TwoDots

TwoDots

Dots are everywhere – in newspapers and books, in animals and people, even in the display you are looking at, at this very moment. They are countless and usually boring so who could ever guess that a game can be dedicated to dots?

Well, there’s such a game. Called TwoDots, the app is a free game for Android that is here to challenge your brain cells. You see, TwoDots is a puzzle game and here we will describe what this app is all about.

TwoDots strongly resembles games like Candy Crush Saga where you have to match candy in order to eliminate it. Things are much simpler here, though – various dots in various colors is all you have – yellow, red and blue are some of them – and you must connect them in order to eliminate them from a grid. At the same time you are given a limited number of moves as well as level requirements so you have to be careful in order to complete a level. If you fail you lose a life, and you will have to wait for a while for a new life to be generated for you. It’s a good thing you have 5 lives when you start the game for the first time, which means you will play for a while. Quite honestly the game is not that hard. Everything sounds familiar, right?

So if you like puzzle games but you are tired of matching candy, jewels and the like, you can try TwoDots. The game offers everything that a matching game has under a different skin and sometimes this is all you need in order to fully enjoy the genre once again.

TwoDots is here on Google Play.

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