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Doodle Jump Game for WM in 2 Versions
For those familiar with the games presented by XDA member zarpy, a new one arrived. Based on the iPhone´s game, Doodle Jump is now available for Windows Mobile devices both WVGA and VGA.
Presented in two versions, newer v2.0 has some differences such as invisible platforms (which appear just when you jump).
Even though the game is in French, you will be able to understand it and play easily. To move ( left / right ) just press the sides of the screen and tap in center to shoot.
Our dear friend The0ne reports some crashes, but he found a configuration that works well.
Originally posted by zarpy
New Doodle Jump 2.0 game! WVGA and VGA (no accelometer)
Ok this is a new doodle jump game with a little twist . In this version you avoid the enemy drills that are falling from the sky. Also to add challenge and trick you sometimes it will look like there are no platforms to jump on then they majically appear. This adds the the doodle jump challenge. See how high of an score you can get in the iphone classic.
If you want a variation of the game just give me ideas. Any feedback would be helpful but please no rude or common sense remarks. Post a photo of your high score if you like.
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