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Best God Games to Include in Your Gaming Library

God games are that one genre you love playing on days where you’d rather want to sit back and relax and take full control of things around you. If you’re looking for a simulation god game to play on your gaming laptop this weekend then, here are three of the best god games you find on Steam.


Reus is a strategy and simulation god game from Abbey Games. It lets you control powerful giants to shape the planet to your will. It allows you to create mountains, oceans,  and forests. You can enrich your world by creating plants, mineral, and animal planet. However, there is only one thing you cannot control, mankind.

The game lets you control four mighty giants, each with their own unique abilities to help you shape the planet. Observe humanity and let your giants praise or punish them.

Reus features an impressive art style and a winning soundtrack that you will surely love.


Birthdays the Beginning is a sandbox and simulation god game from the legendary creator, Mr. Yasuhiro Wada. This new sandbox game allows players to create cube-shaped worlds that will give rise to diverse and unique lifeforms. Players are able to shape the world’s geography and alter the temperature for an ecosystem to exist.

The game lets you witness the history of everything from single-celled organisms to complex multicellular life. Foster life of all shapes and sizes from plants to dinosaurs.

Shape your planet and decide which plant or animal life should evolve.


Niche is a genetic survival game developed by Stray Fawn Studio. The game offers a fresh blend of turn-based strategy and simulation combined with some roguelike elements. It lets you shape species of animals using over 100 genes. The goal of the game is to keep your animals alive against all the odds which include predators, climate change, and sickness. Do everything to prevent them from going extinct.

Niche features real genetics for its breeding system and procedurally generated worlds and animals. It introduces 4 biomes which allow you to explore different predators, prey, and flora.

According to its developer, the game is inspired by Spore, Don’t Starve, The Creature series, and Warrior Cats.

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