Each Snail's DNA is formed from its 4 unique traits. This page explains how incubation works for each trait and provides some examples.
In the Incubator process, both parents randomly contribute 10 genes to the offspring's genetic sequence. Let's assume we have the following Parent 1 and Parent 2 Snails. Below is the genetic sequence of five possible offspring out of the 1000s possible ones that this couple can produce. This couple might have a child from any family. Their genetic sequence allows it.
The following table describes how the offspring's class will be determined.
As shown, mating with a Genesis class might generate better offspring for all of the other classes.
The generation algorithm is provided on the "Traits" page. Below are a few examples of possible results of different Snail couples.
Adaptations will be assigned randomly. Each Snail starts with 1 random adaptation.