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Kratos Jump for WM
Doodle Jump is an action game developed and published for iPhone OS and Android. The game has been relatively well-received. Gameplay consists of guiding a four-legged creature known as the “Doodler” up an unending series of platforms without falling in an attempt to attain a high score. The character is controlled by tilting the device in the desired direction.
XDA member zarpy made a version for Windows Mobile called Kratos Jump and it´s based on the same principle of the original game, with the only difference that Doodler is replaced by… you guessed it, Kratos from God of War.
This game works on any WVGA resolution device with WM 6 and up.
Originally posted by zarpy
Well until they make it we just going to have to enjoy this.Iphone has doodle jump windows mobile has Kratos jump. Play as kratos from God of war , your quest now is to make it to the top of the tower avoiding all the enemies along the way. Great graphics, tough challenge,and awesome soundtrack. Works on all windows mobile wvga devices.Can you make it to the top of the tower?????
You can find more information in the game thread.
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