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You will cross paths with other creatures, who will try to have your swarm for breakfast. Along the way you will lose members of your swarm, but don't feel down; during your journey you can extract energy from the planet's flora and use this energy to breed new and stronger Lumini at mystical crystals you find scattered across the world.

You can also decide to split up your swarm and control them seperately to strategically outsmart the enemy by employing daring manouvres and cunning tactics. Can you bring the Lumini to safety and make them a flourishing species once again?

The games most noticable features include:
– Dynamic and realistic Swarm controls
– An adventurous world with lots to explore.
– Mesmerizing flow gameplay.
– Ambidextrous controls when splitting your swarm
– Dynamic and immersive audio.
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