Homo Evolution: Human Origins

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
180K reviews
10M+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Create your own little world and drive on human evolution. Merge two people and get a new, more modern life form populating the planet with different creatures: from simple animals to diverse and unpredictable personalities.

There are 4 ways to shape the world as humanity emerges:

BEGINNING
Animal evolution, from spores to modern individuals!
FIRST PEOPLE
The path from the ancient world to the first citizens!
SPECTACLE
A creative Bohemia, from poets to crazy party people!
BREAD
Civilization with the degradation from natural to modified products!

There are also 8 stages of the world evolution:

TELEVISION
INTERNET
SPORTS
SCIENCE
TELEUNITY
VIRTUALIZATION
TRANSFORMATION
POWER CULT

Explore each branch to open the next. By tapping the last two life forms at this stage, you get access to a new, previously unknown world! Discover all the planets in this fun evolution game!

You start in the BEGINNING world with a small lizard. By combining two creatures, you create a new, more perfect being. You don’t need little alchemy or magic to evolve faster. Just click on the creatures to earn coins and buy more species to merge. Offline autoclicker included in this the game of life and planet evolution!

Start creating your own world right now!

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Updated on
Nov 25, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Financial info and 3 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Financial info and 3 others
Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.1
160K reviews
A Google user
May 18, 2019
Of the "take similar things and drag them into each other to make the upgraded object" genre. The only really interesting thing that happened is that they offered a branching path, but none of the mechanics change. All the side stuff to help you get more in-game-currency is a distraction from the fact that not much else is going on. There do not appear to be rewards for optimized play, and the game seems designed against interacting and thinking in such a way. I like the artwork.
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A Google user
April 17, 2019
As someone who fully completed the game, I can sincerely tell you not to waste your time. The app crashes more often than it runs properly, and the amount of ads in the game truly makes it a waste of your phone's storage. The app also eats through your phone's battery like a starving animal. Two of the final transformations were flipped, and the game is not surprisingly sexist. Believe me when I say find another game to spend your free time playing, this one is hardly worth the effort it takes.
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A Google user
October 24, 2019
It was a fun game while it lasted, but once you unlock all the characters it's just.... done. No "congrats" popup, nothing. I guess the reward of filling up the character screen is meant to be enough, but it just seems anticlimactic. I got more reward for finishing an ad or winning the slot mini game than actually competing the game. Otherwise the game made a good time waster. It was a game that said "yes" a lot, made me feel like I was accomplishing things, released the good brain chemicals.
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What's new

Technical update