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Doodle Jump 2

Doodle Jump 2

Lima Sky LLC

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  • Simple, Charming, and Fun Dec 25, 2020

    By Auglee214
    To see our precious Doodle back after 10 whole years, cuter than ever, is an absolute joy. The game manages to feel new but just as perfect as its predecessor. My only two complaints are that collecting stars in previous themes won’t count to unlocking new ones and the platforms in some of the themes like the aviator and rain themes are the same as the classic theme, and thus feel less original. The dino theme manages to avoid this by changing the stationary ones while keeping the normal ones the same. Otherwise the game is absolutely perfect.
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By King Blasty
    Doodle Jump 2 is a very fun game! It's a lot more animated than the original Doodle Jump and I personally love that. I loved the original Doodle Jump it's what inspired me to draw more, and I think the monsters are really cute! Especially the Doodler. It's a bit more difficult too. Although, as others have said, the game has a few problems. The game has many ads and is missing the background art the original shared for some of the themes in the stages. Other than that, i love it! Great job!
  • Mar 26, 2021

    By Sohaib Ahmad
    An improvement to the first game. More animations and better game mechanics. Levels have been thought about as well and are more dynamic than before. The game is much harder compared to the first as well, which is a positive. A star collection system has been implemented to unlock new levels, which at face value is refreshing and makes the gameplay more tactical. However, at later levels, it feels like a grind. There should be stars rewarded when killing monsters to counteract this issue.
  • Honest opinion Apr 22, 2021

    By eternal potato
    So I’ve actually been a huge fan of doodle jump for over a decade. I’ve loved the simplicity of the game and was addicted from the very beginning. During the first game I was super impressed by the new styles being introduced and the different achievements and unlockables you could obtain. With Dood Jump 2 I feel like there’s a lot of wasted potential. Don’t get me wrong, I think some of the levels are really charming, but overwhelmingly there’s really no creative license with most the levels. Like the rain and final level! I would have loved little puddles on platforms that cause splashing animations and sounds as you boosted off of them, or a bit of thunder and lightning. It would have been so cool if there where platforms you had to avoid because lightning was about to strike it! Idk.. just lacking soul I guess. I’d like to add just how disappointed I was to not see any great creative backgrounds like on doodle jump 1. They where boring :/. And I know y’all have it in you! Don’t even get me started on the final stage lol. I don’t understand it’s theme at all. It was boring and just as significant as the first stage except of the annoying background music. I’m not trying to sound hyper critical of this game, because I honestly still love it. But I’m just so disappointed at the lack of challenges, unlockables and creativity put into some of the levels.
  • Mar 18, 2021

    By A Person
    Unexpectedly fun sequel! I never thought I'd see doodle jump 2, but honestly it's amazing that now it exists. I love the new style and gameplay elements, such as collecting stars to progress to a new level! My only real complaint is that a lot of the animations and sound effects are the same. Those could've definitely been updated, then it would really feel like a sequel.
  • Inferior sequel Feb 25, 2021

    By Norki21
    I still play the original Doodle Jump, so I was excited to get the sequel. Firstly, the 5$ price tag for no ads, compared to the original’s 1$ full game is pretty steep. Secondly, this game is about 10x more annoying and chance-dependent than the first. Beating your high score is more about luck than personal improvement, sure you can memorize the patterns, but some are very conniving. The game has a myriad ways of forcing you to jump into a black hole, from traps placed all around it, to springs and elevator platforms that send you directly into them. My second try at the rain level I got 5.4k score, which I’ve yet to get close to since, cause that run I happened to get reasonably lucky with the layout. Lastly, where’s the stats screen? The first game had a great little stats screen with your personal statistics, averages, ways you died, etc. Seems like something a sequel could at least carry over, if not outright improve. Yet here, it’s just gone. Overall the game is alright. I like the new challenges, platforms, etc. I don’t mind the star collection to advance in levels, actually. But the pure chance of some of these patterns is pretty frustrating. When someone like AWPrince, who scored 20million on the original DoodleJump is only getting 10x my score, I think it speaks volumes.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By ThatCatJizo
    It's pretty fun. If you want an ad-free experience, just turn off your internet connection. My main problem is that i had higher expectations. There are different themes for levels, but that's about all there is. Everything's just reskinned monsters and platforms. There aren't any rewards besides unlocking new levels after grinding for stars all day. I wished there were cosmetics and achievements, and I wished with each level came a unique monster or a new obstacle, not just reskins.
  • Fun game but a few issues Jan 27, 2021

    By Hfgjgffhhjjffhjjgddfsserhhj
    It’s really fun and I’ve already played it a whole lot. However there are some things that need to be addressed I feel like. I do like the difficulty increase from doodle jump one and the mechanics feel good after playing with them for a while. One thing I personally have an issue with though is the jet pack feels too much of a RNG way to die right now. When you get out of the jet pack you have an extremely small amount of time to react and can lead to deaths where you can’t get to a platform quick enough or the platform you want to land on disappears off the screen as you land. It’s not a big issue but it makes me not want to pick up the jet pack. Overall though the game is great and I love how the breakable platforms break the platforms below, it’s really satisfying.
  • A Good Followup to Doodle Jump Jan 17, 2021

    By Keyman44
    Having played the original Doodle Jump since 2011 and thoroughly enjoying it, I can safely safely say that the sequel is a good follow up. The overall level design is still easy to pick up but significantly harder to master. Having high scores attached to each level is also a nice touch, and requiring players to unlock each level with stars is a nice incentive to discover and master each level. That being said, there are a few things that prevents me from giving the game a perfect score. For one, there are many features from the original game that are missing, including achievements, multiplayer races and tournaments. The levels themselves, while fun to play through, feel like a lazy re-skinning of the first level (in contrast to the expressive ad creative levels in the first). Finally, there are instances of trap placement that feel legitimately impossible to bypass. Overall though, this is a good game in which I feel the negatives I pointed out will be patched up in future updates. I would recommend trying it (but be prepared to either deal with constant ads or fork over $5 to permanently get rid of them)
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By ahmed hani
    Great game, the main goal is to open themes, there are no skins or anything that will improve your gameplay, and for me that's what I want, I don't want to be concerned to open expensive characters in every theme like the original game instead I would rather have fun and chilling while opening themes. If you have a similar taste like me then you would probably love it.
  • Simple, Charming, and Fun Dec 25, 2020

    By Auglee214
    To see our precious Doodle back after 10 whole years, cuter than ever, is an absolute joy. The game manages to feel new but just as perfect as its predecessor. My only two complaints are that collecting stars in previous themes won’t count to unlocking new ones and the platforms in some of the themes like the aviator and rain themes are the same as the classic theme, and thus feel less original. The dino theme manages to avoid this by changing the stationary ones while keeping the normal ones the same. Otherwise the game is absolutely perfect.
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By King Blasty
    Doodle Jump 2 is a very fun game! It's a lot more animated than the original Doodle Jump and I personally love that. I loved the original Doodle Jump it's what inspired me to draw more, and I think the monsters are really cute! Especially the Doodler. It's a bit more difficult too. Although, as others have said, the game has a few problems. The game has many ads and is missing the background art the original shared for some of the themes in the stages. Other than that, i love it! Great job!
  • Mar 26, 2021

    By Sohaib Ahmad
    An improvement to the first game. More animations and better game mechanics. Levels have been thought about as well and are more dynamic than before. The game is much harder compared to the first as well, which is a positive. A star collection system has been implemented to unlock new levels, which at face value is refreshing and makes the gameplay more tactical. However, at later levels, it feels like a grind. There should be stars rewarded when killing monsters to counteract this issue.
  • Honest opinion Apr 22, 2021

    By eternal potato
    So I’ve actually been a huge fan of doodle jump for over a decade. I’ve loved the simplicity of the game and was addicted from the very beginning. During the first game I was super impressed by the new styles being introduced and the different achievements and unlockables you could obtain. With Dood Jump 2 I feel like there’s a lot of wasted potential. Don’t get me wrong, I think some of the levels are really charming, but overwhelmingly there’s really no creative license with most the levels. Like the rain and final level! I would have loved little puddles on platforms that cause splashing animations and sounds as you boosted off of them, or a bit of thunder and lightning. It would have been so cool if there where platforms you had to avoid because lightning was about to strike it! Idk.. just lacking soul I guess. I’d like to add just how disappointed I was to not see any great creative backgrounds like on doodle jump 1. They where boring :/. And I know y’all have it in you! Don’t even get me started on the final stage lol. I don’t understand it’s theme at all. It was boring and just as significant as the first stage except of the annoying background music. I’m not trying to sound hyper critical of this game, because I honestly still love it. But I’m just so disappointed at the lack of challenges, unlockables and creativity put into some of the levels.
  • Mar 18, 2021

    By A Person
    Unexpectedly fun sequel! I never thought I'd see doodle jump 2, but honestly it's amazing that now it exists. I love the new style and gameplay elements, such as collecting stars to progress to a new level! My only real complaint is that a lot of the animations and sound effects are the same. Those could've definitely been updated, then it would really feel like a sequel.
  • Inferior sequel Feb 25, 2021

    By Norki21
    I still play the original Doodle Jump, so I was excited to get the sequel. Firstly, the 5$ price tag for no ads, compared to the original’s 1$ full game is pretty steep. Secondly, this game is about 10x more annoying and chance-dependent than the first. Beating your high score is more about luck than personal improvement, sure you can memorize the patterns, but some are very conniving. The game has a myriad ways of forcing you to jump into a black hole, from traps placed all around it, to springs and elevator platforms that send you directly into them. My second try at the rain level I got 5.4k score, which I’ve yet to get close to since, cause that run I happened to get reasonably lucky with the layout. Lastly, where’s the stats screen? The first game had a great little stats screen with your personal statistics, averages, ways you died, etc. Seems like something a sequel could at least carry over, if not outright improve. Yet here, it’s just gone. Overall the game is alright. I like the new challenges, platforms, etc. I don’t mind the star collection to advance in levels, actually. But the pure chance of some of these patterns is pretty frustrating. When someone like AWPrince, who scored 20million on the original DoodleJump is only getting 10x my score, I think it speaks volumes.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By ThatCatJizo
    It's pretty fun. If you want an ad-free experience, just turn off your internet connection. My main problem is that i had higher expectations. There are different themes for levels, but that's about all there is. Everything's just reskinned monsters and platforms. There aren't any rewards besides unlocking new levels after grinding for stars all day. I wished there were cosmetics and achievements, and I wished with each level came a unique monster or a new obstacle, not just reskins.
  • Fun game but a few issues Jan 27, 2021

    By Hfgjgffhhjjffhjjgddfsserhhj
    It’s really fun and I’ve already played it a whole lot. However there are some things that need to be addressed I feel like. I do like the difficulty increase from doodle jump one and the mechanics feel good after playing with them for a while. One thing I personally have an issue with though is the jet pack feels too much of a RNG way to die right now. When you get out of the jet pack you have an extremely small amount of time to react and can lead to deaths where you can’t get to a platform quick enough or the platform you want to land on disappears off the screen as you land. It’s not a big issue but it makes me not want to pick up the jet pack. Overall though the game is great and I love how the breakable platforms break the platforms below, it’s really satisfying.
  • A Good Followup to Doodle Jump Jan 17, 2021

    By Keyman44
    Having played the original Doodle Jump since 2011 and thoroughly enjoying it, I can safely safely say that the sequel is a good follow up. The overall level design is still easy to pick up but significantly harder to master. Having high scores attached to each level is also a nice touch, and requiring players to unlock each level with stars is a nice incentive to discover and master each level. That being said, there are a few things that prevents me from giving the game a perfect score. For one, there are many features from the original game that are missing, including achievements, multiplayer races and tournaments. The levels themselves, while fun to play through, feel like a lazy re-skinning of the first level (in contrast to the expressive ad creative levels in the first). Finally, there are instances of trap placement that feel legitimately impossible to bypass. Overall though, this is a good game in which I feel the negatives I pointed out will be patched up in future updates. I would recommend trying it (but be prepared to either deal with constant ads or fork over $5 to permanently get rid of them)
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By ahmed hani
    Great game, the main goal is to open themes, there are no skins or anything that will improve your gameplay, and for me that's what I want, I don't want to be concerned to open expensive characters in every theme like the original game instead I would rather have fun and chilling while opening themes. If you have a similar taste like me then you would probably love it.
  • Mar 4, 2021

    By That Local Pessimist
    Severely altered physics, lowered sensitivity and a shift to a more 'bouncy' animation style compared to the stiff scrawlings of a DOODLE. The first one is still a great nostalgia trip. Don't waste your time on this one, there are only 8 levels with nothing novel, nothing you can't experience from the Ad-Optional first. Speaking of ads, they're omnipresent. I implore Lima Sky to look at what made the first so memorable, and until sweeping changes are made, I recommend you don't try it. 1/10
  • Mar 30, 2021

    By Winteg8
    Disappointing. In the new game, the jumping animation was changed. The gyroscopic controls are less responsive than in the original, so controlling the Doodler is harder. Moreover, any platform that's lower than the last-jumped-on platform disappears below the screen. This makes the game a lot harder and leaves no room for error. The game has 8 levels that are unlocked by collecting stars throughout levels. But the levels don't provide more opportunities to collect stars as you go higher.
  • Feb 25, 2021

    By Derek Madge
    Action is improved and more challenging than version 1. First three fails were fine. Then 30 second ad, about as long as play time. Then quick fail...ok. Another ad. Uninstalled and went back to the original. Doodle was the first game i put on my phone, years ago. Very addictive and free. Paid for Christmas Special which was great and gave a 2nd life. Wiped the phone and could not get Christmas special back . Only available for iOS. The magic is gone.

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  • Simple, Charming, and Fun Dec 25, 2020

    By Auglee214
    To see our precious Doodle back after 10 whole years, cuter than ever, is an absolute joy. The game manages to feel new but just as perfect as its predecessor. My only two complaints are that collecting stars in previous themes won’t count to unlocking new ones and the platforms in some of the themes like the aviator and rain themes are the same as the classic theme, and thus feel less original. The dino theme manages to avoid this by changing the stationary ones while keeping the normal ones the same. Otherwise the game is absolutely perfect.
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By King Blasty
    Doodle Jump 2 is a very fun game! It's a lot more animated than the original Doodle Jump and I personally love that. I loved the original Doodle Jump it's what inspired me to draw more, and I think the monsters are really cute! Especially the Doodler. It's a bit more difficult too. Although, as others have said, the game has a few problems. The game has many ads and is missing the background art the original shared for some of the themes in the stages. Other than that, i love it! Great job!
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By ahmed hani
    Great game, the main goal is to open themes, there are no skins or anything that will improve your gameplay, and for me that's what I want, I don't want to be concerned to open expensive characters in every theme like the original game instead I would rather have fun and chilling while opening themes. If you have a similar taste like me then you would probably love it.
  • Feb 28, 2021

    By Griffen Campbell
    At first, I hated it because of the camera movement and uninstalled it. But once I got used to it I liked it. I do wish that you were more in the middle of the screen though instead of near the bottom, maybe they could add a feature to customize that. Or to get the original camera movement from DJ1 back. Also, I haven't seen any of those blue springy shoes that are in DJ1. Another thing, the artsytle is different than DJ1, in DJ1 it looked more like it was drawn with a colored pencil.
  • Mar 19, 2021

    By Dennis Pauly
    I liked the first one a lot already. The new game loop is nice and motivates more than before. However this feels more like a major update rather than a sequel. Also, the positioning of black holes is very bad. There's often no way to bypass them. Use of ads and in app purchases seem reasonable so far.
  • A nice update. I can’t wait for multiplayer! Dec 24, 2020

    By The Sigalert.com Team
    This is a fun game. If you enjoy the multiplayer and tournament features of the original, I’m afraid you won’t find those here. The single player game is at least as fun as the original (more fun in my opinion). They’ve amped up the difficulty, which is welcome since the original becomes too easy and repetitive after a bit of practice. The latest update now allows you to pay for an ad free experience, which was my primary complaint. Thank you.
  • AMAZING game, few problems Mar 15, 2021

    By aughhhhhh
    This game is a classic from the original one in 2008 I played. I love all the components that converted in the original one to this one like, jetpacks, springs, traps, and many more. I liked the high score bar and the local bar and the new monsters, the falling animation, cool platforms, and sick music! But, I’m very sad that they removed the spring shoes and some of the maps. I wonder why the dev did that but in the future I hope they could bring that back because, I really enjoyed that and I bet many people did to. Also, you can just turn the internet off and have no adds so your Basically paying 5 dollars for free. (Need to fix that) Also, I can’t wait for another update and new maps! This game is so fun of how simple the concept is and how it’s so fun. Overall, great game can’t wait for more updates! (Lima sky is best)
  • A worthy sequel with room to grow Apr 29, 2021

    By Michael Gordon Shapiro
    Super-fun and adorable, just like the original. The springier physics of DJ2 take some getting used to, but in short order feel natural. In fact, DJ1 now feels a little sluggish to me in comparison. I like the new levels, as well as star collection as a mechanic for unlocking new experiences. Downsides: the noticable repetition of platform “macros” and a confusingly understated final level. DJ1 underwent significant development during its life, and so I look forward to what the devs have planned for the future.
  • Feb 18, 2021

    By Razor - Back
    I love it , it adds better physics , better graphics , new monsters and levels, but there are 2 things that could grately improve the game : add settings and the achievements. Keep up the good work , gonna play it til' 1 AM )
  • Mar 10, 2021

    By Gabriel Stivale
    Nostalgaic fun! I used to love playing doodle jump and I was so glad when I saw there was a sequel. It's not all too different from the first, but I appreciate that- it adds a few updates but stays true to the original.
  • Mar 26, 2021

    By Sohaib Ahmad
    An improvement to the first game. More animations and better game mechanics. Levels have been thought about as well and are more dynamic than before. The game is much harder compared to the first as well, which is a positive. A star collection system has been implemented to unlock new levels, which at face value is refreshing and makes the gameplay more tactical. However, at later levels, it feels like a grind. There should be stars rewarded when killing monsters to counteract this issue.
  • Honest opinion Apr 22, 2021

    By eternal potato
    So I’ve actually been a huge fan of doodle jump for over a decade. I’ve loved the simplicity of the game and was addicted from the very beginning. During the first game I was super impressed by the new styles being introduced and the different achievements and unlockables you could obtain. With Dood Jump 2 I feel like there’s a lot of wasted potential. Don’t get me wrong, I think some of the levels are really charming, but overwhelmingly there’s really no creative license with most the levels. Like the rain and final level! I would have loved little puddles on platforms that cause splashing animations and sounds as you boosted off of them, or a bit of thunder and lightning. It would have been so cool if there where platforms you had to avoid because lightning was about to strike it! Idk.. just lacking soul I guess. I’d like to add just how disappointed I was to not see any great creative backgrounds like on doodle jump 1. They where boring :/. And I know y’all have it in you! Don’t even get me started on the final stage lol. I don’t understand it’s theme at all. It was boring and just as significant as the first stage except of the annoying background music. I’m not trying to sound hyper critical of this game, because I honestly still love it. But I’m just so disappointed at the lack of challenges, unlockables and creativity put into some of the levels.
  • Mar 18, 2021

    By A Person
    Unexpectedly fun sequel! I never thought I'd see doodle jump 2, but honestly it's amazing that now it exists. I love the new style and gameplay elements, such as collecting stars to progress to a new level! My only real complaint is that a lot of the animations and sound effects are the same. Those could've definitely been updated, then it would really feel like a sequel.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By ThatCatJizo
    It's pretty fun. If you want an ad-free experience, just turn off your internet connection. My main problem is that i had higher expectations. There are different themes for levels, but that's about all there is. Everything's just reskinned monsters and platforms. There aren't any rewards besides unlocking new levels after grinding for stars all day. I wished there were cosmetics and achievements, and I wished with each level came a unique monster or a new obstacle, not just reskins.
  • Fun game but a few issues Jan 27, 2021

    By Hfgjgffhhjjffhjjgddfsserhhj
    It’s really fun and I’ve already played it a whole lot. However there are some things that need to be addressed I feel like. I do like the difficulty increase from doodle jump one and the mechanics feel good after playing with them for a while. One thing I personally have an issue with though is the jet pack feels too much of a RNG way to die right now. When you get out of the jet pack you have an extremely small amount of time to react and can lead to deaths where you can’t get to a platform quick enough or the platform you want to land on disappears off the screen as you land. It’s not a big issue but it makes me not want to pick up the jet pack. Overall though the game is great and I love how the breakable platforms break the platforms below, it’s really satisfying.
  • A Good Followup to Doodle Jump Jan 17, 2021

    By Keyman44
    Having played the original Doodle Jump since 2011 and thoroughly enjoying it, I can safely safely say that the sequel is a good follow up. The overall level design is still easy to pick up but significantly harder to master. Having high scores attached to each level is also a nice touch, and requiring players to unlock each level with stars is a nice incentive to discover and master each level. That being said, there are a few things that prevents me from giving the game a perfect score. For one, there are many features from the original game that are missing, including achievements, multiplayer races and tournaments. The levels themselves, while fun to play through, feel like a lazy re-skinning of the first level (in contrast to the expressive ad creative levels in the first). Finally, there are instances of trap placement that feel legitimately impossible to bypass. Overall though, this is a good game in which I feel the negatives I pointed out will be patched up in future updates. I would recommend trying it (but be prepared to either deal with constant ads or fork over $5 to permanently get rid of them)
  • You know what’d be nice? Mar 12, 2021

    By Blueberry4121
    Some sort of story with the enemies. I think it’d be something really fun to have more if a reason for them being there other than “they just are.” I think it’d be awesome if they had some sort reason to try and knock “The Doodle” down, names for each one, and a log to keep track of how many of each type you’ve defeated. Also, it’d be nice to have something else to spend stars on. After you’ve unlocked all 8 worlds, there’s literally no purpose for them. It’d be cool if you could spend them on things like head starts, extra lives (1 per game), things like that Other than that I think this is a really good game 👍
  • Love this sequel! Mar 2, 2021

    By davemilllr
    doodle jump is one of my favorite games ever so I was happy to see the sequel and it’s super fun! Wish there were more worlds, and newer monsters to face but other than that it s a great game :) recently however, and the reason I’m not giving it 5 stars, is that it keeps telling me “connection to the scores server could not be made” which prevents me from checking any scores :( I tried deleting the app and redownloaded it but that o lay erased all my date so I have to start anew...maybe it’s just a tiny bug that’ll get fixed in a future update? Hope so! Because i love the conceptiva nature of this game. Great great game just please fix that scores bug it’s killin me!
  • Mar 5, 2021

    By nowalkerbait
    It's fun! The control does feel a little different than the original, but it's not that much of a problem. I also appreciate the fact that there are no microtransactions shoved in your face. One small nitpick I have is the background is always the same stale white with no distinction from the themes, unlike the original. All you have to do to make this game better is add more themes and more content overall, and I think this has a chance of being better than the original Doodle Jump!
  • Great sequel, but I found a possible bug. Feb 3, 2021

    By KoldKirby
    *SEE BOTTOM FOR BUG REPORT* Doodle Jump 2 is just like the original, get as high as you can, shoot monsters etc. But, with every new level you unlock, some new element is introduced(for example, sand platforms in level 3). My only complaint is that the star requirements to unlock each level get a little bit too much. 600 is going to take forever. Maybe make each level take 200 stars to unlock after the first 3? BUG REPORT On the iPhone SE(not the 2020 version), the screen size does not fill the entire screen. I’m assuming this is a bug, because on my sister’s iPhone 7, the entire screen is filled
  • Inferior sequel Feb 25, 2021

    By Norki21
    I still play the original Doodle Jump, so I was excited to get the sequel. Firstly, the 5$ price tag for no ads, compared to the original’s 1$ full game is pretty steep. Secondly, this game is about 10x more annoying and chance-dependent than the first. Beating your high score is more about luck than personal improvement, sure you can memorize the patterns, but some are very conniving. The game has a myriad ways of forcing you to jump into a black hole, from traps placed all around it, to springs and elevator platforms that send you directly into them. My second try at the rain level I got 5.4k score, which I’ve yet to get close to since, cause that run I happened to get reasonably lucky with the layout. Lastly, where’s the stats screen? The first game had a great little stats screen with your personal statistics, averages, ways you died, etc. Seems like something a sequel could at least carry over, if not outright improve. Yet here, it’s just gone. Overall the game is alright. I like the new challenges, platforms, etc. I don’t mind the star collection to advance in levels, actually. But the pure chance of some of these patterns is pretty frustrating. When someone like AWPrince, who scored 20million on the original DoodleJump is only getting 10x my score, I think it speaks volumes.
  • Not that fun, and so close to the original and too many ads Dec 23, 2020

    By Novasugar OwO (YT)
    This game is okay. But I feel like they are just milking it for cash :/. The original felt fun, and it was fun to play with friends and family and tournaments. This just doesn’t feel the same. It feels like it’s “rushing” you go move on to the next stage in some sort of way, instead of playing endlessly and no rush like the og. You can’t really chose which level you play, untill you’ve unlocked all of them. So it seems like it’s rushing you just to play all the levels. And the ads are just to many. It ruins it. Not to mention, almost every step moves the camera extremely fast. It makes me feel sick and dizzy on how much is going on, so I deleted it.
  • Ads Ads Ads Mar 19, 2021

    By Totalcomiccentral
    I love doodle jump. I played this game throughout my early childhood and this new sequel brings back this sense of nostalgia for me. The new game is awesome, but can’t compete with the old one if I’m being honest. My only complaint is the insane amount of ads. And I’m talking loads and loads of them. Every single time I die, a stupid gardenscape comes up. And if you decide to remove ads, you’ll have to cough up $5.00. Most games would make you pay $1.00 or sometimes $2.00 to remove them, but for a game like this it just seems unreasonable. Other than that I’d recommend this game to anybody who can put up with this many ads. 👍
  • Feb 18, 2021

    By Paul Grosu
    Alright so this as i've seen in other reviews, it has indeed a lot of potential. The game needs a lot of polishing and further optimization gameplay-wise. That being a settings menu, better menus while we're on this topic, faster death reset and maybe better gameplay with new gamemodes. You devs should bring something new to the table, and skins don't count. So do add those skins and some new menus, new gamemodes and continue on reading feedback so you can unleash this sequal's full potential
  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Hope Kahn
    Meh. This game does have a lot of potential. But save your money as far as ad free goes, just play the original. Playing with ads in this version is ridiculous and constant. There's no real goal in this game like the original. Essentially after you gain enough stars to burn through the levels, that's it-After that, you're just going for high score. Before, at least there were challenges and different skins you could work towards. There's no menu, no challenges, no skins, and only 8 levels.
  • It’s ok I guess. Mar 2, 2021

    By Caracal429
    So yeah, this was majorly addictive. And then I finished. I’m not good enough to reach any of the already ridiculous high scores, and there’s nothing left to do. It was fine, but it’s a real disappointment once you get all the levels. The final level is also extremely disappointing. I spent the whole game looking forward to what cool things they would do, and... nothing. It’s just the first level with new skins and music. I think they should’ve had the space level as the final level, it’s much more epic. Anyway, it was ok, but honestly just felt like a waste of time by the time I was done with it.
  • Apr 17, 2021

    By IWillYeetOnUrFeet
    the controls feel a bit weird compared to the first game. but I like the new features like collecting stars, to name one of them. but so far not too bad
  • Mar 30, 2021

    By Winteg8
    Disappointing. In the new game, the jumping animation was changed. The gyroscopic controls are less responsive than in the original, so controlling the Doodler is harder. Moreover, any platform that's lower than the last-jumped-on platform disappears below the screen. This makes the game a lot harder and leaves no room for error. The game has 8 levels that are unlocked by collecting stars throughout levels. But the levels don't provide more opportunities to collect stars as you go higher.
  • Feb 25, 2021

    By Derek Madge
    Action is improved and more challenging than version 1. First three fails were fine. Then 30 second ad, about as long as play time. Then quick fail...ok. Another ad. Uninstalled and went back to the original. Doodle was the first game i put on my phone, years ago. Very addictive and free. Paid for Christmas Special which was great and gave a 2nd life. Wiped the phone and could not get Christmas special back . Only available for iOS. The magic is gone.
  • Mar 4, 2021

    By That Local Pessimist
    Severely altered physics, lowered sensitivity and a shift to a more 'bouncy' animation style compared to the stiff scrawlings of a DOODLE. The first one is still a great nostalgia trip. Don't waste your time on this one, there are only 8 levels with nothing novel, nothing you can't experience from the Ad-Optional first. Speaking of ads, they're omnipresent. I implore Lima Sky to look at what made the first so memorable, and until sweeping changes are made, I recommend you don't try it. 1/10

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