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Doodle God
Doodle God AppStore Icon

Developer

JoyBits

Platforms

Windows Phone, Android, Samsung Bada, iOS

Release date

June 11, 2010

Genre

Puzzle

Mode

Single-player

Doodle God is a puzzle video game initially released for the iOS and subsequently released as an Android game and a Windows Phone app. Doodle God's gameplay is inspired by Russian online javascript game 'Alchemygame' based on an old DOS game named 'Alchemy'.

GameplayEdit

Acting as the Doodle God, the player must combine available elements together to gain access to new elements. Combinations can be both physical and metaphorical . The game begins with only the four classical elements, and centers on the discovery of 115 elements across 14 categories. Should the player be stuck, a hint is available every few minutes.

In the June 27, 2010 version for the iPhone or other phones, the game contains 140 elements and 15 categories.

In the August 2010 update (which is Doodle God 2), the game contains 196 elements and 21 categories. This third chapter removes some of the elements and categories created in the previous two chapters. Those elements are still being counted in the 196.

The fourth episode, released in October 2010 , takes the total number of elements to 248 and categories to 26 by introducing the element 'magic'. All of the combinations are of a fantasy theme, based around Lord of the Rings, Dungeons and Dragons and World of Warcraft.

Once the game is beaten, a screen comes up saying for future updates stating more elements and combining three elements at once.

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