KlickTock is celebrating tonight as we’ve just passed 1.5 million downloads of Doodle Find! It’s been a long road since Doodle Find 1.0’s release in May 2010. We’ve listened to our players and continued to improve the play experience for everyone. As well as the new objects and new languages added to the free version, Doodle Find Pro has been updated with two additional game modes. More to come in the future!
Thanks to everyone who helped us to achieve this amazing milestone. Please head over to our Facebook page to join in the celebrations!
TheAppleGoogle.com have posted an interview featuring Matthew Hall of KlickTock.
In the interview, Matthew discusses the success and origins of Little Things on iPad, and offers insight into the current state of the App Store.
“It was developed over a very long period of time. I had the idea about 5 years ago when Hidden Object games first started appearing in the marketplace. I wanted to try to recapture the fascination I had with seek and find books when I was a kid.”
Click HERE to visit TheAppleGoogle to read the full interview.
Little Things for iPad is being released today, and is currently rolling out around the world. It’s available now in Australia, NZ and South East Asia and will be available in all other territories later today.
There’s a sale on for the first few days of release, so jump in quick and you can be playing Little Things for just US$2.99.
In addition, to celebrate the release, we’re offering discounts on Super Search 60 Pro and Doodle Find Pro.
Doodle Find has just been updated to add extensive support for the features of iPhone 4. All graphics have been redone to suit iPhone 4’s amazing new retina display. In addition the game now supports iOS4’s new multitasking feature. You’ll no longer have to worry about whether or not to take a call when you’re on a perfect run!
We’ve also added support for the iPad. Doodle Find is now a universal app. If you already have it downloaded for iPhone the same version will run on iPad.
Super Search 60 has also been updated with the same features, as well as the pro version however, we’re waiting on approval from Apple.
Matthew Hall was recently interviewed by Jim Squires of Gamezebo to discuss Hidden Object games on the iPhone.
As well as covering concerns about the popularity and future of the genre, Matthew also discusses the inspiration and early development of Super Search 60.
“After the launch of Little Things, I became interested in iPhone as the App Store was maturing. But the screen resolution was so different. Accessibility and legibility was important to me. I’d been playing a lot of Bejeweled Blitz on the iPhone and suddenly had the idea of blending the two genres. I loved the idea of a game that is over so quickly so players can fill up the spare time they have throughout the day.”
Click HERE to read the full interview.
Doodle Find Pro has just been approved for sale at the App Store. Doodle Find Pro has more ways to play and does not have any advertisements.
At launch, Doodle Find Pro adds a new untimed game mode called “Marathon”. Keep playing as long as you can – if you fail to find an object speedily enough, your game ends. Marathon Mode’s scoreboard is also not reset each week, so you can permanently record your highest score.
More game modes will be added to Doodle Find Pro in upcoming updates!
Doodle Find is on sale for US$0.99 for opening week, so grab it as soon as you can!
Passed a major milestone earlier today – Doodle Find has now had 500,000 copies downloaded around the world. Thanks so much to all our players, especially to those in the UK, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Austria and Germany.
We hope you all continue to play and enjoy finding doodles every day!
A little update on Doodle Find – it’s going GREAT! Doodle Find has made it to the #1 slot in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau! Thanks to Apple for featuring the game in Australia and Europe.
The game has also been performing very well in the UK, Austria, Germany and Thailand making it to #3 in each of those territories. German translation is currently being implemented and should be available for the next Doodle Find update.
We’re also in the top 100 games of many other countries and climbing!
Thanks to the outstanding response we’ve had to Doodle Find, we’re expanding our plans for updates. The first update is in the works, and will shortly be sent for approval.
The very talented bunch at AppSpy recently posted their video review of Doodle Find. Very happy that they and enjoyed the game, and also very happy because this is the first Video review of Doodle Find.
Andrew, the lead review at AppSpy summed up Doodle Find thusly: “If you’re a casual gamer on the go then you’ll find Doodle Find to be a great App thanks to its fun, bite sized and simple gameplay style.”
Click HERE to visit AppSpy.com and watch the review.
Hello! Two more reviews for Doodle Find. Our friends at JayIsGames.com presented Doodle Find as part of their Mobile Monday article while GirlGamersUK.com wrote a glowing review on their website.
GG Goblin wrote “Well, Doodle Find is bright and colourful, very easy to play and surprisingly addictive. All of this and it’s free. I cannot see any reason for people not to get this great little game. Go and get it, now!”
John B from Jay Is Games: “It’s every bit as addictive as Super Search 60, but the new visual direction, the added time, and all of the other little extras make it feel even more polished.”
Thanks so much guys (and girls)!
Click HERE to visit GirlGamersUK.com
Click HERE to visit JayIsGames.com