Idle Worship: the latest kid in the block of Social Games on Facebook

Idle games can be regarded as a strong competitor to Zynga. This company has launched a few of such social games which have caught imagination of many Facebook users. Idle games focuses on producing quality games keeping in mind the requirement and demands of the users. This new game from the Idle Company, named Idle Worship is an interesting game where players compete to show devotion for little flowers called “Moldings”. The game progresses as a player competes with his counterpart. In the process he can snip off the muddling of his adversary from his island. Idle games CEO Hyman believes that social gaming is for all who are in a constant endeavor to make new friends.

Idle Worship: the latest kid in the block of Social Games on Facebook

People are naturally shy or introvert. In addition to it is never possible to initiate any conversation with a person without knowing any detail about him or her. Thus a social game such as Idle Worship allows you to make friends in the fastest and simplest way without even getting embarrassed.

The match making websites and such other websites are a bit too serious and artificial. The relation that is forged by such websites is more based on need than on anything else. This is not a business at its core. Social gaming has been used by Idle games to create a relation between complete strangers.

Idle Worship: the latest kid in the block of Social Games on Facebook

Idle worship is just spreading like wildfire. Idle worship is the first game produced by Idle Company. This is a whole hearted multiplayer game that has been immensely valued and respected since its launch. The game was in the production line for two years before it was actually launched. The technology used behind the game is praise worthy. It works both in asynchronous and synchronous modes.

The game when allowed to access to your personal information extracts the required data that is used during the game. It actually takes the basic impression of your profile in lines of which you would play the game.

Idle Worship: the latest kid in the block of Social Games on Facebook

In most other social games that are available on Facebook and other social networking sites you would observe that primarily the games are built in order to build or develop upon a basic theme. Similarly in Idle worship you would be asked to create little creatures which are called Moldings. The target of the game is to influence the Moldings and make them believe that you are God. You may influence the Moldings by various means. You may show some extraordinary works of yours or you can actually produce some miracle. On the contrary you may take the reverse path. You may threaten them and curse them if required in order to make them believe that you are God. As this is a social game at its heart the game focuses on introducing new players into the game.

Idle Worship: the latest kid in the block of Social Games on Facebook

You can call upon new friends and ask them to join you. Once you have friends on the game you may try to aggressively steal away the Moldings of your friends. It can be done in a rather simple way. You would just have to send a few Moldings from your site to your friend’s site. Once they reach in your friend’s territory you can put them in use by converting your friend’s Moldings into your religion.

All in all this game is quite fun and has a host of new features you perhaps would have never come across in any other Social game. The game is quite proactive in creating new friends and new relations. The Mud-lings that are shipped from one territory to another is used in creating new connections and therefore in turn good friends. The whole game runs on an independent engine named as Idle engine. The social aspect of this game is different from any other social game as it helps you to develop and create new relations. Thus this game is getting much faster look-ins in comparison to any other game launched on the social networking sites in the recent times.

Saswati C On October - 11 - 2011

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