All My Gods

  • Help a small village prosper
  • Use incredible powers
  • Become a mighty god!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU : 1.2 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 153

Review for game All My Gods

Lead Saturn's son to the top of the Pantheon and help him become a mighty god in All My Gods! When Saturn decides to retire, he wants his son to take his place. The council of the gods respectfully accepts his will and welcomes an heir to take Saturn's place on one condition: He has to prove that he is worthy of their trust and divine powers he is about to receive. Outsmart the other gods who would try to stop you in All My Gods, an incredible Strategy game!

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

February 28, 2012

Game Rank

1904 points

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Awesome game
February 29, 2012

Very fun to play once you get to the part where your mana starts regen faster and gold income speed increases so you can do more.. there is alot to keep learning and doing as you progress in the game that holds your interest, there are some difficult moments that are challenging yet not so hard that you lose the game.. I have always liked strategy and building simulations and god type games and I found this totally addictive and alot of fun, I plan to go play it again and see if I can win more awards and score the second time around now that I know more about the game:)

Be careful! I found this one addicting~
February 29, 2012

This is not a timed game, so there is no pressure to beat a clock. The graphics are good, music ok, length of game pretty good. I agree with some of the other reviews listed here about the down sides--having to scroll on the map was maddening, and some times it is not clear how to increase things (like science points or mana), but once you figure those out, it is great fun. For those out there having trouble replacing mana-the secret is in your shrines and temples. Have a great time with this. It was a nice change.

fun little game
February 27, 2012

i played the free hour on this game and bought it straight away. its not very taxing, and there is no speed up option so you do have to wait sometimes to gain enough products to build something. i loved it, and the caracters are actually really cute and funny

March 4, 2012

I love building games (not time management ones) and this is certainly one of the better ones. I wish the free form city building earned when you win was truly free form. Unfortunately, limits placed in the game as to where you can build what type of building still exists. I played straight through. Most of the challenges were quite easy but a couple seemed impossible (some were most likely intended to be lost as it progressed the story line). It wasn't exactly mindless, but it sure was relaxing. Just what I was looking for--fun, easy-going gaming. No pressure or angst.

Great game if you like Sims....
February 27, 2012

This game challenges you to gradually build up an area with farms, schools, markets, taverns grow an empire if you will. There is some down time while you are waiting to gather a number of resources mostly your mana, which you do need a lot of. Frequently there will be gods that ask tasks of you to perform and you will be rewarded with many different items. You must continue your education as you go so that you can learn to build additional types of buildings and being able to learn to upgrade them. A good game that I will be purchasing.

I can't stop playing!
February 28, 2012

The only bad thing about this game is that hours go by without your realizing it! (It's bad if you are supposed to be getting to bed that is...) The game play is fun and the story is well written. You are building a city and gathering resources, so if you enjoy those two types of game play, you will love this one! You play as a young god who has to prove himself by managing his city and people. You directly influence your city by placing buildings, using your godly powers, and you can pick your people up to speed them to their tasks. Unlike many of the building games, you can place your buildings wherever you want to. If you need to move them later, you can spend some of your mana and use your powers, so it's easy to restructure your city when you need to open up a path or you've removed some obstacles and can now organize your buildings better. You are given tasks to complete by other gods and your people, so there is always something to do and a goal to work towards. There are a lot of elements typical to this type of game such as: researching, upgrading buildings, expanding your population, making decisions on how best to spend your resources, and building industries that are dependent on other buildings. (Such as building a cheese factory after you've built a dairy.) It doesn't get highly complicated the way some city building games are, so you can enjoy the fun of managing things without the frustration and headaches.

March 13, 2012

Getting a bit jaded with the lack of new games except HOGs on offer I downloaded this game. Played the demo first and then bought it. This game reminded me of the Quest for Utopia game I have but with a storyline albeit minimal. I like having the option to choose where to put the buildings and as the game progresses you are able to move buildings to your advantage and create a reasonable looking city, especially when you have gained the stone road option. Only downside is that the game is too short for me. I've played it three times now to try out different town layouts. Hope there is a sequel!

Lots of activity
February 28, 2012

Similar to "World of Zellians: Kingdom Builder", but better in my opinion. It has more activity and you feel like you're getting more accomplished as the game progresses. The story line is a bit more fun, as well :)

The name of the game didn't seem to intrigue me, but the game play got my attention.
February 29, 2012

OK, so at first I thought I would play the trial and be a slight bit disappointed, but to my surprise I was very excited. Unlike games that give you a destined place to put certain items, this one is a freeform where you choose where you want it to be. I love that and it was part of the fun of the game. It could become challenging depending on if you want to create something that looks very pretty and laid out or if you want to chunk it together and then try to meet all the requests. It starts out small and as you go you get more room, but you don't get THAT much room as you go, leading you to start thinking about where you're going to put things and how you can make room for more. I think the challenge is to have everything you need and be able to make it look very personally creative and functional. Honestly, I wasn't too into the game story as it started going, although I liked how they set up the comic book style of it all. Of course, I can never say I don't like the romance areas, but other than that it wasn't really a big issue to me. I ended up playing the game all night in one swoop, so even though I did spend hours on it, I felt it was a little premature for the ending and it could have stretched a little longer in game play and area. I liked the upgrades and being able to sell things and thinking independently as I went. If you want 10 barns and no milk, that's fine until later ... but if you don't have enough taverns then you're just out of luck. Everything bumps something up and you gotta figure out how much you need of everything. Overall, I was really getting into the game and I will probably replay it again just to see how much better organized and creative I can be on making it look nice, but I really wish it would have been a little larger in game and gameplay. I had more fun with this game than I have with others in quite awhile though. Play the game for the hour and see if you don't want to keep playing. :)

What is this game and what it isn't
February 28, 2012

I found this game quite interesting to categorize. It is not an RTS as really you don't play against the clock, except in a few quests. It is not like the Sims as you don't control the development of individual lives. It is not a TM as you don't play against time to fulfill quests. In fact you can ignore quests most of the time. Quests exist but they act more like a tutorial or a guideline. You basically build and expand your city/civilization, researching knowledge so you can build more, discover more and handle your resources. In the process you move the story line. The game seems very non-punishing, making it accessible to younger players. You can follow the story and do the quests or save them for later and do something else that you want. You build buildings but you can move them around if you wish. This game introduces many ideas put together in interesting ways to make it worth having. If only the story line wasn't so cheesy....!

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