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Godus Launches on iOS Devices Today

Posted on Thursday, August 7 @ 09:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


DeNA has announced that Godus, the god game created by Peter Molyneux and his development team at 22cans, is now available for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

"In Godus your hands will sculpt the mountains and carve rivers. Your touch will create pastures for your people. You will be loved by tiny worshipers that need your help to grow and your direction to progress through the ages of civilization," explains Molyneux.

Give the launch trailer a look below.



The game will evolve over time, as 22cans plans to release updates in the future that build upon the experience. Gamers will be able to compete in live challenges and unlock all sorts of new abilities as they progress. 

Godus also features a gorgeous art style that is suited perfectly for the iOS platform. Check out some screenshots of the game in our handy gallery, embedded below for your viewing pleasure.



Godus​ is available now for free on the App Store. 
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