Wrath Of The Gods
Ever wonder what it's like to be a god? Turn on your Genesis and find out. Welcome to the real-time simulation game to end all others. Wrath of the Gods, the vastly popular PC title, comes to the Genesis from Virgin Games as a one-player title. Create disasters and battle other gods in this world-breaking game of conquest and carnage. Thousands of worlds and a password save will keep you playing Wrath of the Gods again and again. It'll do your ego good.
The basic storyline is a battle between good and evil (you can take either side). It's you against other deities in a battle for multiple world domination. Starting with small groups of people, populate and evolve worlds, all the while using your powers to stop your computer opponents from doing the same. When you feel that you have the edge, call up an Armageddon and all the world's population will travel to the center for a battle to the death. Each world you take will add increased powers to your godlike repertoire.
You'll be able to design your deity persona from scratch. Good or evil, warlike or wise—it's all up to you. You'll increase the level and expertise of your talents as you conquer worlds. Divine Intervention effects are spectacular. Create firestorms, plagues, waterspouts and earthquakes to wreak havoc on your opponent's populous. There are plenty of options, from computer assistance to different worldviews. You'll even be able to set up a computer against computer battle and sit back to watch the action—a good way to learn this complex game. The Conquest Game option has a thousand different worlds, randomly chosen depending on your prowess in the previous contest. As you get good at whipping your opponents, choose the Custom Game option and create your own scenario. Master Wrath of the Gods, and you'll have earned the tide "World Breaker/World Maker."
Each time you win a battle for a world, this fellow will randomly choose the next world of conquest, depending on your prowess in the last. He'll also give you additional powers, if you rate them.
When you start a big fire the winds are apt to move it around. Make sure there is a lot of distance between it and your own people, or you'll end up having too hot of a time.
Lightning storms are a shocking way to depopulate areas.
Before calling an Armageddon, be sure that your forces outnumber your opponent's or you'll lose automatically.
When using earthquakes, be sure that none of your people are in a vertical line from the starting point. It wouldn't help you much to destroy your own populous.
If your opponent uses a Volcanic Eruption a-gainst you, you must plant greenery to make the land habitable again.
2017-09-01 Wrath Of The Gods game added.