Addictive and Engaging Doodle God is a fantastic little game. While the premise is simple, combine 2 different elements to form 1 or more new elements, the game manages to never become boring. The main game (4 episodes plus artifacts) will keep most people busy for quite some time, provided they don't use hints or a walkthrough. My only complaint would be the amount of content, as even after completing all of the bonus quests and puzzles, I still found myself wanting more (although this isn't necessarily a bad thing). In short, I would definitely reccommend Doodle God to all gamers, both casual and hardcore alike, and even those who don't usually play mobile games (like myself).
Extremely fun. I love how you can unlock new elements, simply by combining two of which you already have. Then you can use that to combine it with another, and combine that combo with another element, and then another, and another, and another one and another one.......Awesome concept as well. After I rebought the game because I had it on a different device a long time ago, I had to start from the beginning cause on my old device I didn't save it through Facebook. But don't worry, I remembered most of the combos for episode 1 because of my photographic memory, and finished it in about a time span of 30 minutes to 1 hour. Plus I got even further then last time. For some reason I havent achieved the reviewer achievement, dispite having written one already. Nvm I got it after I reopened the game XD
I want to like this game way more than I actually do. I always feel let down when a game is purchased with actually money, but still is saturated with in-game pay options. I know you guys are trying to pay the bills but what did I actually pay for when I bought the game? Make it free to play and I'll steer clear from it. What ever happened to buying a game and enjoying money well spent? Also the matching element can be totally arbitrary at times, I found myself tapping randomly just to make matches. Definitely not worth the hype.
Would be better if it would just let you play, like it used to. It doesn't need the constant pop-ups and returning to the world view thing is just an annoyance. Yet another good game that was ruined over time because the developers keep trying to squeeze every cent they can out of it. Just move on already.
I spent $12.51 to get unlimited glow in free and then decided I liked the game enough to actually buy the complete game. Is there a way that I can get that money back or at least spend it in the full game?
Bogus purchase! I still get ads and still have to buy things in the game! What the heck was the purchase for?! Also I don't appreciate the graphic for Sex, since my young children play this game. Seriously!
Great error- fixing and stability-improving update for all Doodlers to enjoy!
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