Morning has Arrived in Pocket God’s 31st Episode,“What’s the Story Morning Gory?”

San Francisco - March 18, 2010

If you’ve been patiently waiting for the next Pocket God update, wait no more! The 31st episode of Pocket God,“What’s the Story Morning Gory?” has arrived. This update is equivalent to three or four of the old updates. The folks at Bolt are plotting a return to the early days of Pocket God and are plotting a steady flow of new updates every 2-3 weeks.

"What's the Story Morning Gory" includes:

• Pain Drain mini game: The Pain Drain mini game is triggered by lifting a new plug in the bottom of the underwater area that sucks the nearest pygmy into a drain/dungeon game area.

• New Story Mode: Five stories were created giving the individuals the control to script an animated story of the pygmies. Don’t like watching“Gas Who” or“Dancing with the Arse?” Its okay, you can create your own.

The following features can be controlled with more to come in the future:

• Change the location

• Change the weather

• Time of Day

• Animate the pygmies by giving them things to say and do

• New Skin Pack: The new alien themed skin pack is available in-app for 99 cents.

Pocket God’s 31st episode is a free download and is available now.

Pocket God can be purchased in the iTunes App Store. For more information, please visit

About Bolt Creative

Bolt Creative is a San Francisco-based developer creating original iPhone applications and games, including 2009’s blockbuster iPhone game Pocket God. Bolt Creative’s goal is to create games that are not only fun to play, but fun to develop and make them laugh. For more information please visit

Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint for Bolt Creative

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