Dots

Another great and simple puzzle game makes its way to Android.

Popular iOS game "Dots" is making the move to Android today, and its bringing with it a new game mode as well. Well-known and enjoyed for its simplicity, Dots has basic puzzle-style gameplay based on connecting dots with the swipe of a finger to build up bonuses and points. The standard gameplay gives you 60 seconds to connect as many dots and get the most points.

New to the game in its move to Android is a "Moves" mode, which gives you a limited set of moves rather than a limited amount of time. It's another way to think of the game that's a little more relaxed. The game is free in both Google Play at the link above, as well as the Amazon Appstore for Kindle Fire owners at the source link below.

Source: Dots (Amazon Appstore)

 
There are 19 comments

scouser73 says:

I have just been playing this game, bloody addictive. I only stopped because I wanted to say thanks for letting me know about it.

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mcgowan398 says:

Samee

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mssca says:

Thanks and I am addicted now too.

spankycuervo says:

Um, is the play store not working for anyone else? Can't update stuff and says error retrieving information from server. AC broke Google Play!

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Manny Zavala says:

I'm having the exact same issue right now, even YouTube wasn't working properly.

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spankycuervo says:

Working again for me. Good luck.

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Manny Zavala says:

Yeah its working again for me too.

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arrigob says:

It took one game and that's it, hooked. Not a bad little game at all.

Sooooo addictive!!!

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mathiasjk says:

Looks like 7x7!

ryancell says:

I tried it but is it just one game over and over and no levels? Just different achievements? I tried it real quick and it seemed that way? Flow Free & Flow Bridges seem similar in concept of connecting and appealed to me more, but I'm a sucker for games like candy crush, slice it or quell that seem a bit more in depth. This looks like a good simple quick fun game though.

FortTech101 says:

bopbop is better, because it has the Google Play Games service.

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TonyHoyle says:

Hmm having tried both I agree..

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ba_hamilton says:

Agreed. Plus bopbop seems to play a little smoother. And I just like it better.

TonyHoyle says:

Reminds me of poppit, which was an old flash game I played years ago

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glazedfaith says:

You can still play poppit! http://m.androidcentral.com/pogo-games-now-available-google-play-store

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mcgowan398 says:

°_°.....is that the P6 I see?

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Adam Kopter says:

I played this game on iPhone and I think it is very bad port. No smooth. One week ago I found Squarge and I think Squarge is better puzzle game. Smooth and nice looking.

I think paths is better and we can actually buy different colour patterns and still the same power ups as this game.