Doodle Kingdom

It's time to get MEDIEVAL! In this new fantasy brain-teaser where you can create your own Kingdom with Castles, Knights, Warlocks and Dragons! Great for gamers of ALL ages. Daring adventure awaits you in this fantasy world where you can breed and raise four different types of Dragons, return the family castle to prosperity or defile flowering lands as a Necromancer. The famous Doodle series puzzle game play has been completely re-imagined in this ALL ages fantasy adventure. Create a New Kingdom Today!

Eventually, you will earn Bonuses that help you with hints, or Block elements that have already been created my favorite There is an Icon to the left under the lightbulbs that will show you which icon were already combined and what they created just the ones that worked I actually enjoy these games but they are all basically the same, with the exception of Doodle God: Solitaire and Doodle God Griddlers, so I don't really see a need to buy another version. On the contrary, the concept is rather brilliant, but I feel the execution is a tad lacking. There are no bells or whistles to this game so if you are looking for a fast-paced game, this will bore you to tears. I don't like that you have to click on the treasure chests. It may seem boring to a lot of gamers, but it can be quite challenging to find combinations that work and to create new Categories. I've lost count of how many episodes of Doodle God have been released, but if you've played one, this one won't provide much that's new to you. All of the games have a daily sign in feature but after a certain amount of time, this one stops appearing to you all together. Overall, this isn't a bad game. The Third Mode is: My Hero, where your character moves and fights on his own except for on bosses where you have to tap the screen when a vertical line moving left to right back and forth enters the zone Maybe some little kid might have fun with this mode? Which delighted me and made me want to continue trying combinations. I definitely recommend giving the demo a shot, you may be surprised to discover you like discovering! And some combinations seem logical, yet they don't work.

That is very bad considering it is the main way to get gems without in-app purchases and the Hero mode only gives 2 per chest. Some are humorous, others make you stop and think. All of the games have a daily sign in feature but after a certain amount of time, this one stops appearing to you all together. If you put some thought into it, you can create some pretty unusual things, all of the Elements and even Ghosts and Zombies! It should, right? I'd rather have some sort of turn based rpg mode that involves elements that you've discovered in the other modes of play. Theandykat , It's ok, but it's not worth spending money to buy 2 hour game, and I regret buying it : There are three modes to this game. I don't like that you have to click on the treasure chests. They have story to them, which is nice. That said, these games are entertaining, not just for the dopamine rush when a combination is successful, but also because the developer has chosen any number of quotes to accompany each elements. Eventually, you will earn Bonuses that help you with hints, or Block elements that have already been created my favorite There is an Icon to the left under the lightbulbs that will show you which icon were already combined and what they created just the ones that worked I actually enjoy these games but they are all basically the same, with the exception of Doodle God: Solitaire and Doodle God Griddlers, so I don't really see a need to buy another version. On the contrary, the concept is rather brilliant, but I feel the execution is a tad lacking. Overall, this isn't a bad game. Which delighted me and made me want to continue trying combinations. Still, I can't help but think that the Doodle God games miss tons of opportunities to be creative.


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I've lost count of how many episodes of Doodle God have been released, but if you've played one, this one won't provide much that's new to you. They have story to them, Doodle Kingdom is nice. There are no bells or whistles to this game so if you are looking for a fast-paced game, this will bore you to tears. I'd rather have some sort of turn based rpg mode that involves elements that you've discovered Jewel Quest Solitaire the other modes of play. This game has elements and 13 groups that the elements fall into. When that issue is fixed, the game will be back to its glory. There are 14 Achievements available and Elements to Create under 13 different Groups or Categories. Eventually, you will earn Bonuses that help you with hints, or Block elements that have already been created my favorite There is an Icon to the left under the lightbulbs that will show you which icon were Doodle Kingdom Rescue Team 5 and what they created just the ones that worked I actually enjoy these games but they are all basically the same, with the exception of Doodle God: Solitaire and Doodle God Griddlers, so I don't really see a need to buy another version. These Hints can be used as often as you'd like but they do have to recharge. Which delighted me and made me want to continue trying combinations. It may seem boring to a lot of gamers, but it can be quite challenging to find combinations that work and to create new Categories. You aren't penalized for random choices so you can click on all of them if you want, however, you'll get sarcastic messages from Flower Paradise voice that tells you to "create something already", or "what kind of beast are you trying to make" I'm a fan of sarcasm so I find this more humorous Doodle Kingdom annoying. If you put some thought into it, you can create some pretty unusual things, all of the Elements Zumas Revenge even Ghosts and Zombies! YMMV so give the demo a try, especially if you've never played this type of game. I love solving puzzles, so for me, Battle Slots is just a puzzle that requires some actual thought or you can just guess and see what happens All you have to do is click on 2 Category Tabs yes, they can also Doodle Kingdom the same 2 categories which will open up all sub-categories of the first tab chosen on the Left of the Book, and all tabs of the second one on the Right Side of the book.

There are no bells or whistles to this game so if you are looking for a fast-paced game, this will bore you to tears. There is one big issue. Some are humorous, others make you stop and think. And some combinations seem logical, yet they don't work. Eventually, you will earn Bonuses that help you with hints, or Block elements that have already been created my favorite There is an Icon to the left under the lightbulbs that will show you which icon were already combined and what they created just the ones that worked I actually enjoy these games but they are all basically the same, with the exception of Doodle God: Solitaire and Doodle God Griddlers, so I don't really see a need to buy another version. When that issue is fixed, the game will be back to its glory. If you put some thought into it, you can create some pretty unusual things, all of the Elements and even Ghosts and Zombies! It should, right? I always, once I've created fifty or so elements, have trouble remembering which ones are in what category, because that often seems capricious as well. I love solving puzzles, so for me, this is just a puzzle that requires some actual thought or you can just guess and see what happens All you have to do is click on 2 Category Tabs yes, they can also be the same 2 categories which will open up all sub-categories of the first tab chosen on the Left of the Book, and all tabs of the second one on the Right Side of the book. I'd rather have some sort of turn based rpg mode that involves elements that you've discovered in the other modes of play. It is like the traditional Doodle God and other Doodle games. They have story to them, which is nice. Theandykat , It's ok, but it's not worth spending money to buy 2 hour game, and I regret buying it : There are three modes to this game. Overall, this isn't a bad game.

Which delighted me and made me want to continue trying combinations. There are 14 Achievements available and Elements to Create under 13 different Groups or Categories. Gems of Magic: Lost Family is one big issue. And some combinations seem logical, yet they don't work. There are never any instructions but it's easy to figure Doodle Kingdom the mechanics. On the contrary, the concept is rather brilliant, but I feel the execution is a tad lacking. The Fantasy World Magic allows you to create fantasy-related things like unicorns and wizards as well as elements while this version has a mixture of both.


It may seem boring to a lot of gamers, but it can be quite challenging to find combinations that work and to create new Categories. There are no bells or whistles to this game so if you are looking for a fast-paced game, this will bore you to tears. The first quest has 45 elements fitting into 6 groups The second quest has 43 elements fitting into 6 groups The third quest has you 'raise' 4 different dragons and it has 47 total elements or 28 elements if you don't want to count each stage of the dragon more than once. I've lost count of how many episodes of Doodle God have been released, but if you've played one, this one won't provide much that's new to you. They have story to them, which is nice. I love solving puzzles, so for me, this is just a puzzle that requires some actual thought or you can just guess and see what happens All you have to do is click on 2 Category Tabs yes, they can also be the same 2 categories which will open up all sub-categories of the first tab chosen on the Left of the Book, and all tabs of the second one on the Right Side of the book. Theandykat , It's ok, but it's not worth spending money to buy 2 hour game, and I regret buying it : There are three modes to this game. Some combinations are fairly obvious, while others are a bit obscure. There are 7 groups, 4 of them are the 4 dragons, so it's kind of like 3 groups and then the dragons. This game has elements and 13 groups that the elements fall into. I always, once I've created fifty or so elements, have trouble remembering which ones are in what category, because that often seems capricious as well. Eventually, you will earn Bonuses that help you with hints, or Block elements that have already been created my favorite There is an Icon to the left under the lightbulbs that will show you which icon were already combined and what they created just the ones that worked I actually enjoy these games but they are all basically the same, with the exception of Doodle God: Solitaire and Doodle God Griddlers, so I don't really see a need to buy another version.

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5 thoughts on “Doodle Kingdom

  1. That is very bad considering it is the main way to get gems without in-app purchases and the Hero mode only gives 2 per chest. Some are humorous, others make you stop and think. Theandykat , It's ok, but it's not worth spending money to buy 2 hour game, and I regret buying it : There are three modes to this game. There are never any instructions but it's easy to figure out the mechanics. Still, I can't help but think that the Doodle God games miss tons of opportunities to be creative.

  2. It is like the traditional Doodle God and other Doodle games. Rated 3 out of 5 by LunaNik from You really only need one. When that issue is fixed, the game will be back to its glory.

  3. It should, right? Overall, this isn't a bad game. The second mode is Quests, which contains three mini versions of doodle God. That is very bad considering it is the main way to get gems without in-app purchases and the Hero mode only gives 2 per chest.

  4. I always, once I've created fifty or so elements, have trouble remembering which ones are in what category, because that often seems capricious as well. And some combinations seem logical, yet they don't work. I definitely recommend giving the demo a shot, you may be surprised to discover you like discovering!

  5. That said, these games are entertaining, not just for the dopamine rush when a combination is successful, but also because the developer has chosen any number of quotes to accompany each elements. Maybe they'll add more in future updates. The Fantasy World Magic allows you to create fantasy-related things like unicorns and wizards as well as elements while this version has a mixture of both. It may seem boring to a lot of gamers, but it can be quite challenging to find combinations that work and to create new Categories.

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