Sandbox of God
|Op. System:||Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000|
|Last updated:||May 19, 2010|
|File size:||13.75 MB|
Publisher description for Sandbox of God
The Sandbox of God is a fun "god simulation" from Mr. Chubigans that is inspired by Grow, a fun on-line Flash game coded by Japanese group EYEZMAZE, which has gone on to release several more installments in the Grow series. As to the game itself, Sandbox of God has a lot to offer, especially for fans of Grow who wished the game were longer. The review at Gamemakergames.com says it all: "Sandbox of God isn't exactly dead-on accurate in it's representation of life/evolution on earth, but it's a fun, light-hearted, and; perhaps most importantly; creative take on playing god. The "gameplay" here entails clicking buttons in different orders, and that's it. The clean and simple interface makes the game incredibly pick-up-and-playable, so anyone can start the game in two seconds and know what they're doing. Plus, the author has included a help system for even the most basic functions. I really believe anyone who can read can also play this game. Keep in mind, though, that this doesn't make the game easy - easy to pick up it is, easy to master it is not. But how can it be so hard to master if all you do is click buttons? Because the order in which you click them greatly influences their effects. The first time you play this game, you'll most likely get close to the worst rank possible. The game's unique puzzles take some getting used to, and having knowledge of the abilities you'll be given next turn will help you decide what course of action to take. In other words, beating the game once isn't enough. You can click buttons randomly and beat it, but beating it with a good rank is the hard part.