Hackathon winner Duudle now available at the Marketplace

If you recall, way back in November one of the events at Nokia World was the announcement of the Hackathon winner. Hackathon was a development contest where 40 developers had 40 hours to create an app for a Nokia Phone. Visiarc won the contest with their Windows Phone game Duudle. Why the recap? Well, Duudle is now available over at the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Duudle is a Pictionary styled game for your Windows Phone where you have thirty seconds to doodle a picture describing a word. Then your opponents have to guess the word from the doodle. The quicker they correctly guess the word, the more points earned.


Duudle is a multi-player, turn based game that is played online much like AlphaJax or SpellIt. You'll need to register (free) with Duudle to play online when you first launch the game.  If you signup with your Facebook account, you'll automatically see your Facebook friends who are Duudle players.  You then pick up games against your Facebook friends or in random games to make new friends. Being turned based the game takes on a relaxing pace giving players up to seventy-two hours to complete their turn.

There is a free trial available for Duudle with the full version running $2.99. You can find your copy here at the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Thanks, Peter, for the tip!

QR: Duudle


Reader comments

Hackathon winner Duudle now available at the Marketplace


Just got clarification from the developer.  You can play Duudle without a Facebook account.  Signing into your Facebook account just shows your Facebook friends who play Duudle automatically.  I'll update the post.

Thanks, now I can check it out.  Cause I wasn't about to sign up for FB for a game...or for anything.

I downloaded it, now I just need some people to play against! My name duudle name is hammerhand if anyone wants to play.

I missed this here then saw  it on WMPU, but cam back here to check to see if it's actually good. I'm going to download this and my username is 1jaxstate1
On a different note, Bing vision never works with the posted QR code. Is it just me.

Same with me, until I figured out you are supposed to click on it to enlarge it.  I thought it was a little unintuitive and, frankly, is it really saving much space not to use the large code right on the page?