Developer j2sighte’s new doodle style game, Doodle Kart, was recently released into the App Store and to celebrate this grand occasion the developer’s other doodle style game, A Doodle Fly, is available for free for a limited time. It’s doodle mania!
Doodle Kart is a top-down driving game inspired by Nano Rally that features touch or tilt controls. In the game you can compete in a single race to improve your skills or take part in Championship mode. Your cars properties, such as speed, acceleration, and handling, can be altered before each race to suit your driving style. Item boxes are littered all over the track and by driving over them you can randomly obtain a power-up or weapon to unleash on your opponents.
The game features five different doodle environments, 25 tracks, 7 items/weapons, four difficulty levels, the ability to drive in portrait or landscape mode, and OpenFeint integration to track high scores.
Doodle Kart is now available in the App Store for $.99.
To presumably celebrate Doodle Kart‘s release, j2sighte’s A Doodle Fly is available for free for a limited time. A Doodle Fly is a distance game where you will be launching a pre-made or self-made character out of an elephant’s trunk in order to go the furthest distance. Power-ups can be obtained while in mid-air, and upgradeable boosters like clouds, rockets, and plane’s can be used to prolong your flight.
The game is fairly deep compared to others in this genre thanks to all of the available upgrades, unlockable characters, items, and levels. It also features OpenFeint to provide achievements and leaderboards.
A Doodle Fly is normally available in the App Store for $1.99.