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May 9, 2011 | 1:17 PM EDT
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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 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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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty Good

The only problem I can see is towards the end it seems to be just waiting for the hint button to time back in.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice sequel

I'm not sure if its a bug but sometimes I combine things and nothing happens. Some time later I get the hint to combine those again and now it works...


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great game!

The amazing Doodle God returns, bringing back the original episode for people who haven't tried it yet, and taking on two brand new episodes. It's fantastic, really, but there are a lot of things that prevent the game from its 10/10 score.

For one thing, the organization in the game was poor. Most things were separated into 2-3 different sections for no apparent reason. An example of this would be the two food sections: they have some purpose in being different sections, but confuse the mind because it involves lots more work as to finding certain sections. This made for the game to be extremely hard for no apparent reason other than to make the game last longer. That's good, but it made me at times want to stray away from finishing the game.

Organization is also poor because sometimes you put things in unreasonable places, like money in the Science-y stuff section. I don't understand that at all, and it would be better off in the section with all the people on its icon. This also made for my mind to be confused and to work too hard for no reason.

Next, (I think) there is the new Hint option. It's really of no use to most people who don't use logic (99% of the people who play Doodle God /2). It angered me to have used that and to see that it was of no use to me. But it may be useful to others. It would be a good idea though, to show what the second hint button does by putting a little white question mark in like a blue circle right in the upper right corner of the button. You could click that and a screen would show what it would do (giving an example showing, maybe, ? + ? = Quicksilver).

Finally, the game features no replay value. After I finished it, I wasn't too eager to play again or even show it to my friends. It was fun while playing, but closing in on the end, I began to lose the fun asset in it. So, yeah, this would be something to up. Because at the moment, I'm not too fond of this game for that reason. In the first game, I loved replaying it, replaying it, and replaying it, then showing my friends the game.

But there are good things to note, but those things were noted at the beginning of this review. Rating:

-No Replay Value
-Useless Hint Option
-Poor Grouping Organization
+Features Old and New Episodes
+Fun to play, for a bit.

Final Score: 7/10, 4/5. (Not equal, but 3 felt low)

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