Black & White – (The Ultimate God Game)


Black & White is a god video game developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows in 2001

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  1. this game is free on abandon ware sites and i have it running on XP and vista there are NO-CD patches so you can run it with out CD.and iso file or zip. easy to find.

  2. Got this in 2001, I was totally addicted, this is right up there with The Simpsons as playing a big part in my formative years! Any way of getting it to work on an Apple MacBook Pro? Maybe that's a stupid question..

  3. I have looked for a very long time does anybody know if they will ever bring a new game out for this it's still one of if not my favorite game of all time

  4. How did you get the game to run in 1080p?! I've been going crazy, but any other resolution than default puts the frame off centre?

  5. i liked the second better in general, but the first was epic. i'm sad that Micro$oft closed down lionhead after buying it

  6. Probably one of the best games ever made….next to DF of course…problem is the developer Peter Molyneux lost his mind and is now a pariah in the gaming industry, after his newest attempt to make a game called GODUS. His name has become synonymous with scumbag developers. As I watched the video I said to myself, this is exactly what I would expect to happen if Nook became a god. Stone thru a sawmill, same results as when you try that in real life, who would of thought ?

  7. had black & white 2 but for some reason it wont install because its missing a file <.< or maybe its because of windows 10 ?
    And i dont see why steam hasent added the black and white series yet :/ its a Gem in istelf

  8. Hah 😀 I got this back when it came out. Had some weird Pentium II with 266 MHz and 160 Mb of RAM. And a Voodoo 3 which is probably why it ran at all. 😀

  9. Thanks for playing this old game, I miss it. The series deserves some modern re-releases.

    The reason it isn't working when you try to make people into disciples is because you're setting them down way too roughly (that's why they're screaming), and you're also just dumping them on top of buildings a lot instead of the ground just outside the building. You have to put them down gently for it to work, meaning you let your cursor stop completely over a spot of land, and not too high up. All you were doing was terrorizing people as human baseballs when you tried to give them jobs, because they had too much momentum when you released them, haha. 🙂

    Also, about diminishing returns on winning belief from enemy/neutral towns, the game kind of forces you to vary up your tactics as it reduces belief rewards from the same action over and over. One good thing you can do is gently set a stone down in the middle of your own village … villagers will dance around it and it will "soak up" their belief. Then, you can either use that belief-infused rock for violence, or simply set it gently in the other village … it'll release all that trapped believe like a sponge at regular intervals until they're converted. Your creature is also always impressive to them. You can leash him to their town center with the compassion or aggression leaf, either way you want to play it … you don't want him to destroy the town completely, keep in mind.

  10. Black & White was amazing! Wouldn't your creatures appearance change based on what good/bad actions you taught them?

  11. YOU MADE IT <3 THANK YOU SO MUCH. I was playing the second one myself and I JUST KNEW that if I asked you to play it I would enjoy it 100x more. Thank you so much, seriously. I will never unsub.

  12. If you drop a rock in your city, you're people will worship at it. Eventually, it'll gain a glow about it, which makes it an artifact. when you throw the artifact into another settlement, it'll start building belief in you


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