$ 9.99

With only one divine command, you can change the world!

The fate of this forest rests in your hands. Will you prove yourself to be a worthy God of the Forest?

DRM-Free only

This title is only sold as DRM-Free.

In this game, you will become the "God" of a certain world, watching over the growth of animals and plants, raising them to fight an army of machines.

Weak animals get eaten, leave remains, return to the earth as nutrients and turn into plants to feed other animals.

Use the food chain to create strong animals to get rid of your enemies!

You cannot attack your enemies directly.

However, the many animals and plants that are born to the forest can!

  • How To Play

This game includes both a Challenge Mode and a Campaign Mode.

In Challenge Mode you have to complete a number of set goals.

There are 30 stages in total. You will be able to learn the basics here as well.

In Campaign Mode, all enemies will make an appearance.

You should not challenge this mode until after you've become fairly proficient at the game.

As soon as you start a stage, plants and animals will start appearing of their own accord.

The only thing the player can do is click plants to make them wither and click animals to kill them (this is called "culling").

Some animals and plants turn into nutrients when you cull them. Combine them to create stronger plants and animals!

If you are having some troubles with this title, please do not hesitate to check out our Help pages or contact us about it! 

  • Windows

    • Operating SystemWindows XP/Vista/7
    • ProcessorAthton64 3500+ or higher (Pentium4-3.8GHz or higher)
    • GraphicsGeForce6600 or higher, or RadeonX1600 or higher (Compatible with Direct3D, VRAM64 or higher) *Onboard items not compatible.
    • SoundAnything compatible with DirectSound



Shindenken is an indie game development circle that primarily creates action games. They are known for creating games that have employ a diverse range of technologies, such as cell automata and swarm A.I. They also work with a variety of platforms and have brought out both Qualia 1 and 2 on PS3, and a version of BiOruru was ported to the iPhone. Recently they have been active in the IGDA and a Japanese indie movement called Doujin24.