“Playing god” has always interested me ever since I played Populous as a tiny Johnny. I’m enormously glad to see this concept translated to HG in such a fashion and would absolutely love if THAT SCENE near the end turned into a sequel hook somewhere down the line.
One and done is good too though.
Though I believe I probably encountered the same continuity issues as Lord did, everything else was spot on. From the world building down to isolated individual choices, I loved practically everything and knocked out a full run in one sitting. I dunno about everyone else, but that’s pretty rare for me unless a game really grabs and holds me, which this one did by building well on a strong initial concept. Well worth the cash of you ask me.
…I do want more though, Your Omnipotent Magnificence xD