Doodle Devil Game Released for Windows 8, 10, Download Now
Back in December, 2012, we have given an extensive review to the popular game Doodle God. Now, another game from the “Doodle” series gets released on the Windows Store – Doodle Devil. Read below for more details about it.
As I have just said, there are many “Doodle” games in the Windows Store – Doodle God, Doodle God Blitz, Doodle Kingdom and now Doodle Devil, yet another highly addictive puzzle game, gets launched in the Windows Store. The game comes with an approximate size of 130 megabytes and is available for $2.99. Recently launched, it already obtained a 4.2 rating from more than 60 reviewers. Some of you might have received the app earlier, as it appears to be a revamped second version of the game.
Solve puzzles in style on Windows 8 with Doodle Devil
Embrace your dark side! While Doodle God was creating the universe, Doodle Devil was also having some fun. The same addictive, puzzle game play that made Doodle God a hit is back but with an evil twist. Discover the seven deadly sins and watch as the world crumbles at your fingertips as you create thousands of dastardly deeds. Combine fire, earth, water & air to create demons, beasts, & zombies… and much more!
The game has been a big hit among iOS and Android users, so, naturally, to make sure nobody gets left out, the developer has released the new version for Windows 8 users, as well. The game comes with many interesting features, such as devil slots with devil coins, the ability to mold the combinations of fire, earth, wind and air to create the universe and an ontuitive one-click gameplay.
There are hundreds of interesting, funny and thought-provoking quotes and sayings and even a new Demon mode that has been made available with version 2.0. The single downside that this game has is the fact that there’s no free trial available, so you either pay or play or you don’t play at all.
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