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Wed, Nov 06, 2013 | 05:00 GMT
Doodle Jump, the simple mobile classic that has claimed more hours of our time than we’d like to admit, has leapt over to Nintendo’s family of handheld devices.
Tue, Oct 08, 2013 | 18:05 BST
Doodle Jump, Lima Sky’s best-selling mobile game, is heading to 3DS and DS courtesy of GameMill Publishing. Developed for the handhelds by Smoking Gun Interactive, two versions will be out later this year: Doodle Jump Adventures hitting on 3DS and Doodle Jump Journey DS. Doodle Jump Adventures introduce a brand new Adventure mode, featuring 48 levels, power-ups and boss battles as well as the Endless Mode included in the original. Doodle Jump Journey features the franchise’s three original themes – Classic, Jungle, and Space in Endless Mode. No release date just yet, just “later this year.”
Fri, Jun 28, 2013 | 18:01 BST
Doodle Jump from Lima Sky in conjunction with Smoking Gun Interactive and D3Publisher has been released for Kinect. Crafted specifically the motion controller, the game adds additional features such as three original worlds to scale, “robust power-ups, and challenging boss battles and achievements”. Doodle Jump for Kinect is available on Xbox Live as an arcade game for for 400 MS Points.
Sat, Jun 01, 2013 | 17:43 BST
An Australian ratings classification listing has Doodle Jump for Kinect heading to XBLA next month. It lists Smoking Gun Interactive as the developer of Lima Sky’s Kinect version of the mobile hit. The game was announced for the service back in 2011, and it was listed as coming within the next few months back in March 2013 when the game turned four. The information was first obtained by Lifelower which specializes in news regarding upcoming XBL titles, and then Polygon went live with a review of the game. It’s slated for release at the end of June and according to Lifelower, it will run you 400 MS Points.
Sat, Jan 15, 2011 | 21:35 GMT
Doodle Jump developer Lima Sky has decided to stop issuing “trademark warnings” to App Store developers who use “doodle” in the title of their games.