(Game) Two Dots
Game Description :
Connect matching dots and solve fun puzzles! Play Free!
Join two brave dots as they progress through beautiful worlds spanning the arctic tundra, fiery jungles, and into outer space in the #1 hit game in over 100 countries.
Be prepared to drop the pesky anchors, clash with monster dots, blast away comets, and crush the gems across hundreds of challenging levels! More levels are on their way, and if you’re ever in a jam, there’s always a power up to help!
Game Features :
WHY YOU’LL LOVE TWO DOTS
FREE to play!
ADVENTURE through 3875 addictingly fun levels
CONNECT one Dot to another, sink anchors, make a line, create bombs, extinguish flames, and much more
SMART, fun, and thoughtful design
ENJOY beautiful minimalistic design and relaxing game music
PLAY at your own pace to make the perfect move without having to worry about a clock
CHALLENGE your friends on Facebook and see how you match up!
TREAT yourself to sweet rewards available daily and through special event modes
Start connecting on your iPhone and iPad today!
Color blind mode is free and available to all.
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Having any problems? Any suggestions? We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at support at td-help[at]weplaydots.com
PLEASE NOTE! Two Dots is completely free to play, but you can also purchase some items within the game for real money. Just disable in app purchases on your device if you don’t want to use this feature.
Use of Two Dots is governed by the Dots terms of service:
Additional Information :
- Size 598.4 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
User Reviews :
Entertaining but sometimes problematic
I found this game to be really entertaining and a good way to exercise the mind. I do have some problems with it though. For most levels one must arrange the dots to form squares, and use those squares to eliminate many dots at once. But there are things that get in the way of forming squares and make completing the level near impossible. I‘ve found that, for many levels, if one makes a single wrong move then making squares isn’t doable for the rest of the level. The game doesn’t seem to supply the dots in a way that gives the player another chance to make a square. Basically, the player is stuck swiping at random dot arrangements for the rest of the level until they inevitably lose. Another thing I really dislike are the win streak „boosts“. If the player wins a single level they will get a win streak. This comes with boost dots that, when eliminated, will eliminate many other dots at once. The thing that bugs me is that the boost actually gets in the way of finishing the tasks. It eliminates random dots in a way that isn’t helpful to making squares, so you’re stuck again just swiping at random dots. I actually sacrifice my lives and restart levels often just so I can get rid of the boost. So yeah. I‘m only writing this super long review because I wish the game designers could change these features to make the game more enjoyable. I already like it a lot, I just wish it were easier to play in these ways.
Distraction from Beauty
I bought this game ages ago and was quite happy to rediscover it. Despite being very beautiful, and having the potential to be a fantastic and relaxing game, I’ve found that over time the app has more or less transformed into a add riddled and somewhat chaotic mess. Marketing itself as a “minimalist” game may have been true a few years ago but due to all the pop ups and constant requests to either rate the app or pay for different features, the adjective no longer rings true. Updates in an app are indeed a great way to stay current but it can be difficult to enjoy with the constant bombardments of varying new quests and tasks. Regardless, I can understand why this type of content is coming into popularity as young children and those with ADHD are gaining access to technology rapidly. I concede that perhaps this game is not for me personally, as it is abundantly clear by other reviews that people enjoy it. I’m simply here to leave suggestion that perhaps a more relaxed approach has the potential to make the app better. I am very happy to amend my review if it bares anyone any ill will and the one star was meant only to get the attention of the developers. I do think this game deserves more praise than I have given it for the art effort that was clearly put into its creation. With that said, I will leave my review here. If anyone takes the time to read this I appreciate it.
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