Your Doodles Are Bugged! hits Steam

By on April 26, 2011

Your Doodles Are Bugged! is the amazing creation of master indie developer Johannes Hubert (Spyn Doctor Games) who designed, coded and drew all the art for the game himself. Already a hit on Xbox Live Indie Games, the PC version of YDAB features new levels, new gameplay modes, achievements, Leaderboards, online game saves and an in game editor that allows players to create and share their own custom levels online.

Custom levels can be created either using the in-game art, or by loading your own images as backgrounds that the bugs can then interact with.

Your Doodles Are Bugged! is a game with a lovingly hand-doodled art style and unique gameplay. Follow the story of Doodleus, the Master Doodler, who has accidentally hexed his pet bugs into his doodles during a magic explosion in his studio. Your job is to grab the magic pen and draw new lines into the doodle, changing the layout, building roads, bridges and stairs that allow the squeaky-voiced bugs to reach the honey pot and their route to freedom.

“As a game developer, I believe that a few bugs can only make a game better. With Your Doodles Are Bugged! I’m happy that I can contribute a game to the Steam library, which will give players the ultimate bug experience – I hope that they will enjoy this buggy invasion of their computers.” said Spyn Doctor Games’ Johannes Hubert

Your Doodles Are Bugged! features:

  • 1000s of cute fluffy bugs to save from a fate worse than death
  • 24 levels of dastardly doodle fun
  • Portals, gravity inverters, magic mirrors and deadly ink
  • Create and share your own levels online in Doodle Studio
  • Unlockable bonus doodles
  • Free-to-play arena
  • Steam Leaderboards and Achievements
  • Steam Cloud save support
  • Can you uncover the secret of the Blue Bug?

About David Scarpitta

I am a critical guy, and love to review and give my professional opinion on just about anything. Though have a love for tech/gaming and music alongside the cinema. You can catch me consulting and developing the net any day of the week.