The Story of a World is an experience. There are things to discover and to unlock, and the primary point of this app is to create a meditative experience. You will have to be willing to let your mind relax, to think, to create your own understanding of what is happening if you are going to enjoy it.
"The Story of a World isn’t a game based on trying to appeal to gamers the way modern developers do. There’s no unlockables, or “levels” per say, instead, The Story of a World is more of an experience that you can choose to keep coming back to whenever you’d like. In the end, The Story of a World isn’t going to be for everyone. If you appreciate art, and are even more excited about interactivity within it, then The Story of a World may be for you" - Indiegamemag
The Story of a World is an interactive piece of art. You are presented with an empty world where you choose what happens to it.
Depending on what you choose to add to the world, be it mountains, water, lifeforms or other, the world might evolve into something new. Explore the different ways to built the world in order to find the 18 goals.
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More of a demo
When looking into the dev's newer games, like meadowlands, I came across this. I'm not sure why it's sold for real money, though, because it's more practice demo than game; pick a few choices and either lose or get an achievement. I'd expect something like this to have evolving graphics and music, not a few minimal variations on a theme. Despite the endless possibilities, the replay value is practically nothing.
Can be better
You should be Abel to play with the life of the planet that you can make.
This is a beautiful game that is very fun to play. Unlocking all the world names is difficult but that makes it a challenge. If you like games that require you to play over and over making different combinations to achieve a goal then this is a game you should consider.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.