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Pocket God developers announce Ooga Jump

Apr 9, 2013

Bolt Creative, the folks behind a little app called Pocket God, are hard at work on a new game called Ooga Jump. If that name rings a bell to you, that's because it's also the title of a mini-game in Pocket God. This new game will be based on said mini-game, because if you’re going to copy someone, why not copy yourself?

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The Pygmies’ world is coming to an end in the final update for Pocket God

Dec 19, 2012

Many religions argue that their God or gods have no beginning or end. On the App Store, however, it’s common enough for deities to fade to black. For instance, Pocket God, one of the most consistently-updated games on iOS, will be receiving its final update this week. The Mayan apocalypse may be a myth, but for millions of tiny digital islanders, it’s about to become distressingly real.

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So you think you can dance? Pocket God's newest update brings a new DDR-style minigame

May 30, 2012

So you’ve been destroying the Pygmies of Pocket God as frequently and casually as mosquitoes on a hot summer afternoon. Over forty unique additions and updates to the series have brought your omnipotent power to islands, underwater, space, and time, but Bolt Creative’s newest update brings the islanders where no Pygmy has gone before:

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One million players have killed 129 million pygmies in Pocket God on Facebook

Dec 2, 2011

CityVille isn't the only game celebrating a milestone today. The Facebook version of Pocket God has reached its one millionth player and, unsurprisingly, all of those players have killed a heck of a lot of pygmies.

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Pocket God channels the spirit of Ghosts’n Goblins for Halloween

Oct 26, 2011

While the main Pocket God game keeps growing by leaps and bounds, it’s spin-off, Pocket God: Journey to Uranus, hasn’t exactly been a slouch either. This minigame-centric game has paid homage to a number of classics in the past, and with the release of Episode 6, it can add Capcom’s classic action platformer Ghosts’n Goblins to that list.

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Pumpkins attack Pocket God on Facebook in time for Halloween

Oct 24, 2011

You've killed pygmies in plenty of ways in Pocket God, but you've probably never managed to use a pumpkin while doing it. Well now you can thanks to a new Halloween-themed update for the Facebook version of the game.

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Pocket God releases 40th free update

Aug 12, 2011

There was a time not so long ago where the game you bought was the game you got. Sure, you might be lucky enough to get a patch from the developer if there was a critical bug or some other such nonsense – but even so much as five years ago, free regular content releases seemed like a laughable idea. Thankfully, we don’t live in the world of five years ago. Need proof? Bolt Creative has just released Pocket God’s 40th free content update.

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Interview: Pocket God developers bring "anti-social" gameplay to Facebook

May 5, 2011

Pocket God—the iPhone game that lets you torture worshipping pygmies in an ever increasing number of hilarious ways—is slowly but surely turning into a franchise. In addition to the iPhone game, which is nearing its 50th episode, there's also an iPad game, and a series of digital comics. And now you can add Facebook to that list. Developer Bolt Creative recently teamed up with Quebec-based Frima Studio to bring the game to the world's largest social network, and Gamezebo recently had the chance to talk to both Bolt's Dave Castelnuovo and Frima's Jake Theis about what it's like taking a hit mobile game and bringing it to Facebook and why the series could be this generation's Sonic the Hedgehog.

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The most successful iPhone game of all time is...

Jan 20, 2011

Doodle Jump! Not Angry Birds, Flight Control, or even Rappin’ Granny. How do we know? Apple has just released a collection of lists that detail the most successful paid and free iPhone and iPad apps to date.

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Island God Preview

Nov 4, 2010

We’ve seen deserted island simulation games before, but most of them involve surviving against the elements or building a functioning society. Island God, a new title from Digital Chocolate, puts a new spin on the familiar formula. As the name implies, you’re not a loin cloth-clad castaway, but an omnipotent deity that has complete control over an island’s inhabitants.

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