Klicktock’s Doodle Find Now Available for Free on iTunes

Tue, May 18, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Doodle Find is the newest offering from KlickTock Pty Ltd, which also brought Super Search 60 to the iPhone. The premise of Doodle Find is incredibly similar to that of Super Search 60, for those who are familiar, but with some differences.

Doodle Find can be classified as a hidden object game only at its most basic level; however, instead of showing you a cluttered screen full of objects and asking you to strain your eyes to find a small pen or feather, you’ll be shown a grid layout, filled with what appear to be hand-drawn doodles, and are asked to find a particular object, whether by its lonesome, or in multiples.

Doodle Find starts out with the most casual of gamers in mind, by at first offering a grid that is full of open spaces before filling them in as time elapses. The goal then is to find the most objects that you can within the game’s 90 second time limit. In this way, the developer’s description of the game as “Bejeweled Blitz” meets “Where’s Wally” seems to fit.

As you go along, you’ll earn trophies depending on your score, and can post your scores to online leaderboards via the game’s Facebook Connect integration. For those that are interested, Doodle Find is a free download – it’s not just the Lite version that’s free, it’s the whole thing. If this kind of hidden object game interests you, head over to iTunes to download your copy.

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