That looks amazing in quality, incredibly detailed, and very fun. However, it's much more detailed in regards to cells than we are, and doesn't actually let the player control the cell. I think one of the unique things about thrive is the context. Species ALRE is ahead in terms of creature evolution, and this is quite clearly ahead in cellular interactions, but each of those are specifically only looking at their timeframe, whereas Thrive encompasses the "Cell to Space" transition, so even if Thrive's individual stages are surpassed by other games, Thrive would be the only one to provide them all together as a continuous game. However, if someone goes and makes even that then there is no point to Thrive, because that's basically what we are striving to make, and it would be better to not compete with that new development but to cooperate with them to make a better game.
Look at how far we've come when people thought we'd get nowhere. Imagine how far we can go if we try to get somewhere.