On Facebook, however, a breadth of social features and episodic content has been promised by Frima Studio. Not to mention that "a host of hilarious ways to both dispose of and resurrect the immortal pygmies of each island" will be added to the Facebook game, according to Frima Studio.
Steve Couture, CEO of Frima Studio, says, "Everything fans have grown to love about this game and its characters has been happily fed to the sharks and tossed into the volcano, only to be resurrected onto Facebook in a way that fans are truly going to love." Pocket God will enter a closed beta phase later this year, according to Frima Studio, with access granted only to the game's "rabid fanbase." Players interested in playing god on Facebook early can soon find out how over on the Pocket God Blog.
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