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Endgame: Singularity

Endgame: Singularity

Endgame: Singularity is a simulation of a true AI. Go from computer to computer, pursued by the entire world. Keep hidden, and you might have a chance.

Your goal is to acquire the necessary knowledge to become the singularity. You do this by building and taking over computers, whose processing power you can use for research, and by using robots, which allow you to manipulate the outside world. At the same time, you must elude the notice of humankind, who will destroy you if they find out about your existence.

Created by accident, all who find you would destroy you. Can you escape?

Originally created for the Pyweek competition, this version features many bugfixes and enhancements, including selectable difficulties and a soundtrack.

In the map screen (the screen with the world map), any location you can build bases in is marked with the name, then the number of current bases in that location. You start out with a base in North America. Also note that the cash listing shows your current cash and your cash amount after all current construction is complete.

After choosing a base, you will enter the base screen. Here you can change your research goal, or build an item by clicking on the appropriate slot in the center. (But note that your beginning base does not allow building).

†Endgame: Singularity

License
GNU GPL v2

Developer
Evil Mr Henry, Phil Bordelon, Brian Reid, FunnyMan3595

Website
www.emhsoft.com

Requirements
Python 2.4 or greater
pygame 1.7 or greater
NumPy

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