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Aztec God Game

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Nov 4, 2010 | 5:45 AM EDT

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Author Comments

A god-game in the old-school style of the Bullfrog classic, "Populous".

Be an Aztec God.. create flat land so your followers can build temples. Accumulate mana from their worship then use your powers to smite the unbelievers! Gain extra mana by sacrificing your followers, but be careful not to wipe out your own civilisation!
Beware though; The computer controls a rival God and will do everything in its power to destroy your followers...

I've done my best to include all the game-play features that made the original Populous so addictive. The major differences are in some of the spells, and you can't directly control the 'Magnet'. You can however sacrifice your own population (when you have temples) to gain mana quickly ready to cast plagues, floods or armageddon!

version 1.14n
+ start at level 1! (use 'continue' to do this manually until this patch comes live)

version 1.13n
+ fix preloader
+ increase time for 'fast contact' achievement to 75 seconds

NewGrounds site-lock version 1.12n:
+ badges
+ NewGrounds branding
+ hard levels available

Music is by Kevin MacLeod, the tracks are "Monkoto", "Shamanistic" and "Collossus".
3D art by Lord_Garland
Interface art by PIXELCHUNK

Many thanks to the brilliant team at Bullfrog who made Populous, still one of the most memorable games from that era.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

not bad

it a little cxomplcted but i enjoyed it so eight


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

almost perfect!

Very addicting and fun to boot. its a well thought out concept and looks like it took a long time to make. keep up the good work!-1 fpr the "hidden control schemes though, you might want to literate the hidden control scheme or point out that the mouse wheel can be used to raise/lower land i found out by accident.

FightClub69 responds:

Glad you like it! The controls are all listed on page 1 of the in-game help (click the ? on the toolbar). I was going to mention it in the tutorial too, but a lot of people find the tutorial too long and annoying already so I cut it short.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Doesn't work!!!!!

My screen is white and I can't pay it. It might because of my slow computer but if it isn't could you fix it? thanks

FightClub69 responds:

Sorry I don't know why you have that problem. The background colour for this game is dark green. Try refreshing your browser with ctrl-F5 to force it to reload?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty innovative

It was hard for me to understand the directions, but that was mostly my fault. What I did admire about this game was that it was truly different than a lot of other stuff I have seen before here. It was especially nice to see those really good CGI graphics. In a game like this, you would think they might look silly, but these actually work well. I like how the 2D effects of the land contrast with those effects. I would definitley recommend this to anyone who likes games like this, although it was hard to tell what kind of game it was.

FightClub69 responds:

The genre is called 'god games', it was very popular for a while back in the 80's but has gradually changed (IMHO the new 'god games' aren't as much fun as the old ones were)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Quite good

But I can'tfiggure out how i should click on the terrain to sink it back into the water. I figgured out clicking the top vs the botom of slopes for leveling things, but i can't seem to level things back into the sea.

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FightClub69 responds:

You can use the mouse-wheel, Shift/Ctrl, PgUp/PgDn, R/V or Q/E to raise and lower individual points... so you can lower the land right into the water that way.