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Doodle Devil

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Nov 20, 2010 | 3:43 PM EST
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Half Game 10 Points Half Of All Elements Discovered
Nuclear Bomb 10 Points Nuclear Bomb Discovered
7 Mortal Sins 25 Points 7 Mortal Sins
All Game 50 Points All Element Discovered
All Game With No Hints 100 Points All Elements Discovered With No Hints (actually, you can ONE hint)

Author Comments

Doodle Devil has been created to maintain balance in the Universe, to mess up with Doodle God. And now you have to aid Doodle Devil in destruction of everything.

You've already created a whole Universe from the four basic elements and you don't know what to do next? Destroy everything to the ground! Discover the seven deadly sins and there will be no coming back for you! Try to combine elements and invent murder, death, demons, beasts, zombies... which will destroy everything.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good game

but i got stuck at 71 elements and the hint opened 2 groups where none of the combinations worked.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


this is very confusing but lol magic+man=worm LOL!!!!!!!


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

lust +book is not porno



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The one thing i most enjoyed was the very tasteful quotes you put in this game very well done!

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Addictive, but arbitrary.

For whatever reason, just like the last game, I feel like I need to play this until I get all of the compounds, but the combinations are really arbitrary. Especially if I'm supposed to be able to create sins, it seems like there a lot of combinations that I ought to do, like lust + book = pornography or beast + sex = beastiality and things like that. What one can do ends up feeling really arbitrary, although some of the combinations are pretty cool. The main thing is that it turns into waiting for the light to go off and then just brute forcing all of the combinations, since thinking about it never gets you anywhere, which is kind of a shame, since it would be nice if the combinations were somewhat intuitive. It also feels like a really huge fraction of the combinations are recycled from Doodle God, which just strikes me as lazy. It seems like if there was supposed to be a theme, you should have ran with it instead of recycling most of the old combinations. With that said, though, the completionist in me feels compelled to finish it, so I guess that's worth something.

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