Hello iPhone game that’s been ported and was previously published by Chillingo and Clickgamer (but developed by MaxNick). By now you know what doodle genre games are like so let’s just start with a video:
And let’s hit up the official description:
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a gigantic space ship and it’s dropping a big green DoodleInvader into the ocean…oh great. Use your doodling skills to create breakers to stop the evil spawn of the giant green alien from reaching Doodle Bay in this addictive and challenging doodle defense game!
The object of Doodle Invasion is simple; stop the Invaders from reaching the shore. If too many make it on to Doodle Bay you are overrun. The game play, however, is not so simple. You’ll need to use your brains as well as your fingers. Draw the breaker across the screen to catch as many aliens as you can, once you do you have to steer them into the paths of the ships that helpfully suck them up. Be careful though, you can only draw one breaker at a time and there are going to be a LOT of Invaders.
It won’t just be the average green blobs you’re going to have to contend with to save Doodle Bay, they’ve brought some Invader buddies with them too. There’s the Squidoodle, who excels at smashing your barriers to pieces; then there’s the Squidipus, a fast moving predator who eats innocent jet skiers for breakfast; or how about the Lochnoodle, a giant creature who will make your life a misery by destroying anything in its path!
You are in no way powerless against the hordes, use warships to fire destructive missiles at the creature, enlist the help of fishermen who cast their nets over the advancing alien enemies, or enlist the help of an Apache helicopter who fires a barrage of deadly missiles. Tap the Zip doodle to destroy him before he slips under your barricades, blow up the Doodle ambulance before he heals the mother ship, and send their doodle mines back under the sea before your ships are sunk!
I did hit up the trial briefly and it’s buttery smooth. if you’re into the genre go for it. And if you want to keep it, it’s just $2 to own.