The Doodle Jump iPad game is one of the most popular on the market. Almost every iPad user has downloaded this addictive application.

Its developer, Igor Pusenjak, said that at first Doodle Jump was created for iPhone users, but afterwards it was completely redone as an iPad app.

Doodle Jump
has been expected on the market ever since the iPad was launched in April 2010. Now, you can enjoy hours and hours of great fun with this addictive game, for just $0.99 (on iTunes).

In the Doodle Jump iPad app, you have to guide Doodle the Doodler, using most elusive and precise tilt controls that exist. You are on a springy journey and you have to avoid black holes, pick up jet packs and blast bad guys with balls that shoot out of your nose, across your journey.

The Doodle Jump iPad app is one of the few games that make you smile when you are playing them. Your objective is very simple: you must get as high as possible jumping around from one platform on to another while avoiding all the obstacles. The whole design of this iPad app leaves the impression that you can play it on a piece of paper during an math exam. The animation part is very well designed, same as the sound. One of the most exciting parts is that your high scores are highlighted by a red line in the right part of the screen, making you always try harder and harder to defeat your, or your opponent high score.

“Possibly the best iPhone game ever created” as called by a leading iPhone gaming blog offers the same excitement and “addictiveness” on iPad too. The gameplay feels a little different on iPad in comparison to the iPhone, since you can see a bigger part of the game world, and mainly because it is a little harder to play a lilt-based game on the iPad. Some players say that the extra heft of the device makes the playing feel a little clunky, but you should quickly get used to it. Some impediments may appear at the directional shooting functionality, because of the bigger screen of the iPad, but if it’s too hard for you to manage, you can simply turn it off in the options.

The Doodle Jump iPad app has been used as a fashion statement by one of Lady Gaga’s dancers has been mention on the TV Show: The Big Bang Theory, spoofed by Jimmy Fallon on Late Night and it’s obsessively played by celebrities. Doodle Jump has become a pop-culture phenomenon.