Joined 30th November 2010
Built on the 2004 release of the popular indie game the Sandbox of God, the Sandbox of God: Remastered is a puzzle at heart, where every decision you make affects your outcome in the end.For instance: you can use each godly power only once. So say you use the rain function and then make a comet hit the earth. The ground, being mushy, allows the comet to get stuck in the ground and become a mountain. But if you use the comet function first, the comet will leave a big crater. Then by using a rain function, you can fill the hole with water, making a lake. It’s your world...shape it as you see fit up until the very end of time.This brand new Remastered release includes such features as:New Graphics Pack, “Simulated Boardgame:” You can play SOG in its classic style or switch to a brand new style called Simulated Boardgame. In this new style, SOG:R simulates how one might play a boardgame version of the Sandbox of God in their basement using light gels, clay figures, blocks and cards, and Christmas lights. Switch between the classic style and boardgame style freely between rounds, and get ready for a really unique experience! New Game Mode: Warfare. In addition to the Sandbox Mode, there’s a brand new adventure called Warfare Mode. As man sits atop the world, enjoying the fruits of his labor, evil rabbits plot revenge. Defend man’s civilization as you purchase new defenses and upgrades, and prepare to do battle with the ever-multiplying civilization of rabbits. Use your godly powers of lighting and destruction to destroy rabbit armies and huts…provided that you have enough cash, of course. Unlock new cards by beating Sandbox mode and see how far into the future you can survive!
Along with those new features include an updated engine, updated music and sound, a play speed function, various enhancements and more! Enjoy this game at a low indie price today.
- Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
- DirectX 8 or later
- 30 MB of memory or greater
- 800x600 (or greater) screen resolution with 16-bit or 32-bit colors