Best God Video Games

The Top Ten

1 Religion Simulator

Religion Simulator is a unique strategy game. It gives you an opportunity to build your own religion and decide about its structure and philosophy. The gameplay consists of two elements: 1. THE GLOBE - You develop your religion on the globe where you need to take over tiles by adding expansions, temples and other buildings. 2. DECISION TREE - Philosophy is the base of each religion. In Religion Simulator you can decide about the relation between Believers and God. You can choose which elements of religion are the most important - faith, publicity, knowledge or maybe happiness? - johnmanson

2 Black & White 2

In the game, the player takes the role of a god called from the void (nothingness) to help those who invoked them. However, the player is not an omnipotent style god, but rather a god who rises and falls with his believers and the player must help develop their nature according to their good or evil desires. - johnmanson

3 Godus

The player starts out by saving a man and a woman from drowning. Once the player leads them to the "Promised Land", they will settle down and build a tent. They will "Breed" a worker, who will build another tent to live in. By using this strategy, the player will explore the world and improve your population through the ages. - johnmanson

4 From Dust

In From Dust, players assume a god-like first-person perspective from which they manipulate an archipelago environment in an effort to save and enlighten a nomadic tribe. [15] With a spherical cursor, the user controls certain types of matter - namely soil, lava and water - in real time. Lava cools to form solid rock, vegetation propagates in soil and spreads naturally once a village is built, and moving water quickly erodes terrain. - johnmanson

5 Reus

Reus involves guiding four elemental giants who have the ability to shape the two-dimensional planet. The giants can provide resources on each "patch" of land, such as animals, plants, or minerals. The goal is to provide support to the planet's humans, who act on their own and cannot be directly controlled. - johnmanson

6 The Sims

The Sims is the first game in the series. Developed by Maxis and published by Electronic Arts, it was released for Microsoft Windows in February 2000. The game uses isometric projection and features open-ended simulation of the daily activities of one or more virtual persons ("Sims") in a suburban area near SimCity. Seven expansion packs and two bonafide deluxe editions with exclusive content have been released for this game. - johnmanson

7 Populous

In this game the player adopts the role of a deity and assumes the responsibility to shepherd people by direction, manipulation, and divine intervention. The player has the ability to shape the landscape and grow their civilization " and their divine power " with the overall aim of having their followers conquer an enemy force, which is led by an opposing deity. - johnmanson

8 Undertale
9 Spore
10 Simearth
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