(SNAPP Reviews aren’t really full-fledged game reviews as much as they are just a way for us to give you a quick “heads-up” on whether a game is good or not. It usually means that we haven’t finished the game yet, but have played a good enough chunk to know if it’s worth your time or money.)
Alright. We’re reviewing something a little different here today. Wrath of the Gods is a classic point & click style game that was originally released back in 1994 and somehow made its way to mobile via Mythweb here in 2023. You take on the role of an unnamed hero as you try to regain your kingdom in this over-the-top Greek mythology setting. I never had a chance to play this game when it was originally released, but it seems like a lot of time and effort went into production for this game. Wrath of the Gods has a cast of 60 live-action characters all in full costumes along with over 300 digital movies. I’ve played a good couple hours so far and I’m sorry, but I absolutely love it! The acting is horrible and the visuals are oh so very dated, but it’s all part of this game’s charm. You basically start off at a crossroads in Ancient Greece and are pretty much thrown right into the game with no tutorial. You have a few icons at the bottom of the screen and from there, you create your own path. Everything translates well enough on the touchscreen. Not to mention, it looks pretty good considering the game’s age. I played a bit on the iPhone and had no issues, but the game really excels on the iPad. Wrath of the Gods will definitely not be for everyone. It’s slow paced, awkward, and far behind today’s technology. But, if you’re weird like me and have love for all types of games, Wrath of the Gods is a cheesy, but cool trip into gaming history.
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