Topia World Builder Gets Big Update

Topia World Builder Gets Big Update

Aug 28, 2014

Topia, the benevolence game that allows folks to live vicariously through world building, has just received a big update. The game allows players to create and maintain intricate lands and manage livestock in a natural simulation environment.

Per the Google Play app page, Build 12 brings:

Herbivores can outnumber and kill a carnivore.
Poips now eat trees.
Shoals of fish.
Amphibious Broncodiles.
‘3D’ gyro driven view motion where supported.
Day/Night cycle.
bugfixes:
Land creatures are less likely to wander into the sea.
Birds don’t get stuck and interact with the Landscape.
+many small fixes.

Altogether, it sounds as though the game engine has been refined with more logic. The day/night cycle will definitely help with realism.

We had an opportunity to review Topia a short while ago; it’s available on the Play Store for $1.99.

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Topia World Builder from Crescent Moon Games and God Game Veteran Glenn Corpes Now on Android

Topia World Builder from Crescent Moon Games and God Game Veteran Glenn Corpes Now on Android

Jun 16, 2014

Crescent Moon Games and Glenn Torpes, a veteran of Bullfrog, who worked on such titles as Populous and Magic Carpet, have released Topia World Builder on Android. Players can interact with a 3D sandbox world, raising mountains, filling seas, creating life, and destroying it. The game is largely a sandbox in its current release, but if it does well, it’s possible some more game-centric elements could come to it. The game is available now on Google Play.