Greetings, dear gods! We have some great news to share today.
As you know, everyone can read chronicles of past duels, boss fights, dungeons and sails. While you could grasp what happened out of the gray wall of text, the drama of the fight and the thrill of exploration were somewhat lacking. It’s time to unveil new high-tech beauty to solve this: video chronicles.
Every duel, boss fight, dungeon or sail exploration can now be replayed as it was happening. Finally, you can see arks setting sail, spelunkers wandering under the ground and heroes clobbering each other – with health decreasing each turn. From now on, all new chronicles will have Replay controls to help you get around. Check out how sailing looks. Quick hint for PC players: you can use arrows and Enter key shortcuts or just mouse-click turn entries.
Life after 1000 pairs
There is important news for the diligent gods with a thousand pairs in the ark, because now there is the next big thing to do. Manimals and fenimals, in some way, are “monsters”, so having a herd like this in an ark makes god… a god of monsters, sort of. Maybe not a full-blown one just yet, but with a new thing to do: now he can design his own boss.
The boss is made in a Lab kindly provided by some unnamed mad scientist. The Lab requires special ingredients to do its magic. The first one is pairs. Don’t be afraid, this time only one hundred pairs are needed. The second one is even more interesting – boss parts. Yes, those little boss pieces that a hero gets when he defeats a boss. A full set – from hoof to horns – is needed to create a new living being. There are many new bosses to get the parts from, and every part will affect the end result. However, in the best traditions of ZPG, a god’s involvement is not required – a hero will eventually get the full set all by himself.
Once created, the personal boss will be listed on the god’s page for everyone to see. The god will be able to summon it in their fights. An extra pair of hands will come in handy in their shop too.
Night theme on a PC
Mobile deities have already enjoyed it for a while, but now it’s coming to the browser version of the game too – almost all of the game pages now support night-mode. You can enable night theme in the hero page’s settings (link at the bottom of the page).