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Creatures 3
Developer(s) Creature Labs
Publisher(s) Mindscape, Linux Game Publishing (Linux version)
Platform(s) Linux, Windows
Release date(s) November 4, 1999

Creatures 3 is the third game in the Creatures a-life game series made by Creature Labs. In this installment, the Shee have left Albia in a spaceship, the Shee Ark, to search for a more spherical world. The Ark was abandoned by the Shee because a meteor hit the ship, but the infrastructure still remains in working order.

There are 6 main "metarooms" on the ship; the Norn Terranium, Grendel Jungle, Ettin Desert, Marine area, Bridge, and Engineering Room. The Norn Terranium is where you can safely hatch and raise your norns. The Grendel Jungle is where the Grendel mother (egg-layer) is, and it is well suited for Grendels. The Ettin Desert is where the Ettin mother is; it is a dry, harsh environment for all creatures. The Bridge is where you will find the most gadgets, and also the most Ettins. The Engineering Room is where the Agent Creator is, with which you can create objects for your world.

Grendels are now vicious, unlike the original Creatures Grendels; these Grendels enjoy hunting down, and then killing norns. The Ettins, which first appeared in Creatures 2, love gathering gadgets and taking them back to the Ettin Desert.

Creatures 3 is free on the Spanish Playstation Network.

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Creatures 3
Box artwork for Creatures 3.
Developer(s) Creature Labs
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Simulation
System(s) Linux, Windows
Mode(s) Single player
Preceded by Creatures 2
Followed by Creatures Adventures
This section is a stub. Help us expand it, and you get a cookie.

This guide is for version 1.2 of Creatures 3. If you do not have version 1.2, you can still get the patch, courtesy of Gameware.

Also, much of the information is relevant for the free Docking Station add-on, so it is also covered here. Be warned that much of the material is specific to Creatures 3, but there is much information that pertains to Docking Station.

Note: You can of course download lots of free (and buy some non-free) unofficial add-ons for Creatures 3 and Docking Station. This guide does not cover them.

Docking Station

Docking Station is an official, free online Creatures game which can optionally interface with Creatures 3. You can download it from Gameware.

Note: A section title with "(C3)" at the end pertains to Creatures 3, and a section title with "(DS)" pertains to Docking Station. If the section title has neither of these at the end, it's general information which can probably be applied no matter which game you're playing.

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Creatures 3

Developer(s) Creature Labs
Publisher(s) Mindscape, Linux Game Publishing (Linux version)
Release date November 4, 1999 (NA)
Genre Life simulation
Age rating(s)
Platform(s) PC (Windows, Linux)
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Creatures 3 is an artificial life simulation.

A free of charge add-on to Creatures 3 was released via the internet called Docking Station

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