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WorldBox – God Simulator Launches on Steam Early Access

Mobile indie game WorldBox – God Simulator from Maxim Karpenko is now available in early access on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux players. The game allows players to create their pixel art world and even destroy it with a wide range of different powers.

In WorldBox – God Simulator players can build their own world and fill it with life. From there one can watch civilizations rise and fall, kingdoms colonize lands both near and far, and places rebel as empires fall. It is up to the player if they will help or just watch the action.

Various different creatures can be placed in the world: sheep, wolves, humans, orcs, dwarves, and dragons. There are even UFOs and giant crabs. Of these lifeforms humans, orcs, elves and dwarves are considered the four civilized races with their own design and specific traits. Races will form kingdoms that will at times fight with each other. At other times kingdoms are more interested in colonization and will sail to new lands created by the player.

As the civilizations progress one can watch how they interact with each other. Players can use their powers to destroy by starting fires, spawning tornadoes, creating earthquakes, and launching meteorites. In the end it is up to the player to decide what is in store for the world they create in this ultimate god simulation.

WorldBox – God Simulator is available in early access on PC for Windows, Mac, and Linux through Steam for $19.99 USD. Previously WorldBox – God Simulator was released on Android and iOS mobile devices. For more information follow @SuperWorldBox on Twitter or visit

WorldBox – God Simulator Trailer | Maxim Karpenko

Maxim Karpenko (@Mixamko Twitter) is a programmer and game developer. Karpenko is part of the WorldBox development team that has been working together remotely from different parts of the world since 2018. The team’s goal is to create the ultimate god simulator game where there are no boundaries and the game does not takeaway player powers.