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Review TwoDots

Ollie Green
Can be played without in-app purchases, quality graphics, lots of levels, quality game play
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Connect the dots - it sounds easy enough, but in TwoDots for Android, connecting the dots becomes a challenging process of logic and game smarts. Do you have what it takes to outsmart the simplistic nature of the game? Below details of how this game works and why it's so special are explained.
Some of the best puzzle games for mobile are often the simplest ones, and that is certainly the case for this game - it has an easy to understand concept - you must connect same colored dots to complete levels, but there is one condition - you cannot connect dots diagonally, so you must remove other dots and let gravity do it's work to line up diagonally aligned dots for you.
On top of having a fairly challenging game mechanic, you are challenged to complete each mission within a certain amount of moves, and failing to do so will result in the loss of a life. Luckily you are given five lives to start, so you've got a bit of room for error. The greatest thing about this game is that there is no time limit - you are given free roam to carefully choose your every move, something that many mobile puzzle games fail to do.
The game also has a very interesting level system, and it has been displayed beautifully, the user interface is full of color, and you'll be hard pressed to find an arcade game on the app store with a user interface as unique as this one is.
If you are looking for a functional, relaxing puzzle game then TwoDots might just be perfect for you.

Final ratings

Gameplay 10/10
Story 6/10
Graphics 10/10
Sound 7/10
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