Doodle God: Genesis Secrets

Doodle God: Genesis Secrets

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If you loved the award winning Doodle God or any of the games in the Doodle series, you’ll have to try the new Doodle God Genesis Secrets. Players of all ages will enjoy a hidden object game mode with a unique Doodle God twist! Create an entire universe by mixing and matching different combinations of earth, wind, air and fire.

Of course, the universe was not created in a day. You’ll have to work your way up from simple microorganisms and elements to more complicated animals, tools and even armies. Creator beware, this kind of power may have unintended consequences as creating something as harmless as the wheel could lead to a zombie plague… Fortunately, you are not alone on this cosmic journey. The greatest philosophers and comedians of all time are here to impart their wit and wisdom to help you on your way.

  • NEW Hidden Object mode offers a twist!
  • NEW Visual Planet mode – see your planet come alive!
  • Create 300+ advanced items and concepts
  • Hundreds of funny and thought-provoking quotes
  • New achievements

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 341 MB

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Doodle God: Genesis Secrets 3.4 5 7 7
Very original addicting game I think this is an excellent original and thought provoking game. At first I was frustrated over the logic in the combinations until I caught on. It doesn't have to be what the elements are actually made up of. It is kind of a play on words or association type game. Trying to figure out what things you can combine together to make a creation, or starting out with a particular item in mind and figuring out how do you produce it. It is not reality so don't get out your chemistry books. You have to use your imagination and play around with word associations to be clever to create an object. It comes with an inventory list of all the elements you have created so you don't have to remember what created what. I think this one is better than the last Doodle god I tried so I bought this one. The main game gives so many elements to discover in three distinct categories. The beginning of creation, technologies, and Modern Age. The beginning alone has 197 combinations to discover. I haven't gotten to tech or modern age yet but I am anticipating a long game play. They also have four side games: HO, Quests, Artifacts, and Puzzles. HO you can play over and over again to earn manna which is great so you can buy hints and other game play help. There is no real money involved so ignore one of the reviews which state it is a pay to play. Maybe there is an app out there somewhere and it is being confused with this pc version. Another side game is Quests. So just like in the 3 main games, there are three quests: Save the Princess, Survivor and Great Inventions. So far I've only tried Survivor. In Survivor you have to escape off an island using combinations to make products just like in the main game. The quests are fun in that these give you an exact goal surrounding a theme instead of just a specific number of creations you must discover. Next there are Artifacts which give you a picture and word hint and you have to figure it out submitting various combinations from your index of items. Then last side category is Puzzles. There are 5 puzzles. One is Create Cupid's Bow. They are short little puzzles which you get a certain amount of objects and you only get to use them once to come up with the final product. Cupids bow gives you 3 angels a tree, a beast and Cupid. Overall this game is definitely worth the buy if you like thinking games. The game graphics and design are superb. I'm glad I bought it and gave myself some time to sink in to the concept. It became a very addictive and enjoyable, relaxing trivia game. December 15, 2015
Give this one a try for something different! I am so glad that I tried this game. It is adorable and quirky and a lot of fun. It is really different from what is usually on offer and I am really enjoying it. It is very clever and thought provoking without being tediously tricky and hard. You work to build a world by combining elements. Some of the combinations are very easy to figure out, and others are surprising and many of the ones that I have found accidentally have made me laugh and think 'of course! How funny!' There are hidden object scenes, but you choose how many of them to do, and it is not (thankfully) the focus of the game. It looks like there are going to be hours and hours of gameplay here. If you try one more new game this year, take a chance on this one! It really is a hidden gem! December 18, 2015
This Game Makes You Think I totally get this game, but it's not really a Hidden Object game as stated It does have Hidden Object games to unlock, one type in particular I thought was very unique, challenging and entertaining. There are the usual listed items to find as well as silhouetted shape finds, the third type is something I have never seen done before. Two icons are shown that require you to either find the object of which the two pictures would produce if combined ( such as fire and a bird=a phoenix) or the missing object could be one of the two elements before the equation ( Blank and seeds=a tree) The HO's however are unlocked during the main game which has nothing to do with Hidden Objects. There are three different categories, the Stone age, the Middle Ages and the Modern age. To advance you must combine different Elements starting with the basics, Earth, Water, Fire and Air, to evolve and make 197 different elements. If you combine Earth with Fire you will get a Volcano as a sub-category, those sub-categories can then be combined with other elements to make even more elements. Eventually you will create dust, swamps, steam, stone, metal, glass, bricks, weather elements, tools, plasma, electricity and eventually life itself, with bacteria, eggs, lizards, dinosaurs and humans. You are given special quests as you progress to challenge you such as making grass, bricks, or clay, for which you will receive bonus points when you do. You can use the points earned to purchase three different types of hints-one that shows you elements that could be used-one that shows you two groups where elements will react-and one that will automatically perform 1 random reaction. You can also earn bonuses that will help you such as a bonus that will eliminate all unnecessary elements. You can earn up to 15 Achievements or awards, and eventually unlock Quests or mini games along with the Hidden Object puzzles. This is a simple game, but I enjoyed the challenge of figuring out which two elements to combine, especially when trying to discover a specific element to complete a task. There's no penalty for combining incorrectly, and sometimes you are plain old surprised when two random elements produce a new element, enjoy! December 9, 2015
Great fun, but be cautious I am an avid Doodle God fan, and have downloaded almost all of the versions on my pad, so when I saw this version I immediately bought it, because I know the quality has never let me down. Neither did this. If you have played the game before, let me tell you this though. It is the same. It is basically the same as the original Doodle God. So unless you are me, who can never remember all of the hundred of combinations and love to try to rememebr it, be cautious if you consider buying it. The game basics are easy, Doodle God creates the universe, and your task/mission is to pretty much assist him by cobining elements. This can be either logical, like stone grinding down to sand by water (think beaches) or moss and swamp creates fern (?). It's still a rather clever and addicting game so playing should be easy because it doesn't need a ton of explanations. To see the progress of the game you are given a globe that will evolve as the game progresses and more stuff is added each combination you discover. There are also quests to be unlocked and a hidden object to earn extra energy. Now this is where my critics will arrive. Be wary, energy is used to buy hints that are very useful as new players for whenever you get stuck, but much like the app version, you do so with real money. Energy can be earned (and I recommend doing so through quite easy hidden object scenes) but by the time you have earned enough, I am pretty sure more than half of you will be sick of the fact that only one scene can be used. (The rest have to be unlocked later in the game so you basically get stuck with one scene). Hidden objects scenes are finding objects hinted by text, pictures or combinations. The combination part can be evry tricky if you are new to the game, as you probably have not discovered any of these before. Another minus is the lack of quests and extra things you can do. To what I can see, based on about 40min of playing, there are less side quests than the original app. I also think it is kind of cheating to call a game hidden object and only include a total of three HO scenes, yes... 3. In overall, I still like Doodle God and I am probably quite an oddball in doing so. I do recommend this game, but I know it will not be for everyone, so I recommend that you definitely give it a FREE try and test whether you like this kind of gameplay or not. December 9, 2015
Pretty but broken I like doodle god games and I was excited to play this one. I knew it would be roughly the same game and I dont mind it but there are a few play qualities that annoy me and the game itself is mostly broken. The worst: - I can't find how to exit the game except by Alt+F4 - rookie mistake for a developer - I've crashed the game more than half a dozen times since I started playing. I believe my playtime is less than an hour. The Good: - The graphics are really nice. They did a good job on the UI although some of it is a bit clunky. - Matching elements is a lot more fun than previous versions Overall, its a bit too glitchy to play and be satisfied. If you're a veteran to the series, you'll see nothing particularly new other than some small mini games but if you enjoyed the series before you'll enjoy this one too. If given the opportunity, would I buy it again...no. December 31, 2015
Not much has changed This game has not really moved on since the first game I played on my tablet around 3 or so years ago. It is just a case of matching the elements to other elements to try and create a new one. Whilst they have tried innovations with this version such as HO and other mini-games, its essence is still the same as others in the series and for that I can?t really recommend the game. The soundbites are still the same and there doesn?t seem to be many enhancements from previous incarnations. I mean how many times can you release what is in essence the same game with a few minor tweaks. One thing that really surprised me was the fact that a modern game didn?t adapt to the fact that I have my mouse buttons swapped, thus I had to do everything ?back to front? as it were, (I am left-handed), for a modern release game this is really an unforgivable oversight. I persevered for around 10 minutes but there is only so much matching that you can do before you get bored. I guess if I had pursued it, it may have got more interesting but the fact that I didn?t want to, kind of speaks volumes. I personally wouldn?t recommend this game, especially if you have played previous incarnations. If you can get if for around 1, $1 on a tablet app store then a possibility. December 9, 2015
More Of A Sim Game Than Hidden Object ... Quirky Graphics & Sound OK ... A Sim Game With A Mix Of Other Game Types In An Attempt To Make Boring Interesting ... But It Didn't Work Any Magic For Me, I Would Sooner Play With An Old School Chemistry Set ... Not Going To Give Up A Voucher For This One ... I Don't Mind Quirky, But It Needs To Be Entertaining ... December 13, 2015
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