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This is the introduction sequence to a very intriguing video game. It is simply called "Creatures", and it runs very differently from almost anything you'll ever see. In it, you hatch a creature, called a "norn", and proceed to help it grow, learn, and live. Eventually, if you care for your norns right, they can propagate and populate the world, called "Albia". THe closest thing I have ever seen to this is Spore, but this game is still completly different. The norns are semi-autonomous, and you cannot control them. They learn as they grow older, and you can actually train them. Not only that, but the games were programmed to use some basic genetics, so every norn is unique. (And, if you have the right tools, you can do all sorts of weird stuff, like making them blue)