Doodle God Blitz is the free-to-play sequel to the smash hit Doodle God. Your goal, much as it was in the previous one, is to combine all sorts of elements in order to create new elements. You can do a free play mode, you can solve a puzzle, or play all sorts of mini games. Read on for some tips and tricks for Doodle God Blitz!
Every time that you make an element in this game, you use one Divine Glow, and when you use all of your Divine Glow you won’t be able to make matches for awhile. This does not apply when you remake an element that you already have; this only applies when you make a brand new element. If you run out of Divine Glow, you can pay lightning in order to recharge it.
The easiest way to make a match is to brute-force it. Pick one element, then match it up against every single other element that you have. Then move onto the next element to try and match up when you exhaust all of your potential matches. Whenever you unlock a new element, go through the same thing again to find new elements quickly.
Puzzles are not limited to this type of energy system though. You have as many moves as you want in a puzzle. The catch with puzzles is that every element disappears once you use it, though, so you have to make the right combinations in order to finish the puzzle. If you go in the wrong direction, you can either reverse one move (these are limited and then you have to buy more) or you can reverse the entire puzzle, which you can do for free as many times as you want to.
The way to know if you are going the right direction on a puzzle is if your percentage of completion increases with the combos that you are making. If it is, you’re on track, and if not, you’re not on track, and should restart. Keep track of all of your combos mentally so that you can go back whenever you need to, and immediately solve it to a certain completion percentage again.
Other play modes include the minigames and the quests. You can unlock them in the main game or by spending mana, and you can get free mana by completing your goals in the main game. Better to save your mana so that you can buy hints for when you need them, as well as other goodies such as restarts.