All My Gods

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Gameplay:★★★★☆ 
Graphics:★★★★☆ 
Sound:★★★☆☆ 
Value:★★★★☆ 
Fun Factor:★★★★★ 
Overall:★★★★☆ 

The 1990s was a great time for simulation games, like Caesar and Civilization. These city building games would keep people addicted for weeks on end, and eventually, they would upgrade, or some new gaming trend would kick in. If you really enjoyed these retro ancient civilization games, then All My Gods is perfect for you! In this strategy game, you are playing as the son of the great Roman god, Saturn. Dad is getting on in years, as so many centuries of overseeing the fields of the crops of Earthlings can put some wear and tear on even a divine farmer, and he wants to retire. He wants his youngest son to take over the business, and most everyone in the family is ready to help out, with the exception of Mars.

So, now we have a ripe area ready to be cultivated and cultured and expanded on. We have the help of our eldest brother, Jupiter, and our cousins, Mercury and Flora are there to advise us in the matters of trade and agriculture. The little mortals are at our beck and call, and we can even put a good scare into them when we use our mana to destroy the buildings we asked them to build. We use our influence to build schools and lumberyards, fisheries and marketplaces, and if the mortals are lucky enough to see us helping them out, they are so excited and happy. Scare them with a good jolt, and they will bow and scrape, and do the “We’re not worthy!” stance from Wayne’s World.

All My Gods is not a game you can just rush through. Anyone who was lucky enough to play the 1990s citybuilding games remembers that patience was key to getting through a scenario. If you long for these kinds of games to come back into the light once more, then it looks like All My Gods have answered your prayers.