Bolt Creative

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Bolt Creative
Type Public
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded 2001
Headquarters San Francisco, United States
Key people Dave Castelnuovo, Allan Dye
Products Games for video game consoles and Apple Inc App Store
Employees 3 (2011)[1]
Website Official website

Bolt Creative is a developer and publisher of video games based in San Francisco, United States.[2] It was founded in 2001 by Dave Castelnuovo and Andrew Donley as an Adobe Flash development studio. In October 2008 the company, now consisting of Dave Castelnuovo and Allan Dye, decided to begin publishing video games for iOS.[3]

iOS Apps[edit]

Game Programmer Designer Platform
FWARP! Dave Castelnuovo Allan Dye iOS
Slinky Ink Dave Castelnuovo Stas Udotov iOS
Pocket God Dave Castelnuovo Allan Dye iOS, Android, Verizon, Windows Phone 7
The Jackie Button Dave Castelnuovo Stas Udotov iOS
Pocket God: Journey to Uranus Dave Castelnuovo Allan Dye iOS
Ooga Jump Dave Castelnuovo Allan Dye iOS
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Online Games[edit]

  • Wheel of Fortune Online, developed by Bolt Creative and published by Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment.[4]

Pocket God Comic Book[edit]

On August 3, 2010, Ape Entertainment and Bolt Creative released a comic based on the iOS game, Pocket God. Sales are estimated to rival DC Comics entire collection.[5]

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