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Pocket God Goes to Hell and Back in Episode 32,“Crack is Wack”

Pygmies Swallowed Whole by Earth, Need Intervention

SAN FRANCISCO - May 26, 2010

Bolt Creative today announced yet another creative way to smite Pygmies with its newest update for Pocket God. Episode 32:“Crack is Wack” introduces a new god power that allows players to split the ground underneath a Pygmy, plummeting the devout follower deep underground into a hellish landscape full of lava, bats and giant demons lurking about.

Having the Pygmy enter this lava paradise initiates a new mini-game called“The Runs” where benevolent gods can help their Pygmy run away from a wave of lava pursuing them as they try to avoid bat droppings that slow them down and certain death from molten rocks.

Included in the new update:

• Ability to split the ground open and swallow Pygmies

• New mini game“The Runs” where players see how far their pygmies can sprint before being incinerated

• New ice monster skin pack for $0.99! Change the giant ice monster into other gigantic creatures such as a:

o Japanese robot that throws spiky, metal balls

o Retro antennae robot that throws metal robot balls with antennas

o Yeti monster who throws poop

o Pink bunny that throws pink balls of fluff

o and more!

Pocket God’s“Crack is Wack” Episode 32 is a free download and is available now.

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

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 www.boltcreative.com.

Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint

212-730-9744

joe@triplepointpr.com

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