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Topia World Builder

By Crescent Moon Games

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Description

From the Award Winning Studio Crescent Moon Games and Glenn Corpes, one of the creators of the original Populous series of games, comes TOPIA WORLD BUILDER, a unique world building sim, tailored for iOS devices.

Topia World Builder is a world creation simulation. You become god and shape the land as you choose, by the use of touch controls. Swipe your finger to create mountains, valleys, rivers, and oceans. Watch trees grow, spawn thousands of animals - and watch them live and die on the planet of your creation!

Features:

-Create Mountains
-Create Valleys
-Create Rivers
-Create Oceans
-Spawn various animal types
-Build enormous herds of animals
-Watch predators attack other animals
-Save your worlds so you can edit them later
-Change the color of land, water, sky
-Play in both landscape and portrait modes

What's New in Version 1.6.1

Native support for iPhone6 and iPhone6 pus screen resolutions

New in 1.6
Herbivores can outnumber and kill a carnivore.
Poips now eat trees.
Shoals of fish.
Amphibious Broncodiles.
'3D' gyro driven view motion.
Day/Night cycle.
64 bit CPU support (saves power on new devices)

bugfixes:
Land creatures are less likely to wander into the sea.
Birds don't get stuck and interact with the Landscape.
+many small fixes.

Screenshots

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iPad Screenshot 5

Customer Reviews

Boss. I have an idea.

...this is what has been released here. Just an idea. A snow globe with no snow. A shoe with no laces. You can raise and lower land. Add a bit of grass. Drop in a few trees. Drop in a selection of creatures and that's where it falls apart. There is no balance.
If you create trees and release a few birds, they will multiply and swarm like locusts eating all the trees, with no predator or any evolution or natural selection. Release a few carnivores into a herbivore environment and either the herbivores will wipe out too few carnivores or the carnivores will expand quickly and eat all the herbivores. Why is there no other hunting (berries, smaller mammals, or breeding, finding shelter). Human tribes, wonders, anomalies, tidal waves, volcanoes. The ios store is crying out for a good god game yet this is purely a template. C'mon crescent moon, put some budget aside and create the modern populous or sim earth people want.

Pretty and temporarily amusing but...

I don't know if I just don't get it? On the face of it it's really pretty and i played it for about five minutes before I found my land swarmed by creatures and I couldn't place any predators. There wasn't much to do and to be honest I feel like I've wasted money buying it. Definitely with the amount to do on it should be a free game.

HUMANS

I love the game I think there is a lot great stuff to it but what would be AWSOME is that if you could add humans. They could build villages and hunt but the Stone Age kind so it didn't become too complicated the game would become more in depth and entertaining. Thank you.

Topia World Builder
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • £1.49
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.6.1
  • Size: 24.7 MB
  • Language: English
  • Developer:

Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimised for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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