Doodle Jump – one of the most popular and addictive games in the Android market to date – has gone on sale until November 17th for only $.99. (Normally, it’ll set you back $3.49.) Aside from a nice temporary price drop, you’ll get four new themes – Jungle, Space, Night, and Christmas – and the usual round of bug fixes and performance enhancements that you’d expect. Doodle Jump is one of those games that just never gets old, so don’t hesitate to give it a shot (and remember that you have 24 hours to get your 99 pennies back.)
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