Having played the original Doodle God previously, I was prepared to know somewhat of how to beat the game and with this prior knowledge, I was able to beat a large amount of the earlier content with ease. The other content in the game; however, was not much different. While I did not know exactly how to beat it, it was the same old, same old of picking two tiles and seeing if that makes something new. Sometimes they did, sometimes they did not and I found myself chugging along just trying to finish it. The game provided entertainment for about 35-45 minutes until it just got plain boring and was not interesting to play. I did finish the game and it took me about 5 hours, but if you have played previous installments, you might not even get that out of this game. Whether you are just starting the game or at the very end of it, it boils down to being a glorified tile matching game that really should not have been ported to console. The concept worked great on mobile and I feel that is because not many people game on their phones for hours upon hours. They get bored and then they open these kinds of games and play for maybe an hour at most and it satisfies them. This is one of those titles that should have just stayed in the mobile world and not made its way into the console demographic, it just doesn’t work.
Note: A copy of this game was provided for the purpose of the review.
FINAL sCORE: 3/10
-Priced too High
-Just play it on mobile