It’s the bash of the long, long ago century, and the Pygmies are going to party like it’s 199,999,999 B.C. So, grab your invite and head to the innards of the Apocalypse Temple to experience Dance Dance Execution in Pocket God Episode 45.
Filled with lights, music, balloons, and even a go-go cage, the Dance Room is the place to go after a hard day’s work, or being mangled, scorched, etc. Watch as the islanders show off some general groove moves or get Dance Pack Three to see the Elaine Dance, Kony Guy Naked Dance, Hammer Time, Double Dream Hands, Bad Zombie, and even The Pygmy Theme, written and performed by Parry Gripp.
That’s all well and good, but what kind of mediocre Pygmy party would it be without some crazy interaction, right? Take one of the helium balloons from the ceiling and give it to a Pygmy. Now you have an islander that’s totally trippin’. It’s a scene complete with the brief freakout, “I feel funny,” and “Is this real life?” of David After Dentist. Hilarious, although, we need to fit in the finale.
To finish the night off, Bolt Creative presents Dance Dance Execution. Modeled after popular rhythm and dance games, such as Tap Tap Revenge and Dance Dance Revolution, the mini-game begins when you place a Pygmy on the center stage platform. As the islander dances for its life, you must tap the indicators around the screen as the arrows move by.
While probably still singing “1999″, go to the App Store now to get your update to Pocket God v1.45 and start rockin’ out.
Pocket God is designed for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 3.1.2 or later, and available in the App Store for $0.99.