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  Infinite Doodle now available for Xbox
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

From the creators of hit games like The Adventures of Shuggy and Gateways comes Infinite Doodle, the infinitely zoomable drawing application that is now available for the Xbox 360 via the Indie games channel.

You might be surprised by how long you spend scribbling away, zooming in and marvelling at how it can possibly work. To understand the full extent of infinite zoomability have a look at this video:

Infinite Doodle really does let you zoom into your drawing an infinite amount and keep doodling. There’s no limit to the amount of detail your creations can contain. While just scribbling freehand will let your creativity flourish you can also make use of a range of different tools to help your picture come to life. Draw lines, squares, circles and even stamp fun shapes like the Shuggy characters into your drawing. If you make a mistake there are undo and redo buttons and you can always move, rotate and scale objects that you’ve already drawn.

Have a go at the trial on your Xbox today by following this link:

Find out more information about Infinite Doodle or try out the free PC version at the Smudged Cat Games website:


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