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Review Punto

Ollie Green
Record chart, addictive game play, simple controls, ads are not confusing
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Punto for Android is a fast paced arcade game that relies on the players reaction speed. In this game, you must tap dots before they fly into the circle in the center of the screen. There are certain circumstances where some dots must be left alone. Trying to tap each dot whilst purposely avoiding others makes for a frantic experience that can be a fun way to unwind each time you have a few minutes spare.
The aim of Punto is to try and rack up as many points as possible by letting colored dots move into the circle in the center of the screen. The only dots that will count towards your points are those that match the same color as your circle. After reaching certain points milestones, for example, 5, 10, or 20, the circle and background color will change.
Eventually, dozens of dots will start flying onto the screen at a very fast pace. You'll find that trying to tap each of the wrong colored dots, whilst avoiding the right colored dots becomes ever more difficult, especially as things speed up and the game keeps changing colors.
Every now and then you will also come across colored dots that have crosses through them. Even if these dots aren't the same color as your circle, they will not count towards your points if they enter the circle. If they are the same color, the game will end if they hit your circle. Every time a standard wrong colored dot hits your circle you will lose one point, and hitting zero points is the only other way your game will end.
Punto is free to download, and there are no in-app purchases in this game whatsoever. There are the occasional pop-up advertisements, but besides from this, the game is not monetized.

Final ratings

Gameplay 9/10
Story 6/10
Graphics 7/10
Sound 6/10
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