WorldBox – God Simulator

How mines work in WorldBox – God Simulator

WorldBox – God Simulator does not explicitly teach how to grow a civilization. However, making sure your civilization can mine is a huge factor in helping it grow. A civilization constructs mines after it obtains 5 wood and establishes itself. When a village or city has 5 wood, it usually expends it to build a mine if it is near…

What ships are in WorldBox – God Simulator

Ships were created as a means to traverse oceans and rivers by civilizations. The type of boat varies from transport boats, trading boats, or fishing boats that automatically produce food. Civilizations currently make only three kinds of boats, and the developer hasn’t said whether or not there are plans to upgrade the ships. The only types of ships that civilizations…

How to shape the world in Worldbox – God Simulator

Worldbox – God Simulator allows players to make their world however they see fit. That includes literally shaping the world before and while having civilizations in it. Be careful shaping the planet after making a civilization because it’s incredibly easy to destroy entire kingdoms while playing with this. Related: All civilized creatures in WorldBox – God Simulator Power Description Deep…

All Nature and Disaster Powers in WorldBox – God Simulator

In WorldBox – God Simulator, players can control the weather with a variety of powers. Almost all of them destroy anyone nearby, so be extremely cautious when trying things out or clicking. A premium purchase is required for all powers on phones, but all powers come with the PC version. In memory of the civilizations we’ve destroyed while testing these…

All destruction powers in WorldBox – God Simulator

Players can be awful to their creations using a variety of powers in WorldBox – God Simulator. Players can use these powers to do harm to all of their creations or save them from threats accidentally placed on the map. The PC version comes with all powers, but a premium purchase is required on phones. Related: All Nature and Disaster…

How to grow civilizations in WorldBox – God simulator

Worldbox – Sandbox God Simulator allows players to groom their own civilizations as long as the creatures have enough space for houses. Once a village is founded, creatures will immediately build a fireplace and a town hall. Before the villagers gather resources, the humanoids will construct about three to five houses. Most villages begin when humanoids (humans, elves, orcs, and…

All achievements in WorldBox – God Simulator

There are a few achievements in Worldbox – God Simulator. The developer said they would add more content over the next two years before the game is fully out of Early Access. That means that even the achievements may change and grow over the course of the game’s life. Below is a list of the achievements currently available in the…

All civilized creatures in WorldBox – God Simulator

Elves, Dwarfs, Orcs, and Humans are civilized creatures capable of establishing villages and kingdoms. There are different houses and town halls for each race, but campfires and mineshafts are the same. Putting all races in one world gives the Middle-Earth achievement, but be careful because they will constantly be at war because of their hatred for each other. These humanoids…

How to save your world in WorldBox – God Simulator

Many wonder how to save games in Worldbox – God Simulator, and there’s a good reason. Press the blue floppy disk (brown box with a green up arrow on PC) to save. The save button, in a way, is hidden when you are playing the game. Clicking through the tabs will not get you to the menu that would hold…