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Doodle God: Mighty Trio

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United together, three fellows became ingenious, so creative, that could invent really anything!
Unleash the power of amazing colorful elements to perform a miracle of creation! Blast these gems of elemental magic and fill your very own world with wonders and marvel! Create the flourishing life full of color, joy and sweetness!

- Connect colorful elements in chains and progress on the map!
- Combine base elements, such as fire, earth, air and water to create the entire new world!
- Play 100+ levels.
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JoyBits Ltd.
JoyBits Ltd.
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: AMD Atholon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4000+ or better / Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 2.0GHz or better
  • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI X1800 or better / nVidia 7800 or better / Intel 4100 or better. 512MB Video RAM
  • Storage: 45 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review Ok, Doodle. Charming and unobtrusive casual Match-3, which has a bright and colorful decoration, coupled with unpretentious and trivial gameplay. Ported directly from mobile platforms, this game is part of a vast anthology of puzzles under the general name Doodle, all episodes of which are united by a single concept of crafting with the help of certain improvised means. In Doodle God: Mighty Trio We have to combine the four elements-with the purpose of creating certain phenomena and elements necessary for passage-which is very native to Sticker Craft. Thus, the creative part of this game is a beautifully illustrated textbook on natural Science, introducing us to the basics of Genesis and the relationship of objects in nature. The Remaining part is ordinary Match-3, developing logic, inquiring and spatial thinking. Superbly designed navigation Map consists of a hundred game levels, representing a continuous boundless terrain, which as you pass will be able to get all the new details of the landscape-sand quarries, rocky grottoes, Impassable forests and thickets, marsh creeks, bubbling brooks and rumbling waterfalls... Each level is limited by three award marks, four categories of interactive objects-rain drops, fluffy clouds, flaming lights and miniature suns, as well as a certain number of moves. After each tenth level the conditions of the card will change, which adds to the game additional complexity and depth. It should also be noted that there is a built-in Fidbek with developers, because each level can be evaluated accordingly. Easy and relaxed cheerful atmosphere is achieved thanks to the use of accompanying musical instruments-flute, xylophone, bassoon and a call of percussion. Colorful Two-dimensional graphics are hand-drawn in a vector editor-with a really and a layout, which is due to the quality of light, meticulous detailing and saturated color-palette. The Standard for mobile Ports Mouse control and minimalistic interface are enclosed. And here there is a rudimentary game store, where you can buy crystals that give a boost to the number of moves. Also, the game has a starter booster in the form of a separate DLC, opening a bonus for each of the levels. Verdict: Unpretentious and casual Match-3, possessing a number of technical merits-despite the stay in the early access stage. It is Ideal for all age categories, because it has no censorship flaws and develops certain skills, acting as a kind of simulator for the brain and eyes. I strongly recommend to draw on Doodle God: Mighty Trio The most careful attention-the benefit, it is free and weighs no more than 50 Mb. P. S: A Huge thanks to the developer for giving a free copy of this game. ➤ Link to the previous review ❣ And if You liked these reviews, then feel free to subscribe to my game supervision on the corresponding page in the Steam Store. Also Join the group ♥ Nomie Games ♥, fully dedicated to my game reviews.
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