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Ngmoco targets Android and Windows phones

Pocket God port marks mobile giant's first non-iOS game

Ngmoco, the mobile firm recently acquired for $403 million by Japanese social game giant DeNA, has confirmed plans to adapt its successful Pocket God game for Android and Windows Phone 7.

This marks the San Francisco studio's first non-iOS title, although it last week revealed plans to convert DeNA's Mobage Town mobile social game for Android devices.

Pocket God has sold three million copies since its launch in 2009, and was created by two-man team Bolt Creative with publishing support from Ngmoco.

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