A new Pope Simulator promises to take PC gamers on a journey into the immersive and realistic world of life as the Pontiff when it releases on Steam later this year. The game sets out to not only educate players on what it is like to be the Pope but also to shed light on his roles and daily responsibilities. However, there is a lot more going on here than meets the eye as the game will see players influencing the world through organizing pilgrimages, creating peace by calming conflict and organizing the Vatican.
While the game seems to be highly religious, it actually features some “magic” flair to it too. Pope Simulator revolves around powering the Pontiff by making use of a sort of “faith mana” which is refilled by prayer. This magic is used to power up crowds at gathering and bless in-game units (priests and churches around the world). However, decisions such as blessing a child or not blessing a child will also impact the game’s progression and the strength the Pope has in-game.
While the game sounds quite out there, it could actually be quite educational for those that are interested in the roles and responsibilities of the Pope. The game might not look like the visual showcase of this generation, but the content seems decent. You can wishlist Pope Simulator today on Steam. Take a look at the full trailer down below;
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