100 Million Creations Take Over Spore Universe

What do beaked coralfish, whimsical snow globes and intricate atom models all have in common? They are all pieces of content created by Spore players.

Today, Maxis announced that since launching the Spore Creature Creator in June 2008, Spore fans have created and uploaded 100 Million creations - an average of more than 307,000 daily - on the Sporepedia at www.spore.com , the Spore library of user-generated content. The 100 Million represents a variety of uploaded creations including 31,017,761 Spore creatures - more than 19 times the number of known species on Earth. The creator of the 100 millionth creation may receive a NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT graphics card, Spore and the upcoming expansion pack Spore Galactic Adventures. The 100 Millionth creation and the entire collection of player-generated content can be seen at the Sporepedia.

"This is a staggering milestone to have met in less than one year from the launch of Spore Creature Creator," said Lucy Bradshaw, VP and General Manager at Maxis. "We continue to be astounded by the outrageous creations and incredible creativity that Spore players have poured into the Sporepedia, from lifelike animals to fantastical creatures and futuristic spaceships. We can't wait to see the ingenuity our players reveal through the missions they create in Spore Galactic Adventures!"

In the coming months, the Spore franchise will introduce new games; Spore Galactic Adventures for PC and Mac, Spore Hero for Wii and Spore Hero Arena for Nintendo DS. Spore Galactic Adventures, available June 23, is a highly-customizable expansion pack for Spore. Players can beam down to planets for the first time ever, play Maxis-created Adventures and easily create customized missions. Available in fall 2009, Spore Hero, exclusive to the Wii and Spore Hero Arena for the Nintendo DS, catapult players into the role of a fully-customized hero creature fighting to save its planet.

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