God games, as their name implies, tend to allow players total control over the humans they preside over. But what if things played out in a more realistic fashion? Instead of instructions being interpreted just as you intended, the citizens all determine for themselves what they mean.
That’s what happens in Crest, a new god game by Eat Create Sleep. Inhabitants are influenced, rather than controlled, by your hand via commandments. With each procedurally-generated world comes more room for testing things out. As the game is currently in Early Access, the developers are seeking user input for suggestions on what to pursue next. Crest’s heavy polygonal look is attractive, and appears to mesh well with its gameplay.
Crest is now available on Early Access for $4.99. The price will increase throughout development, as is the case with many Early Access games.