Rock the Age with Pocket Ages

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February 24, 2015


Boomzap is launching a new town building mobile game.


Pocket Ages is a town building and trading game that spans multiple eras. You find your prehistoric villagers experiencing Fire for the first time, sparking the start of a civilization. Guide them as they explore and gather resources from their surroundings, craft trade goods, and grow their village. Research technologies to unlock building upgrades that allow you to craft more advanced products. Watch your villagers work and change as they become more sophisticated!
Pocket Ages is a never-ending game where you can gather, build, craft, and trade to your heart’s content. You can follow your own path, or you can undertake the tasks that will be given to you by interesting characters that you will meet along the way.



  • Advance your civilization through four eras: Prehistoric, Ancient, Classical, and Medieval!
  • Dozens of interesting items to gather and craft!
  • Construct more sophisticated buildings as your technology advances!
  • Guide your villagers as they change from primitive wanderers to civilized citizens!
  • Follow your own path, or undertake tasks that will be given to you by characters you meet!
  • Growing crops and raising animals are part of the fun!

Platform: iOS (iPad and iPhone)
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