Bolt Creative is not only a developer but also a publisher of video games which is based in San Francisco, United States. It was founded in 2001 as a flash development studio by Dave Castelnuovo and Andrew Donley. In October 2008 the company decided to start publishing games for iPhone as well as for iPod Touch

Bolt Creative, the company behind the creation of super-popular name Pocket God, is teaming-up with cell publisher ngmoco to bring everyone’s favorite Pygmies to Android and house windows Phone 7 platforms. As Android Smartphone owners already have the power to come across the game in the Android Market, windows phone 7 users with devices running Microsoft’s newest cell OS will get it “soon” as no definite has been announced yet officially.

If you are unaware of Pocket God, then you should know it is one of the most frequent apple iPhone game titles to date. In a short period of time it has been given in extra of 30 free updates that include mini-games and persists to impress both the newbie and men and women which have downloaded the game when it was in your episode 1.

The game is indeed so common that it has also came up with its own comic book, a first for almost any franchise born in your cell app space. The mentioned comic book provides a foundation account for that island and its seemingly immortal inhabitant. You play it once and see yourself getting addicted to it.

Pocket God is a game which was developed by Bolt Creative, in which the player manipulates an island and its inhabitants. It was originally released only for the iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad on January 9, 2009, and later released for Verizon Wireless on September 1, 2010. Then there was release for Android on December 1, 2010. The closed beta just for the Facebook game was announced December 1, 2010.

Pocket God is a god game in which the player is supposed to take the role of an omnipotent being that rules over an island and controls everything. The primitive islanders Pygmies are subject to the player’s god powers. These range from benevolent powers, such as giving the islanders a fishing rod, to destructive like summoning a hurricane, or simply entertaining, such as levitating the Pygmies. The Built-in features of the iPod touch and iPhone OS are put in use like the accelerometer to simulate gravity and earthquakes. Most of these features that are incorporated in iPod touch and iPhone OS can be toggled on the game’s menu bar. The “March of the Fire Ants” update recently also added a new feature known as OpenFeint, where players can access chat rooms, leader boards, achievements, and announcements during gameplay. On iTunes Pocket God was ranked number one for continuous six months.

One of Pocket God’s most notable features is the regular release of updates that introduce additional content to the player. The episodes “A New Home”, “Dead Pygmy Walking”, and “The Pyg Chill” added additional islands to the game, which is toggled from the menu bar. The recent update in Fun n’ Games until A Pygmy Gets Hurt  added mini-games for consecutive coconut bounces, consecutive shark snaps, underwater skewer, pygmy bowling, and hurricane zaps. The Ooga Jump updated few months back added the first crossover minigame, Ooga Jump, followed by a Harbor Master crossover also had undergone many developments. In the Idle Hands 2: Caught With Your Pants Down updates more idle features which  were added to the Pygmies when they are not in usenot only this but, Buddy Challenges were all  implemented with OpenFeint. In the update of Good Will Haunting, a DLC store was added with changeable skins for the T-Rex. Other packs, such as the Halloween, Holiday and alien themes and many more, have since been added and list is meant to be outgrowing every day.