The Cells to Singularity iOS version will be arriving on August 29, 2019. While this free-to-play game that's all about evolution has been doing quite well on PC and Android, developer Computer Lunch is keen on bringing it to the rest of the mobile market. What's more, a Cells to Singularity Dinosaur Patch will be coming a few weeks after that.
If you're a fan of clicker games, Cells to Singularity - Evolution Never Ends is something that's certainly worth checking out. This free-to-play title has players guiding life through all of its stages, starting at the primordial soup and ending with humanity becoming part of the singularity. Billed as "The most accurate human evolution game on Earth!", it puts an educational spin on the clicker genre while also being a heck of a lot of fun.
I spoke with developer Computer Lunch at Play NYC 2019 and they were quite happy to tell me that the Cells to Singularity iOS version will be arriving on August 29, 2019. Much like the Android and PC versions, this will be a free-to-play experience. Players will be able to purchase premium currency to speed things up rather than waiting to earn it in-game.
That's not all that's in store for the future, though! The Cells to Singularity dinosaur patch will be coming roughly four weeks after the iOS version of the game launches. Unsurprisingly, this update will expand the early eras of the game with dinosaurs and add some new mechanics. And yes, there are raptors!
You can play the beta of the Cells to Singularity Dinosaur patch on the game's official website and read the latest patch notes here. Do bear in mind that it might not run that great for users on certain browsers. If you'd like to play this game for yourself, you can do so on Steam, the game's official website, or via Google Play. You can get an idea of what the game is like by watching this gameplay video below.
What do you think of the Cells to Singularity Dinosaur patch? Will you be trying the Cells to Singularity Dinosaur beta? Let us know in the comments below, and check out what else we saw at Play NYC by going to our Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub.