Brain Dots

Brain Dots

Brain Dots is one of the funniest games we have seen on Google Play. This app belongs to the puzzles genre so get ready to give your brain some exercise.

The idea behind the game is both simple and very ingenious. You are given two dots – one blue and one pink – and a blank sheet of paper, so to say, and then you have to draw lines that, once you lift your finger, become objects such as sticks if you’ve drawn just lines. The goal is to bump the two balls and if you succeed you beat the level, get some golden coins and move to the next one. With time things will get tough so use your imagination in order to win!

The game, however, comes with a few more nice features – a bit later you will be able to use color pencils, crayons and other similar things that can draw, plus you can review the moment you cleared a stage on video and even share it! Moreover the game is available in more than 15 languages.

All in all Brain Dots is a great game! Although simple at first sight, the game will really test your brain in a new and original way. Besides this you will have tons of fun. So do not waste time anymore and just download Brain Dots!

The game is here on Google Play and is free, as always.

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