Vast quantity of player-created adventures for download.
Fairly open-ended tools script different experiences.
Adventures moderately connect to the regular Spore space age, letting you earn spaceship power-ups.
ESRB rating: Everyone 10+.
Everything you wanted to do, that they didn't already do, you can now do.
Fantastic adventure creation tool inspires the imagination.
Successfully brings the charm of the creature stage to the space stage.
Leveling up your captain adds a nice sense of progression.
Online sharing tools are unparalleled.
Combat mechanics are often clunky.
Hard to navigate and find adventures you'll like.
Adventures are linear, so you can't build multiple-choice stories.
Some adventure elements are always the same, such as the dancing-character ending when you win.
Some tool imitations and other creation issues.
Sensitive collision detection and texture pop-in.
By Mac|Life on November 11, 2009
Galactic Adventures gives you more than 200,000 crowd-created moments and the tools to build your own. The winning potential of your own stories offsets much of the inconsistent execution.Spore: Galactic...60
By DarkZero on August 31, 2009
Hey! Remember Spore? It’s better known as What Will Wright Did After The Sims, it was meant to be the second coming, and it turned out to be… um, pretty good, I guess. A classic victim of its own hype, Spore could never really have...60
By New Game Network on August 09, 2009
Galactic Adventures if the first true expansion pack for Spore, and I am glad it was released. The first addition to the original game was the Cute&Creepy parts pack, which retailed for cheap and only contained new parts for the creature editor. This...78
By CNET Australia on July 31, 2009
Spore's first full expansion is overflowing with wit and charm, and it offers resourceful players a chance to get...80
By NowGamer on July 29, 2009
It has potential, but its value is only going to improve inversely with the price. 6.1/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report error/mistake.Add to my profile pageGame...61
By BrightHub on July 23, 2009
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By Games Radar on July 22, 2009
Spore needed this. When the species you designed in the original game finally took to space, it found a frighteningly huge galaxy, but one without much real variety. The chunky planets and demented species were visually distinct but functionally...40
By GameZone on July 13, 2009
Spore: Galactic Adventures is one of the most unique and innovative games I have gotten to play. The amount of customization is unbelievable. The adventures that players can embark upon are fun to play and chocked full of humor. I can only wait with...80
By NZGamer on July 09, 2009
Will Wright’s Spore was one of last year’s most innovative PC games and spawned one of the largest collections of phallic-symbol monsters on ever seen. But there was one thing lacking: when you ventured into the space age you couldn’t...70
By Stuff NZ on July 04, 2009
The sheer scale of Will Wright’s vision for Spore was praiseworthy, even if the final product occasionally felt pinched and clipped. In brief, Spore zoomed out from the microscopic to the telescopic in five phases as players evolved and nurtured a...70