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Awe is a god-game about expressing one’s creativity by shaping and building planets’ ecosystems in a tranquil, relaxing ambiance accompanied by exquisite, minimalist lowpoly 3D art and atmospheric music.

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Awe is a god-game about expressing one’s creativity by shaping and building planets’ ecosystems in a tranquil, relaxing ambiance accompanied by exquisite, minimalist lowpoly 3D art and atmospheric music.

A constant sense of progression and discoveries will maintain the player’s interest throughout puzzle-like levels, leading him to eventually understand his place and purpose as a god in this universe he has created. The objective is not to make a difficult game, and although some puzzles may seem more complex than others, they are always easily solvable.

Soothing Aesthetics: 3D lowpoly art, music and sound effects unite to establish a relaxing, passive ambiance. Simply experiencing the game’s aesthetics before interacting with it is enjoyable.
Journey: Progression and discovery are central themes. Progression as the player will advance through puzzles with increasing complexity and discovery as each planet will offer the player new assets to create and new rules to do so.
Spiritual: The player is a god in a yet-to-be-shaped universe. Narrative hints will punctuate the player's progression and lead him to the revelation of his true nature and purpose.


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Plug-in Digital
Badland Development Studio
Sunday, October 9, 2016
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Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8 
  • Processor: Dual Core CPU @ 2.00GHz 
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM 
  • Graphics: GeForce 8600 / Radeon HD 3670 / Intel HD 4000 
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c 
  • Storage: 300 MB available space 
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card


  • OS: OS X Lion 10.7.5 
  • Processor: Dual Core CPU 
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM 
  • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant with 512MB of video RAM 
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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Pretty average


Not an incredibly hard puzzle game, but it takes a bit of patience. The UI is horrendous, and the game has very little text. You have to match the patterns to unlock more colours. To complete a planet, you don't need to cover it 100%. Instead, you need to place enough of each tile to complete its circle, and then place 1 of the final pattern (tree, mountain, etc.). The final pattern can be placed inside other tiles. It's an alright puzzle game once you figure out what's going on, but up front it's not great. It's cheap, but could use some work.

Definitely recommended.


As most would probably agree, this isn't really what one would consider a God-Game like Black & White, From Dust or Populous. It's more of a relaxing, simplistic terraforming puzzle game. Essentially, you have a planet of varying dimension and size that rotates very slowly. By clicking on the color of the ground, you match it with the combinations on the left of the screen to unlock more terraforming features (for example a forest or a mountain). Placing a mountain or a forest requires the ingame resource, AWE, which you stockpile by matching additional color types. For example, I've unlocked forest by clicking brown land types and blue land types but I don't have enough Awe to place it. Now I must gather awe by clicking brown, brown, blue, blue etc etc. It's all very simple and surprisingly addictive and with the incredibly mellow music playing in the background, you will easily slide into this game feeling relaxed and unpressured. Keep in mind, you don't want to terraform all the spaces on a planet until you unlock all of the terraforming features... otherwise, you'll have to start over. Summed up, this game is totally worth a dollar just for the peaceful experience alone.



AWE - Atmospheric relaxing puzzle by the formation of the planet's ecosystem, the gameplay taking place in a minimalist style 3d and atmospheric music. This is not a simulator of God! What the hell just as with the Age of Steel: Recharge me misinform themselves developed in the description of the game, well, there is the second serious game! By the way, too, with the Russian cheated, as I promised in GREENLIGHT ... The game begins with the first solar system, choose one of the 5 satellites. Goal of the game to fill the worlds by combining colored tiles, certain combo opens other cell color. In one passage of the SS opened the other, with a more complex structure of celestial bodies and a large number of colors. Colors vary and comes in your memory. In later levels you slide the apply maximum concentration to reach the finals. As a native of GREENLIGHT I of it I did not expect much but I was very surprised. Unity game engine but survived all the beauty of hand-drawn graphics, support for 4K screen and okulosa. My awe was stunning quality, relaxing soundtrack, the price mmm harmony.

I am in awe


A calming and simple creation game where you create a world of your own. If you want to take a break from competitive, this game is perfect. The colors are soothing and the gameplay is nice and fun.

Simple and relaxing terraforming game


Awe is a minimalist planet terraforming game with relaxing gameplay, visuals, and music. Gameplay involves having a slowly rotating planet made up of triangles that you can hit to create changes, there are goals on the side of the screen showing you combinations needed to create an ecosystem that allows you to add different things to the planet, such as forests, hills, mountains, cacti, rock formations, objects orbiting the planet, etc, in order to complete each planet before moving onto the next. As you move on to other planets the game can get a little more complicated but the game remains a low price, simple, and relaxing way to spend your time if you enjoy games of this style.

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