You have the power to create your own biodome, and fill it with life.

InTyto Ecology, you are given the power to build your own ecosystem while learning life science principles. You must think critically and problem-solve to balance a beautifully simulated biome, where your decisions determine if life succeeds or fails.

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$6.99 base game + $3.99 per expansion pack

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Ecosystems Available

We've represented a variety of ecosystem types across different biomes... and even went into prehistoric history!

Mojave Desert

Deserts may be extremely hot and dry, but plenty of plants and creatures call the desert their home! The Mojave desert is located in North America..


Included in the base game purchase.

Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforestis a biome with a lot of diversity! With lots of rainfall occurring each year, plants grow very thick, making homes for all sorts of animal species.


Included in the base game purchase.

Great Plains Grassland

Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam! The Great Plans Grassland biome is full of short plants and grasses, and has a few trees.


Included in the base game purchase.

Himalayan Forest

The Himalayas are nestledin the Indian subcontinent, spans almost 2,500km wide, across seven countries, and is home to over 10,000 types of plant and 300 species of mammal. Many of these species only exist in this specific part of the world, and many are extremely endangered due to illegal poaching, climate change, and growing human populations fragmenting the space available for wildlife.


Expansion Launched June 3rd, 2016

Alaskan Tundra

The Alaskan Tundra is a harsh landscape with short summers and long, freezing winters. Most plants grow very low to the ground to withstand high winds, and many animals have white coats to blend in with snow during the wintertime. Despite its unforgiving climate, the tundra is still home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.


Expansion launched December 23, 2016

Cretaceous Mongolia

Go back 70 million years to the Late Cretaceous, set in the Gobi desert region of Mongolia. Back then, it was not the dry desert it is now, but teeming with life! This includes velociraptors, therizinosaurus, and many more!


Expansion Launched October 13th, 2017

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