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May 9, 2011 | 1:17 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 10, 2011

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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!

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



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Looks like parody with visual effects at russian Alchemy-Game


Rated 4 / 5 stars


it would have got 10 but to be honest theres nothing that difrent from the first, if there is its like you need to play through the first to get there and the first was a bit long for that


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

so whens episode 4?

good as always, but it wearing a lil thin now.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's alright.

The impressive parts of the game come along with the first two: combining symbols and concepts to create a network of new ones. My issue with this sequel is the potential to have more cool science-fiction and astronomical things, and you know, most of the new items are still just stuff we can find on Earth in real life. You've got the ability to go nuts with a game concept like this, and that was done in the first. I feel like you gave yourself to opportunity to go absolutely batshit insane, but that road doesn't appear to be taken. Keep up the good work, though. Looking forward to some outrageous possibilities for the future.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Sex + TV should equal porn.

Just sayin'. And why Rocket + Human doesn't equal astronaut is beyond me.

For whatever reason, this one just lacked the luster of the first. So goes it with sequels, usually. Especially sophomore efforts. I'd suggest trying to improve upon the concept instead of just rehashing the same exact mechanics.

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