Creatures 3 DS Mall Breeds Norngarden 2 The Game ~UPD~
Creatures Wiki pageEmzie's Tasty CreaturesApple nornNorn Y ( _0_y male ... _4_y female)Creatures Wiki pageDirect linkDirect link (patch)AquanornEttin K ( _2_k male ... _6_k female)Creatures Wiki pageNorngarden websiteBreed StorageAstro nornNorn M ( _0_m male ... _4_m female )Official breed. Originally Creature Mall breed.Creatures Wiki pageGameware EuropeAtavist ettinEttin D ( _2_d male ... _6_d female )Creatures Wiki pageWyvern's Lodge(C12DS) Banana nornGeat K ( _3_k male ... _7_k female)Creatures Wiki pagePart of C12DSDiagonalFish archiveBanshee grendelGrendel B ( _1_b male ... _5_b female )Official breed. Originally Creature Mall breed w/ unique genome + pack. Somewhat pivotal to game lore.Creatures Wiki pageThis is technically a paid breed that is no longer available ... but ask around.Beastaur nornNorn T ( _0_t male ... _4_t female )Only the 'beast' half of this breed has new sprites (the legs and tail are modified); the norn half can be substituted in from other breeds.Creatures Wiki pageCreatures CavesBengals des NeigesEttin O ( _2_o male ... _6_ o female )Alternately 'snow bengals'.There is a mod that changes the head sprites to havesome color on them.There is a v1 version of this with slightly different sprites; I haven't been able to track it down or find it in my archives.Creatures Wiki pageCreatures Caves v2C3DS Archives v2Bengal nornNorn B ( _0_b male ... _4_b female )Official breed. Comes with C3. Patch 2 adds an 'expressive' variant; the original genomes rarely moved their face much.Creatures Wiki pageGet Creatures 3. Try GOG or eBay.Bengal WingiesEttin B ( _2_b male ... _6_b female )
Creatures 3 DS Mall Breeds Norngarden 2 the game
A mod (short for "modification") is an alteration by players or fans of a video game that changes some aspects or one aspect of a video game, such as how it looks or behaves. Mods may range from small changes and tweaks to complete overhauls and can extend the replay value and interest of the game. While the term "modding" is largely unused in the Creatures Community, the games have always been open to modification by players, and Steve Grand made design decisions for the original Creatures that would enable modding. Instead of "modding", historically, other, usually more specific terms have been used, such as developing, cobbling, agenteering, gengineering, etc.
An add-on or addon is a typically small mod which adds to the original content of a specific game. In most cases, an add-on will add one particular element to a game, such as a COB or agent. This can be accomplished without changing any of the original game's existing content. Many games are flexible and allow this; however, that is not always the case.
Some add-ons occasionally have to replace in-game content, due to the nature of a peculiar game engine. It may be the case, for example, that in a game that does not give a player the option to choose their character, modders wishing to add another player model will simply have to overwrite the old one, such as the Left Hand for Creatures 2. Another example of overwriting is in breed slots for varieties of creatures, which was limited to 9 slots per species in Creatures 1, and 26 in later games. The unofficial Lilac Bengal Norns initially used a breed slot that the official Siamese Norns were released into.
A wider trend in video game modding is to create mods that make the games harder. While norn torture rehabilitation could arguably be part of this trend within the Creatures Community, the use of metarooms like NornGarden 1 or the True WarmBlood genome have been recognised to up the challenges involved in caring for creatures.
Doom (1993) was the first game to have a large modding community, and not long after Creatures 1's release, fans began to mod the game to add new objects and to alter the digital DNA of the creatures to add new appearances, such as the red-green American Cardinal Norns, give new instincts to creatures such as Ripley, improve antibody genes, and increase the efficacy of the cough medicine.
Mod-making tools are a variety of construction sets for creating mods for a game. Early mod-making tools included hex editors, which were used to alter the digital DNA of creatures, and to lay the foundations for the new background of Terra Nornia. Creatures fans created Unofficial Tools which allowed them to change aspects of the game.
For cross-platform games, mods written for the Windows version have not always been compatible with the Mac OS X and/or Linux ports of the game. In large part, this is due to the publisher's concern with prioritizing the porting of the primary game itself, when allocating resources for fixing the porting of mod-specific functions may not be cost-effective for the smaller market share of alternate platforms. Macintosh port of Creatures 1 details the functionality of addons for that game, and MacGee's Creatures was a prominent fansite devoted to the Mac port of C1.
While care was taken in the early stages of creating CAOS to avoid malicious code being spread by items, some 'joke' items have been created, such as torture devices to assist in norn torture. Even as early as 1998, modding was seen as a 'more advanced skill' in terms of gameplay. As the community's collective knowledge of CAOS and creatures becomes greater, there has been a trend to make sure items give correct stimuli, and avoid giving too much nutrition per bite of food, to avoid confusing creatures. The Creatures Development Standards is a push to create consistency in C3/DS mods that affect creatures.
A DS compatible breed that has bright colors. When first hatched, a window pops up saying "What is the name of your c3/ds related website?" Underneath there is a message box where you type and a next button. It has a multiple check box that asks what you have on your site such as adoptions, breeds, genetic breeds, creatures related forum, norn torture, breed list, agents, stories. They can't breed and are immortal so that they don't die AND so that you don't have too many advert norns running around. They have a a brightly colored chichi appearance.
Creatures are far more personalized in this game. There are actually thousands of genes, each that control a very small part of a creature, but each that work together as a whole. Now, editing these thousands of genes would seem a little daunting to a person brand new at this whole genetics thing, which is why I think that making something that represents a block of genes that can be edited as one. It would look similar to how the old genes looked in previous games. Then, if you really wanted to get into genetics, you could switch over to another tab and start editing the actual genes.
As far as I can understand, the ex-mall breeds (astro, siamese, harlequin, zebra and fallow) would now be free to use in recolors and as bases, correct? I would really like to see this. Perhaps some different cat-like breeds based off siamese (burmese, abyssinian) or yellow astro-based norns with cheeta/leopard spots instead of stars. (Keeping the hair!) I am not expecting anything any time soon, especially as many of our wonderful breed makers seem busy.. but I'm not even sure if people have thought about this so I thought I'd mention it.. it would be legit right? --Ylukyun 02:36, August 1, 2010 (UTC) 350c69d7ab