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The long awaited sequel from creators of Doodle God/Devil series is here!
Doodle God 2 developed by JoyBits Ltd features improved reactions set, tons of funny quotes, two additional episodes of gameplay and updated graphics. The ultimate World Creation experience 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. Unleash your inner god with Doodle God 2!

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tnx guys for FP! and for supporting.
just uploaded update with better hints, and also added music theme.

Reviews


JimiHendrixFSJimiHendrixFS

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Logic's A Problem

I understand the point of the game, and i appreciate the creativity but as other people have said our logic dosen't seem to be on the same lines.

8/10 for creativity
5/10 for replayability

6.5 overall.


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m1kclarkm1kclark

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Subjective logic and N²

There's one really big problem with these games. The first problem is that MY logic and YOUR logic don't always coincide. I'm a scientist, so I wanted "plutonium" + "boiler" = "nuclear power", but no go. Meanwhile, getting "radiation" uses the most random, unintuitive combo ever. There are dozens of such combos I would NEVER think of. So when I run out of "logical" choices based on my ideas, I'm reduced to trying *random* combos. For N elements, though, there are N*N/2 combos. In Episode 1, we started with 4 elements = 8 combos. Easy. As you progress, the element pool expands one element at a time, and you can keep up easily using your experience.

In this game, though, you *destroyed* our experience. We start with 124 elements!? Even just the "Void" + "x" combos require 123 attempts right off the bat. That's just too many. But THEN, you really screw us by including NEW combinations of OLD elements. That's over 10,000 combos of elements that we have to consider when "logic" stops producing results. I *might* entertain the idea if there were hotkeys, but as it stands this game gets dull fast when I can't reproduce your methodology.

In brief: How can this possibly be fun for people who can't read your mind?


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lilium-puritylilium-purity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome!! =D

if you forget all religions and stuff, and only look at logic side.. this is pretty logical xD
that's probably why i love it so much :3



DaboomfishDaboomfish

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

For christ sake.

Excellent game n shiz, But the only thing i want to say is @Surpss, I presume you're a christian and whatever i say you're going to "counterattack" with sentences like "You're a prime example of what the Illuminati have created!1!1!1!1!1one!!!1!" But forget that , There is only one thing i have to say to you, And that is, Give. Me. Proof. Of. Jebus. And no not the bible, The bible is as far as we know as real Cinderella really existing, Its just pure bullshit, I don't knock Christianity at all, It provides hope for those that are lost. But when you come up with some random bullshit like that enforcing you're Christianity or whatever the hell you are on a games site? because of an Illuminati symbol? or because the maker of this game decided to go with a Illuminati kinda god thing ? its just pathetic. If you're going to criticize something come up with something constructive not preaching
about stupid shit like that.



alt1tabalt1tab

Rated 2 / 5 stars

not as good as the first

Some of the combos made sense, but others didn't at all. I also feel like there were more obvious ones that you could have done as well. The top of the screen said 21/21 groups when I only counted 20 which bothered me although didn't factor into the score. It's low because I think it was a terrible attempt after the first one was so good.