Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Pocket God, Pet Society, Mafia Wars, FarmVille, Lexulous, Smeet, MouseHunt, Causes, Farm Town, Ravenwood Fair, Drugwars, CityVille, Zatikon, Realm of Empires, Get Satisfaction, FishVille, FrontierVille, Treasure Isle, Virtonomics, (Lil) Green Patch, FameLeague, Car Town, Mob Wars, Empire Avenue, Dawn of the Dragons, Friends for Sale, Brave Arms, Coke Zero Facial Profiler, Top Eleven Football Manager, MMA Pro Fighter, Social City, Fish Wrangler, DateBid, SuperPoke!, UpGo, Bola, Spleak, YoVille, Battle Punks, Winning Goal, ESPNU College Town, SaveFace, Crazy Planets, My Empire. Excerpt: This page is about the iOS game. For the comic, see Pocket God (comics). Apple: 9+Pocket God is a god game developed by Bolt Creative, in which the player manipulates an island and its inhabitants. It was originally released for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad on January 9, 2009, and later released for Verizon Wireless on September 1, 2010, Android on December 1, 2010, and Windows Phone 7 on December 4, 2010. The closed beta for the Facebook game was announced December 1, 2010. Pocket God is a god game in which the player takes the role of an omnipotent being who rules over an island and controls everything. The primitive islanders, known as Pygmies, are subject to the player's god powers. These range from benevolent powers, such as giving the islanders a fishing rod, to destructive, for example summoning a hurricane, or simply entertaining, such as levitating the Pygmies. Built-in features of the iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone OS are used, such as the accelerometer to simulate gravity and earthquakes. Most of these features can be toggled on the game's menu bar. The qMarch of the Fire Antsq update also added a new feature known as OpenFeint, where players can access chat rooms, leaderboards, achievements, and announcements during gamepl...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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