The thirst of human beings to become the ultimate power in the world has been growing very rapidly. Not only is the race trying to understand the phenomenon controlled by the ultimate one – God but also trying to govern over it. As of now the technology residing in the race is not good enough to do the same physically but the American game developers have definitely given the power virtually. The Joybits game development company has developed a game called the Doodle GOD Game in which the user playing the game plays the god and has the power of developing from the basic elements of matter.
JoyBits, Ltd. is the pioneer in game development on Russian’s mobile market and successful PC-casual developer for now. Founded in 2002, Saint-Petersburg, the company has released over 40 mobile apps, including first Russian branded mobile games (FC Zenit, DIXIS), and award-winning Silent Storm Mobile (Nival Int), Disciples Mobile (Glu Mobile), as well as dozen porting of casual games (Snowy Puzzle Island, AirStrike, Birds on a Wire).
With Doodle God™ you can create storms, build armies, grow a civilization and… drink vodka! 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! However, 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.
115 is a lot of combinations, but it’s also a finite number. This means that some combos you’d expect to make something simply don’t because the end result wasn’t included in the 115. Inversely, some of the combinations don’t make the least bit of sense. I understand how fire and oil make energy, and I love that combining life and corpse creates a zombie, but how on earth does combining life and stone make an egg? Or bacteria and swamp to make sulphur?
The real enthralling features of the game besides it unique concept are some that will interest any good gamer on the iPhone- the ability to mould the basic material elements like earth, fire, water and air in different elements of his choice, gives the gamer an experience that he cannot forget easily. After all who does not like becoming God? The gameplay options are simple and creative and mostly require only one touch on the screen. The gameplay options are very well developed and generate thoughtful gameplay from its gamers. After every new element is generated the game shows a pop up that has the funniest, most interesting and thought provoking quotes etched on it.
The game is compatible with iPhone and iPod touch having iOS 3.0 or above. The game requires a 7.9 MB space on your smartphone so make sure that you have that much space left on your smartphone before downloading it from the iTunes app store.
The relatively low level of challenge makes this a lazy afternoon sort of game, complete with mellow music to help you unwind. It’s a different approach on the puzzle genre, and while not quite as complex as some people might like, it’s a relaxing little game that’s easy on the eyes and also on the brains.