the wood to craft things like campfires, weapons and other items. This is another one of many plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again" :)

Purple Trees: crafting material


Posted by SeethingSwarm - February 6th, 2015


Black Pods are poisonous plants and are triggered by touch or motion. They swell up and then explode, spreading their poisonous seed into the air and harming any creature that touches it unless they are immune to poison like Lurkers. This is another one of many plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again" :)

Black Pods


Posted by SeethingSwarm - February 5th, 2015


The Mottlecah is a eucalyptus with a delicious flower fruit hidden underneath a hard, protective shell. Once the fruit completely matures, the shell bursts open and reveals a pink fruit that restores a fair amount of health and hunger. Often creatures just break the shell open and eat the Mottlecah fruit before it has time to hatch. This is another one of many plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again" :)

Mottlecah Fruit


Posted by SeethingSwarm - February 2nd, 2015


Puffballs are fungi that emit clouds of brown, noxious, dust-like spores. A creature that comes in contact with the spore cloud loses health. Puffballs are inedible, as they are tough, woody mushrooms. Another plant in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again".

Puffballs


Posted by SeethingSwarm - January 4th, 2015


The Sting plant’s flower is a favourite food source for Jellyfish. They help to pollinate these flowers and spread their seed. Like most flowers in this game, the Sting plant has three main stages. It can have a flower which needs to be pollinated in order to become an unripe fruit, then eventually a ripe fruit. Once the fruit is eaten, destroyed or becomes rotten, the plant reverts back to its flower state. The Sting plant’s fruit is delicious and most creatures gain a tiny bit of health from it and their hunger is reduced by a fair amount, depending on whether they’re eating the unripe fruit or the ripe fruit.

Whenever a creature other than a jellyfish attempts to feed on the Sting plant’s flower, it discharges an acidic substance that burns, stings and damages the target creature. The Jellyfish and the Sting plant has a strong symbiotic relationship.

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Posted by SeethingSwarm - December 3rd, 2014


This Pitcher plant is one of many plants in my upcoming game "Enter The Flesh Again". It is carnivorous and has a prey-trapping mechanism triggered by movement. Smaller creatures are attracted to its cupped leaf and whenever one passes by close enough, the plant becomes irritated by tiny hairs running along its strong, rubbery surface which makes it stretch open and envelope its prey whole. If creatures aren’t fast or strong enough to escape, they either suffocate to death, or die by being digested alive through enzymes secreted by the plant itself.

The Pitcher Plant