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Godus uses a real-world timer for completing follower buildings. The times used in game seem arbitrarily large, the player can encounter 20 minute wait times after the first 30 minutes of playing. This results in the player spending a lot of time waiting for the game instead of playing. See More
Godus features a couple different types of gameplay, which helps to prevent the game from feeling stale. There’s the main aspect of sculpting the land to allow the player’s followers to expand. Then the player can send some of their followers on mini-game-style voyages to advance their powers. Finally, hidden throughout the world are chests which requires the player to use their sculpting powers to find and help the player become more powerful. See More
There is a progression of player powers in Godus, but they feel very natural. For example, the player starts with the ability to sculpt one level of terrain at a time. After the player reaches a certain point, they unlock the ability to sculpt three levels of terrain at once. These powers are introduced in a way that makes them easy to grasp but never leaves the player feeling like they don’t have the tools needed to advance. See More