It shaped smartphone gaming in the early days of the App Store. Today, it's available on nearly every capable mobile device. It may even be lurking at your local arcade
Next month, a Kinect version of Lima Sky's runaway hit, Doodle Jump,
could be coming to Xbox Live Arcade, according to a recent Australian ratings classification and evidence uncovered by self-proclaimed Xbox Live Marketplace watchdog, "Lifelower."
The Australian Classification Board confirms Smoking Gun Interactive as the developer behind the upcoming Doodle Jump for Kinect
. Lifelower, meanwhile, has obtained boxart
and a gallery
of purported screenshots, suggesting that the game is nearing completion. Lifelower expects the game to launch near the end of June at 400 Microsoft points.
A Kinect adaptation of Doodle Jump
was first announced back in 2011
when creator Lima Sky outlined its plans for expansion after surpassing 10 million paid downloads on mobile platforms. We've reached out to developer Smoking Gun Interactive for more information.
Update: Doodle Jump for Kinect
will be available on Xbox Live Arcade for 400 MS Points sometime this summer.