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Looking for an antfarm type of game that I can just watch. No micromanaging. Posted by 3 years ago. Looking for an antfarm type of game that I can just watch. No micromanaging. I want an 'antfarm' for my PC. Just a simple, fast loading game where I don't have to do much and I can just watch people (or ants or whatever.
Godville is the answer! All you need to do is to create your own hero and he will do all these boring things you had to do in the other games: he will fight monsters, collect loot, earn gold, etc, leaving Tired of the games where you have to play 24x7x365 just not to feel like a loser? Godville is the answer! All you need to do is to create your own hero and he will do all these boring things you had to do in the other games: he will fight monsters, collect loot, earn gold, etc, leaving you to enjoy the only thing that matters in any game - lean back and have fun. Godville is a zero-player game (ZPG), parodying everything from 'typical' MMO games with their tedious level ups, to internet memes and ordinary day to day things.
The game is continuously evolved based on ideas and suggestions from the community of players. Godville can also be played in the browser: Expand.
Is a weird game, that on the surface feels like a stupid idea that should not work. It falls into what is called the 'zero-player' genre of games by being entirely passive and requiring literally no input for events in the game to progress.I first stumbled upon GodVille soon after it was released into the Apple app store in 2010, at the time I downloaded the game onto my iPod touch and it became a novel play thing that I would interact with in much the same way as with Tamagotchi a number of years prior.Your role in GodVille is to play the god-character.
Hawkes learning system. Watching over your hero whom is able to communicate with you via their diary. Your input is limited to Encouragement, Punishment or sending a message.
However quite as with all Deities what you send and what is actually received can differ greatly and I am still not entirely sure that your input does anything beyond granting your character health and reincarnating them when they inevitably die.The game itself is role playing with your hero exploring an expansive map containing a great many places, items, monsters and enemies to interact with.