It is a safe bet that not many might have been familiar with the concept of doodles before Google started update its home page logos, and before the mobile gaming revolution.

Another niche that games on mobile devices have made their own, is of titles that make use of doodles and sketches. Countless are now available, many climbing to the top of the store charts. And we can add another one to the list. Doodle Creatures HD.

The latest title from the makers of such hits like Doodle God and Doodle Kingdom, comes another puzzle game that has you scanning animals for DNA and then using it to combine different animal traits and create new species.

The official description explains it better:

“What happens if you combine an elephant with a flamingo? In Doodle Creatures you can find out as you create hundreds of fantastic and unique Creatures by combining different animals. Play Doctor and scan hundreds of animals DNA which allows you to combine different animal traits to create new Creatures. Take the speed of a cheetah and combine with flying ability of an eagle.”

Although this concept was tried before in Impossible Creatures, which Relic Entertainment created back in 2003, in partnership with Microsoft, this is a casual implementation — and a rich casual implementation, at that.

The main objective of the game is to discover all 127 animals in 14 different groups. High production values mean that you are going to have a blast doing so.

You can download this game as a free trial, and the full version retails for $2.99. Support for all modern versions of Windows is on offer, including tablet devices powered by Windows RT.

Click here to check out Doodle Creatures HD on the Windows Store.

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  1. Emily Williams / May 23, 2014 at 1:15 pm /Reply

    Sounds pretty neat! I’ve never heard of this concept before, but it’s different. My only gripe is that it’s $2.99. Oh well, I guess I can try out the free trial.

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