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Doodoo Pad - Kids Drawing Pad
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.2||December 05, 2012||4.02|
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Version 1.2 released on December 05, 2012
**** iPhone5 + iOS6 + bug fix ***** 1. support full screen draw on iPhone5 retina screen. 2. support iOS6 3. fix the annoying crash that may happen when switching brushes
Version 1.2.1 released on November 08, 2013
1. Upgrade game for iOS7 2. Fix several bugs.
Version 1.2.2 released on August 25, 2016
Fix several crash on iPhone and iPad. Improv brush effects for retina iPhone and iPad. Add two more brushes.
Version 1.2.3 released on September 01, 2016
Add new brushes. Fix several bugs that may crash.
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"Doodoo Pad" is a drawing game designed specifically for little kids. There're more than 14 interesting brushes to entertain kids, such as glow/neon brush, rainbow brush, crayon brush, oil brush, etc. Each brush and color are intentionally randomly selected. Kids will be very amused and eager to know what next will happen during their drawing. It also make the drawing full of unexpected fun, just like a magic. Besides unlimited colorful background as canvas, Doodoo pad also supports to load photos from phone/pad album to freely paint on. "Doodoo Pad" also provides a "Movie" mode to play back the drawing, just like a video clip. With this attractive feature, family can share the pleasure with each other when watch how the drawing is created stroke by stroke.
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