'Mario Meets Doodle:' This New Viral Nintendo Quarantine Game Will Make Boredom Go Away

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Are you getting bored with the non-ending quarantine period due to pandemic? If yes, you're not alone. Luckily, this new viral Nintendo game may change your negative pandemic mindset. 

Here's a new Nintendo game with Doodles on it!

 This New Viral Nintendo Quarantine Game Comes From Mind of 6-Year-Old Kid

(Photo : Doodle World/ Kickstarter )
'Doodle World': This New Viral Nintendo Quarantine Game Comes From Mind of 6-Year-Old Kid

Want to try something new while under quarantine? Here comes an idea from creative father and daughter in San Antonio: why don't you play some doodles?

Doodle World, the newest Nintendo game, is now viral on social media platforms and funding website Kickstarter. If you love to draw doodles or play Super Mario, this game is your haven. 

The objective of the game is simple: "Help Doodle save his world from the evil King Eraser and his office supply minions!"

So, as we all know, doodles are one of the most common drawings of a child. Just like any parents, Nate Peters, U.S. Air Force Veteran and creator of the game, also has his 6-year-old child of his own. 

As narrated by him, when he was brainstorming for his new game, Araceli Peters, his daughter, had an idea for a new possibly addicting game. 

Then, by that time, Nate was kicked with a concept to make a game out of his daughter's doodle idea. 

How did it start?

 This New Viral Nintendo Quarantine Game Comes From Mind of 6-Year-Old Kid

(Photo : Doodle World/ Kickstarter )
'Doodle World': This New Viral Nintendo Quarantine Game Comes From Mind of 6-Year-Old Kid

After the idea hit him, Nate immediately created the whole concept and turned it into a game. 

"You play as Doodle. The evil King Eraser has stolen the magical crayon that created Doodle's world, and it is up to you to get it back," said Nate. "Along the way, you will cross multiple worlds, each designed to look like crayon color drawings on notepad paper, fighting and dodging the evil King Eraser's office supply minions."

Nate admitted in an interview that video games had helped him a lot during his time in a hospital-- thus, making him so proud of what he and his daughter have created. 

"I've spent quite a bit of time in the hospital over the last couple of years for back surgeries," said him. "And, being stuck in the hospital and having video games to take my mind off things is just a godsend."

In 11 hours, we met our goal on Kickstarter

Though the game is now complete and ready to launch, Peters family still needs funding to produce and release a physical version of the Doodle World. 

Impressively, the game creator has already reached its goal on Kickstarter after 11 hours since its posting. 

Nate hopes that this game would not just give past time on quarantine, but mainly help children in hospitals overcome their conditions. 

"Kids at children's hospitals can use stuff like this to help take their mind off things," said him. "That's why we've decided we're going to use some of the money to buy them game consoles and some video games so they can play while they're staying there to help relieve stress and get their mind off the situation."

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