Description

“Not playing videogames has never been this much fun” - Jim Sterling, GamesRadar (iPhone Game of the Day)
"This game has made me laugh more than any other I've played in recent memory" - GamePro (App Store Games of the Week)
"Ultimately, GodVille is a fun, funny, incredibly clever little game" - Destructoid

Welcome to a self-playing comedy game about gods, heroes, and lack of subordination. Want to be a deity? A hero of yours is totally ready to ignore your wishes.

It's a parody take on MMORPG and levelling. Here you can do literally nothing, while your character progresses on his own, writing a story on the go. Or you could show this mortal your will and control him (unsuccessfully). Either way, it'll be lots of fun. And puns. Lots of them.

The game requires persistent internet connection.

PS: If you're having a problem with the game please contact us using Menu-> Feedback within the app or via email support@godvillegame.com

What’s New

Version 9.9.5

- godvoices can now be up to 120 characters
- minor bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
966 Ratings

966 Ratings

Brixel02 ,

Everyone should play this

It absolutely does not command your time or try and hook you in any way. There’s only one “in-app purchase” available and it’s something you get for free and don’t need, so it’s completely elective whether or not you choose to spend any money.
You can choose to play as little or as much as you want. If you want to play more, there’s a social aspect with guilds (some of which are very active) and a forum.
The coolest part is how player-made it is. It’s completely text-based, and all players are allowed to submit new ideas for any possible thing in game to an “ideabox.” Players then vote and later the developers go through and choose the ones they like. The amount of variety is insane—you could go days without seeing a repeat, and the majority is completely fresh every time.
Even more than that, there’s a GodWiki, which is basically Godville’s own little Wikipedia. Except it isn’t little, because it houses entries on everything under the sun, and again, almost all of the wiki is player written and reviewed. It’s kind of incredible how nicely the community works together to create new content.

Trinkle ,

It’s there

I’ve been “playing” this game for 6 years and 7 months. I’ve forgotten about it for over a year and went back just to check on how many years it’s been running. I don’t actually use my godpower so I have tons of charges. There’s really nothing to do with the game but I have a good memory from the day I downloaded it so I haven’t deleted it yet. I also want to know how many years it’ll take me to get 100% of the bricks needed for the temple. I’m at 37.2% after almost 7 years so I may die before it happens.

ethanneslon ,

Sorry for the bad review

I didn’t know that you could leave the email address empty, very sorry. Also now I got some ideas, I know there’s an ideabox, but you know people’s things can be rejected. What if we were just able to put monsters in our own game without having to use the ideabox? Basically you can create anything ya see in the ideabox such as monsters, and other things. And another idea I have is to not be limited to your names of your god name or yours hero name. And what if we could make more than one hero? We can switch to see what each hero is doing, and they would be able to find your other hero’s and group up. And also custom towns.

Also now it’s telling me to enter a email so I don’t lose anything. Everytime I go onto the diary page. I don’t like that you just shove it into your player’s faces everytime they get onto the diary page.

Developer Response ,

Hi. You can leave the email field empty.

App Privacy

The developer, Michael Platov, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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