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  • Summary: Everyone gets the Finger.

    Customize, cultivate and wreak havoc on your world with a tap of your finger.

    Perform an impressive array of Wonders to convert your planet’s inhabitants into devoted followers. Put your new followers to work – provide buildings, control the elements,
    and earn gold to continue leveling and customizing your planet.

    Be a kind, caring god or a destructive demagogue. Level up and unlock new Wonders to perform on your followers and power their economy, including sun, rain, lightning, fire and flood.

    Every decision you make impacts the look of your planet. Use rain to grow a desert oasis, dense woods or lush rainforests. Use the sun to populate your world with exotic flowers. Activate powerful runes and your planet will expand – providing more land to shape.

    Earn gold, perform Wonders and convert followers to gain experience. Level up to unlock powerful items, buildings and Wonders to perform on your followers.

    Add your friends’ planets to your galaxy and visit them at any time. Convert one of their followers into a Mystic to access cool bonuses and new goals. Send your friends gifts and postcards, and let everyone know what you’re up to through Facebook and Twitter updates.

    ngmoco:) WANTS YOUR HELP
    GodFinger is constantly evolving and ngmoco:) is inviting GodFinger players to be part of the process. Join the GodFinger community on Facebook to tell us what works, what doesn’t, and what you want to see in the future. Stay tuned for themed content, coming soon to your planet!

    Connection is required to play.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Feb 12, 2011
    I am excited to watch GodFinger grow over the next few weeks as human behavior shapes what becomes necessary to change or add. This is easily my favorite ngmoco game since Touch Pets: Dogs and a great antidote to the bore that was We Rule.
  2. Feb 12, 2011
    The art style is very pleasing to the eye, especially considering the game is free to play. The followers look really cute and friendly, and they put me in a good mood whenever I see them.
  3. Feb 12, 2011
    For a free game, GodFinger does a good job of hooking you in right away. The next few hours after that, however, can become a bit dull.
  4. Feb 12, 2011
    A charming, though shallow effort at social gaming that offers little substance to match its free price.