The simulation game of God's perspective is really interesting. I only need to put in the species, I can see that they grow up automatically, because I used some way to unlock the item. After unlocking, I think this game is more destructive, a whole one. Bar bombs and monsters.
The common species are not sheep and people, and the devil and dragon are enough to make me a cruel and crazy creator. And there are not many normal landscapes, volcanoes and sulphuric acid rain, and there is a lot of smelting rain. In the Bible, God drops sulfuric acid and flames.
This game can be played for a few days, there are many ways to start, but I prefer a random continent generated by ants. At the beginning, I am a kind God. I put in four species to achieve the achievements of the Middle Kingdom. I also sprinkle seeds and fruit trees from time to time, drop rain and promote the growth of plants, for fear that they will not survive.
The four species have survived in the right place, built houses, and progeny. As a result, human reproduction has begun to invade the territory of other species too quickly. After hundreds of years, only humans are left. Oh, is this the truth? ?
After the archiving, I added a fountain near the village. After several decades, it became a sea of oceans. The wooden houses of human architecture are still there, and people live on the water. I am interested in continuing to put minerals, human houses to evolve, and then put wolves and bear piranhas and dragons. I did not expect that the dragon will ruin everything. Where are the warriors in humans?
Human beings will survive in the cracks, continue to reproduce the building, unilaterally beaten by the dragon, but will not be extinct. So I got a new idea, put zombie devils and ancient monsters on the initial map, I didn't think that the zombies actually built the house, and the dragon was a big lazy, looking for a place to sleep, being spurred by local people to fly away. The place. Both hands zoom in to see the devil and the ancient monster fight, who does not prevail? The cofferdam can win, and finally every species has survived. I should reduce the land a little. It's fun to set these settings for a while. I really like this God view and hope to find games that are more complex and more realistic.