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Doodle God

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Jun 23, 2010 | 7:06 AM EDT
  • Weekly Users' Choice June 30, 2010
  • Daily Feature June 24, 2010

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Doodle Almost-God 10 Points Combine 60 elements to advance civilization and your card collection!
Doodle Demi-God 10 Points Unlock half the category groups.
Doodle True-God 50 Points Discover all elements.

Author Comments

Doodle God puts the power of creation in your hands. Mixing and matching different elements, work your way up, all the way from bacteria and beetles, to clay and ceramics, to tools, weapons and beyond! But beware, creating a whole world is not so easy - inventing the wheel might just end in a plague of zombies...

Don't worry though; you're not completely alone on your cosmic journey! Every time you successfully create a new item or procedure, you'll also be rewarded with the wit and wisdom of some of the greatest philosophers and comedians!

[30/06/2010] - Tnx to ALL for support, and for rewards, and for FP!
We have added medals, and fixed a lot of small interface bugs.
We also working on sequel - so stay tuned.

[10/07/2010] - Medals are working, if you will get them - they will appear on your page and you will get points. Just i still dont know how to make appear NG popup with medals. Working on that...



Rated 5 / 5 stars


One tip i would add for the developers... Maybe add a ??? place holder for each result so the user knew where to focus their attentions. There are many combinations that were not included in the game, but were possible to make things. This would eliminate some frustration and give the user a guide to progress. Otherwise LOVED IT!!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun remake

Ah, a remake of Alchemy! Pretty fun, very polished. Good work.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


I ran through every element in about 3 hours. It was fun and interesting to see how basic elements build up to the ones we see today. Though some combination seemed abstract and too outside the box to really consider. I'd expect the turtle to come from a lizard and shell, not sand and egg. And "poisoned weapon?" Really?

In the end, it's pretty fun. It feels a bit like Scribblenauts except using preexisting elements instead of words.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The game is innovative and detailed

erm... reduce the time for a hint/ why is the plankton border coloured differently/ there are so much dead ends that dont contribute.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply amazing

Ii dont think theres a more original game on the face of the earth. took me a long time to figure out all combinations, but was an interesting and fun playthrough.