Come play the brand new, addictive, free puzzle game- Two Dots!

Join two brave dots as they traverse the arctic tundra, navigate fiery jungles, and plunge the ocean depths in the #1 hit game in over 100 countries.

Additional levels coming soon!

• FREE to play!
• ADVENTURE through 3625 addictingly fun levels
• CONNECT one Dot to another, sink anchors, make a line, create bombs, extinguish flames, and much more
• ADORABLE, fun, and thoughtful design
• ENJOY beautiful minimalistic design and relaxing game music
• PLAY at your own pace to figure out the perfect move without having to worry about a clock
• CHALLENGE your friends on Facebook, beat their scores, and earn medals
• MAKE a square, not a circle, to clear every dot of a single color

Color blind mode is free and available to all.



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PLEASE NOTE! Two Dots is completely free to play, but you can also purchase some items within the game for real money. Just disable in app purchases on your device if you don't want to use this feature.

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What’s New

Version 7.8.8

Ongoing improvements to stability and performance.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8.1K Ratings

8.1K Ratings

The Black Golden ,

✨It’s pretty good~✨

Out of all the games which are in a similar range to this one, Two Dots is by far my favourite. The graphics are beautiful and aesthetically pleasing, while the soundtrack is very relaxing. When you complete a difficult level, the satisfaction after it is great. However, once you play a game, to then cancel it after (maybe because you made a bad move or need to leave) you have to lose a life to do that. You are given five lives, which I suppose regenerate quickly but are also lost quite quickly if it is a challenging level. Multiple times I’ve been frustrated with the game, but I wouldn’t blame it on the actual app itself; just my short temper~ With all that being said, the graphics, the different worlds/landscapes you can pass through, the music and more outweigh the negatives. It’s also inclusive to everyone: with modes such as ‘Colour blind’ since the games themselves are based on distinguishing colours. All in all, this is a great game, however I wouldn’t recommend playing it 24/7 since you will end up getting in a mood because of the lack of lives. Somehow, it manages to frustrate you yet still be a relaxing game? I really don’t get how it does that. Hope this helped! ^^

Groendraak ,

Addictive, but ridiculously expensive

This is just as addictive as the original Dots and has lots of nice new features, but you have to pay for everything. The developers have crossed over the line between not earning enough for their work (because the previous game could be played for free forever) and charging too much for things that should be given to players as rewards.

For example you can earn coins, but you’re told that if you need to buy a gold mine to store them, otherwise they disappear. I bought a gold mine for £1.99, thinking it’ll catch any future coins I earn, but no, you’re just buying coins, so the coins you earn don’t go into the mine. They just bounce off the top and you have to buy another mine for more coins. What’s the point of it? Just admit there’s no way of getting coins for free.

There are lots of levels that you can only complete if you have coins, so I’ve reached the limit of how far I can play. There are plenty of nice areas to play, but after discovering my money was wasted I’m not going to bother paying more to advance further.

Jinrin ,

Challenging yet simple to play

A brilliant little game to pick up and while away time. I usually mute games and listen to audiobooks but the composer for this game has done an excellent job in producing relaxing yet intriguing tunes. I've deducted 1 star because of the in-app purchases: I would prefer to pay a high one-off fee and then earn extra turns and other bonus items for free as I play. I'm on level 38 at the moment and will continue to play for free until the pressure to purchase in-app help gets ridiculous.
UPDATE! - I am currently on level 590! I watch the advertising videos to receive the free updates - I wouldn't be so far without these.
YET ANOTHER UPDATE! - I am now on level 918. I have noticed recently that the majority of adverts no longer carry the option to mute their volume. This is supremely annoying - especially as I often listen to my audio books while playing Two Dots.

App Privacy

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