What kind of god would you be? Benevolent or vengeful? Play Pocket God and discover the answer within yourself. On a remote island, you are the all-powerful god that rules over the primitive islanders. You can bring new life, and then take it away just as quickly. Exercise your powers on the islanders. Lift them in the air, alter gravity, hit them with lightning…you’re the island god! All god powers are demonstrated in Pocket God’s help menu.
Pocket God is an episodic microgame for you to explore, show your friends and have fun with. The developers have been growing the game with the help of player suggestions. What other sort of godly powers would you like to see added, please comment below.
This hugely popular app has just been updated with a brand new episode, you can read all about what’s in it below. This is a free update, if you have previously purchased this app. If not, you can download it here. It retails for $0.99/£0.69/download.
Episode 45: Dance Dance Execution – What’s New
It’s the end of the world as they know it, and tonight the Pygmies party like it’s 199,999,999 B.C., which makes no sense since B.C. years count in reverse. But what they lack in counting skills they make up for in moves (like Jagger). Because deeper in Apocalypse temple lies the Dance Room, where the Pygmies can either boogie on the dance floor or shake it in the go-go cage. There’s also some organic party balloons filled with a gas that the Pygmies breathe in order to sound like a certain "David after Dentist", the Youtube sensation: “I…I feel funny.”
But that’s not all! This update has the first mini-game since the Battle of the Gods. And you’ve probably already guessed that it’s a dancing game! Place a Pygmy on the center platform to begin Dance Dance Execution. In a cross between Tap Tap Revenge and Dance Dance Revolution, you must tap the icons in time with the beat, while the Pygmy dances for his life…literally! The dance loop, like the majority of the Pocket God loops, was composed by Grammy winner Christopher Tin, and features the voice talents of Brett Pels.
To celebrate their party update, the custom pack this time around is, what else? A Dance Pack! “Dance Pack Three” (99¢) features the Elaine Dance, Kony Guy Naked Dance, Hammer Time, Double Dream Hands, Bad Zombie, and the YMCA. Also, we are proud to introduce “The Pygmy Theme,” written and performed by “Nerdcore” punk superstar Parry Gripp! Parry is not only known for leading the punk band Nerf Herder, but he is also a solo artist that produces insanely catchy pop songs and YouTube videos.