All My Gods
more challenges needed, but it is so fun to play!
March 6, 2012
I enjoyed this game although the interruptions from the characters or other frequent popups became annoying later into the game.
March 5, 2012
Relaxing and enjoyable - but a bit too easy at the end!
This game is basically a relaxing time management experience. The challenges are very easy - but there are still a few puzzles along the way. I really enjoyed playing it. My only gripe was that I felt it ended too quickly. The final wonders to be built needed very little in the way of materials and you could ony build a few wonders on the island. A few more levels or areas to explore, with more difficult challenges would have been appreciated.
March 3, 2012
good game but to be honest it wasnt all that challenging, finished it within 6hr :(, but it its good, reminded me of the old settlers games :)!
March 3, 2012
This review is based on the demo.
This game is a resource management type rather than time management.
There are awards to collect.
(usually I would say 'work' for but there isn't much 'work' involved in this game.)
You do have to complete the tasks, but unlike the usual time management games... you don't have to rush around or click fast and furiously.
I was going to compare it to "My Kingdom For The Princess"... but actually it is more comparable to
"Be A King".
"All My Gods" has multiple quests <tasks> come up and sit on the left side of your screen, just like in "Be A King".
I played this game until the demo time ran out, so I must have been enjoying it...
In order to use any of the 'God Powers' there had to be enough mana available.
I found it very frustrating to have to wait for the mana to fill up, which seems to take a very long time.
(Maybe it's just because I lack proper patience)
One thing I did really like was that the little workers didn't go back to their building each time they finished a task... like in My Kingdom For The Princess. <that got really annoying>
I will probably buy this game... when it is on sale, but for me it's not worth the $6.99 price.
So I am marking it a recommend.... ON SALE
February 27, 2012
Fun City Builder
Haven't played a city builder in a while. This one is fun and kept my attention for awhile. It's pretty easy and short though; lots of hand holding so good for beginners or kids. The storyline is very cutesy. I enjoyed reorganizing my city after I won the game. I liked the idea of using the god hand. Recommend for a quick distraction or fun fix.
October 6, 2012
Although this game was fun, it did not last long enough and there is only 1 mission. I beat the game in one day and then beat it again twice in one week. Now it is boring. There needs to be other missions or better yet a Sandbox mode.
March 26, 2012
Strange little characters
Although I really enjoyed playing this game , the gameplay was over to quickly and I normally take days to finish a game. So for someone who is very good at time play games, this game maybe not for you, you maybe able to finish it within a couple of hours, so not find it challenging enough for you. For this I give it 7 out of 10
March 12, 2012
The sound is bad but you all know that by now. Play is too slow; manna takes too long to replentish; nothing to do in the meantime that does not eat up resources. Not much of a challenge but so desperate for games like this, I really tried to like it.
February 28, 2012
Not for those who know Greco-Roman history.
Because the darn thing will just drive you batty. Venus wasn't married to Mars, she was married to Vulcan! She cheated on Vulcan all the time with Mars, however. And why would the main character want a cheated old cougar like her when there's plenty of young goddesses who'd remain faithful?
The constant interruptions by Zeus, Mars, and Hera drove me batty. If my workers went on strike one more time I was ready to start smiting them.
Mostly though I strongly disliked the whole "wooing Venus" thing. She was NOT married to Mars and gods or not, it's always wrong to break up a marriage. That never should have been part of the game.
September 17, 2012