App Apes Verdict
- Graphics - 10/1010/10
- Gameplay - 8.5/108.5/10
- Replay Value - 7.5/107.5/10
- Originality - 10/1010/10
Quake Sim: The Earthquake Simulator is sure to shake up the gaming world with it’s simple but challenging game play.
The graphics in Quake Sim: The Earthquake Simulator are on par with some of the bigger companies, more well known simulators. The cities are complete, and the special buildings are instantly recognizable. The user interface complements the landscapes perfectly, and together with the audio, the game creates an immersive experience where players feel like mother nature, a vengeful deity, or Cthulhu. doing their best to destroy a city.
The game play is simple in concept, but very challenging to master. The game allows players to pick their epicenter and the circle that represents this epicenter changes from green to orange to red to indicate the difficulty of easy, normal, and hard, typically the more rural and suburban areas are easy, while the center of the city with skyscrapers is hard. Players simply have to keep a yellow bar in the randomly moving green area on a horizontal bar to keep the earthquake going the damage stacking up. It’s satisfying to see the building crumble into rubble. Power-ups such as boosts and after quakes can be used to magnify and supplement damage, but these will cost players a couple buck each time they have to refill. It would be nice if an earthquake destroyed the paywall, but players can still have fun without paying a dime.
The replay value is pretty solid, as the developer promises to make new cities for players to destroy. The game also remains challenging no matter how much experience you have in it. It is somewhat diminished as there is a paywall, but overall, Quake Sim: The Earthquake Simulator will provide plenty of aftershocks of fun.
All in all, Quake Sim: The Earthquake Simulator is a fun way to shake things up and the game provides a unique challenge with great graphics.
In a realistic realistic city, your goal is to create a massive earthquake and bring all sorts of buildings to the ground. Its not as easy as it sounds though! You need to shake/tap at the right frequency to keep the quake growing and expanding. Its not about shaking senselessly, but about control and even a subtle shake can be too much… How much damage can you do?
- Endless gameplay
- 6 Different cities/scenes for you to destroy (more coming soon)
- Great looking graphics and cinematic destruction
- Easy to learn, hard to master
- Boosts to help you do more damage
- Aftershocks to do even more damage
- Randomly generated challenges every time you play