The first series of the game involves decorating the planet with things — both magical and material. When you are done with that series, you can also complete some quests with a variety of themes. Some puzzles and artifacts can also add to the fun.
The classic format of Doodle God involves four stages: Beginning, Technology, Modern Age, and the World of Magic. Beginning merely narrates the creation story of the world which came from the four basic elements (Fire, Water, Air, and Earth). In Technology, human beings were know created by Doodle God. Most of the things in this stage focuses on the achievements of humankind that invented our present civilization. On the third stage, the world of magic and science were separated. Thus, Modern Age mimics the enlightenment period of Europe and World of Magic shows a backtrack of what was happening in the past. Otherwise, World of Magic could be interpreted as a totally separate world of ideas — a den of spiritual fantasies.
They have also introduced some other series following the classic concept of the game: Doodle Creatures, Doodle Devil, and Doodle Kingdom.
Doodle Creatures is an extension of the creation of animals or any life forms mixing them together forming hybrids. The creatures could be mythical or genetically modified. Quite a bit scary — remember the chimera of Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood? Some also were just following the course of nature through natural selection of evolution and reproduction through breeding. More or less like a fun review of Biology and Genetics.
Doodle Devil , most likely, is the total opposite of Doodle God. It lets you embrace your dark side. By doing so, you will have a glimpse of hell and the black hole of whirling negative emotions. Don’t worry though. To conquer evil, you must know evil itself. Perhaps, a little exposure would be a good exercise.
Doodle Kingdom takes you back to the Medieval times where towns and cities were once ruled by monarchs. Prevalent of those times were the epic legends of mighty warriors and powerful wizards battling against some mythical monsters like the dragon. It brought “superstitions” back to life — the period when “magic” was a common thing to believe.
By the way, the logo of the game looks a bit disturbing for some because it resembles the illuminati meme of the “all-seeing eye”. You might feel a little awkward because of “playing God”. However, it’s a matter of perspective. For me, the game is a certified stress reliever and mind refresher of our basic lessons.
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