Godz - New Facebook Game

“Unleash Your Power” is the motto of GodZ – the first strategy game made by Yucca Tech to Facebook. In GodZ, the player will have the power of one of the 3 gods that defeated Afexha, the goddess of death and the big villain of the GodZ world.

GodZ story begins in an earlier era - before the game’s timeline – when a universe with two powerful creatures was created, the first GodZ: Kesha, god of life, and Afexha, the terrible goddess of death. From the conflict of these two, three new GodZ appeared: Sasha the goddess of love, which is beautiful and malicious; Thon, god of fire, is magical and daring, and Sanon, god of war, fair and relentless. This is the starting point for the game.

The players must choose one of the three GodZ powers, develop its city, fight and conquest friends territories.  The player will have to establish a religion or join one that already exists, and must gather the biggest number of believers to strengthen his power.

GodZ is more than a typical and common social game. The game has a big strategy and RPG component. Unlike all other social games, this game will have an end. Regardless of the course or the actions that the player makes throughout the game, there is a parallel story that unfolds in chapters. Each chapter tells part of GodZ story. When a chapter ends, the player enters a new game phase.

GodZ concept art is inspired in the Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures wrapped with a huge technology component which led to a new design style: Mayatech.

This is the first of four games from Yucca Tech to be released in the next 2 years on Facebook. This project was awarded with a European fund: the NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework) of 500.000 euros.

GodZ will be released soon on Facebook, but until then, all the fans can follow the development and learn how to implement a social game at  www.facebook.com/godzgame or in Twitter at  twitter.com/Godz_thegame  

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