Expansion packs add new features to the pre-existing original game, Spore. Currently, there are three main expansion packs that have been named Spore Galactic Adventures, Spore Creepy & Cute Parts Pack and limited-edition add-on, Spore Bot Parts Pack.
There are parts packs, which can be used with either Spore or Spore Creature Creator. Parts Packs include new body parts for creatures in the Creature Creator, as well as paint scripts, preview animations, and test drive backgrounds. The only purchasable Parts Pack is Spore Creepy & Cute. Expansion Packs (not to be confused with Parts Packs) increase gameplay depth, adds new features like creators and stages (not in the current ones). Expansion Packs can only be played with the original game or the special box (same game, just with extras in the box). The only expansion pack is Spore Galactic Adventures.
Spore Creepy and Cute Parts Pack Edit
Spore Creepy & Cute expansion pack adds over 130+ items; 60 creature parts, 2 test drive backgrounds, 48 new paint scripts (12 base layers, 12 coat layers, 12 detail layers, and 12 complete styles), and 24 new preview animations to the original game on a cute and creepy theme. Some items are cute styled, while others are creepy styled. Creepy and Cute Parts Pack was released on November 18
Spore Galactic Adventures Edit
Spore Galactic Adventures adds great features to the Space Stage, including beaming your creature down onto a planet to play adventures, the ability to create adventures, collect rewards and much more. It also adds one detail paint for creatures and new Patch 1.04. It was released on June 23, 2009, in the United States and was released on June 26, 2009, in Europe.
Bot Parts Pack Edit
Bots Part Pack is a limited-edition add-on that adds 14 new cybernetic parts to the Creature Creator. The code that will unlock the content can only be found on specially marked Dr. Pepper bottles in the United States. This was announced on the Sporepedia on January 5th, 2010. The promotion was originally going to end on December 31, 2010, but was extended to January 31st, 2012.