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As if we haven’t learned yet, perils abound on the Pygmies’ mysterious island! Meteors will strike, blocking off platforms and burning our fearless flyer to a crisp. Spiders will ensnare and digest those that bounce poorly. Rabid monkeys will be using Pygmy skin as a mask if they catch high-flyers in mid-air. In other words: just another Wednesday for a Pocket God Pygmy.

The Pygmy can do a bit more than jump, though – tap the screen to slam down on platforms for extra gems, fight off foes, and destroy the marks of other Ooga Jump players. But don’t miss the mark, or everyone’s favorite immortal islander will only plummet to his temporary death even faster!

With full Game Center support, leaderboards, objectives, and more, fans of Pocket God will soon be finding new ways to be a wrathful or benevolent deity, all while comparing their divine work to their friends and foes.
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