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MICROBE_STAGE_HELP_MESSAGE_12 Be wary because your competitors are evolving alongside you. Every time you enter the editor they evolve as well.
MICROBE_EDITOR_HELP_MESSAGE_3 Membrane Bound Organelles

Nucleus: Takes up 11 hexes and allows for evolution of membrane bound organelles, and also doubles your cell's size (can only be evolved once)

Mitochondrion: Produces ATP out of glucose and atmospheric O2 much more efficiently than cytoplasm

Chloroplast: Makes glucose out of sunlight and atmospheric CO2

Chemoplast: Makes glucose out of Hydrogen Sulfide

Nitrogen Fixing Plastid: Makes ammonia from ATP and atmospheric Nitrogen and Oxygen

Vacuole: Stores 15 collected compounds

Toxin Vacuoles: Produces toxins (called OxyToxy NT)
MICROBE_EDITOR_HELP_MESSAGE_4 Each generation, you have 100 mutation points (MP) to spend, and each change (or mutation) will cost a certain amount of that MP. Adding and removing organelles costs MP. However, removing organelles that were placed in the current mutation session refunds MP for that organelle. You can move or completely remove an organelle by right-clicking on it and selecting the appropriate action from the pop-up menu. You can rotate your organelles while placing them with A and D.
MICROBE_EDITOR_HELP_MESSAGE_5 Every time you reproduce, you will enter the Microbe Editor, where you can make changes to your species (by adding, moving, or removing organelles) to increase your species' success. Each visit to the editor in the Microbe Stage represents 100 million years of evolution.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_1 Fun Fact: the Didinium and Paramecium are a textbook example of a predator-prey relationship that has been studied for decades. Now, are you the Didinium or the Paramecium? Predator or Prey?
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_4 Fun Fact, In real life prokaryotes have something called Biocompartments which act like organelles, and are in fact called Polyhedral organelles.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_5 Fun Fact, The metabolosome is what is called a Polyhedral organelle.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_8 Here's a tip, bacteria can be stronger than they appear, they may look small, but some of them can burrow into you and kill you that way!
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_9 Here's a tip, You can hunt other species to extinction if you aren't careful enough. Other species can do it as well.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_11 Smeltal the meltal.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_12 Those blue cells though.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_16 Here's a tip, prepare before adding a nucleus. Those things are expensive! In upkeep and up front cost.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_18 Fun Fact, The Stentor is a ciliate that can stretch itself and catch prey in a kind of trumpet like mouth that draws prey in by generating water currents with cilia.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_20 Fun Fact, The Amoeba hunts and catches prey with 'legs' made of cytoplasm called pseudopods, we want to eventually have those in Thrive.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_21 Here's a tip, Watch out for larger cells and large bacteria, it's not fun to be digested, and they will eat you.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_22 Thrive's sound team lead has made many songs that have not been added to the game yet. You can hear them, or watch streams of him composing on his YouTube channel, Oliver Lugg.
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_24 Thrive is meant as a simulation of an alien planet, therefore it makes sense that most creatures you find will be related to one or two other species due to evolution happening around you, see if you can identify them!
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_25 Fun Fact, The Thrive team does podcasts every so often, you should check them out!
EASTEREGG_MESSAGE_26 Fun Fact, Thrive is made with the open source Godot engine!