Put away your pencil and paper, now you can play the classic Dot Game right on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Dots Free is the highest quality Dots and Boxes game available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and we're giving it away for free.
Dots and Boxes is a very simple game. Two players take turns drawing lines between dots on the game board. When a player draws a line that completes a box, the player "owns" that box. Whoever owns more boxes when the game board is full is the winner.
Dots Free supports one player and two player gameplay, so you can play against another human or against your iPhone. If you're really bored, you can even put the game in demo mode and watch your iPhone play itself.
Dots Free offers a host of exciting features, including:
* Killer graphics and awesome sound effects
* Configurable player names and score tracking
* Configurable 1 player difficulty level
* Undo function
* Automatic save when you exit the app or receive a phone call
Dots Free is supported by unobtrusive banner advertising.
• GDPR support
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Solid gameplay, but not always responsive
It’s good to see this game make it to the iPhone, but there are times where I have a hard time getting certain areas of the screen to respond. The options are wonderful.
Improved to death
I'll never understand why companies always feel like they have to continually tinker with their perfectly fine products. Here's a great example. This was a wonderful game that had a nice 3D look to it. My grandkids and I played it often. But for some unknown reason Optime decided to 'improve' it. The new version is a faded 2D version of it's former self, and, oh yeah, did I mention the ads? Now when you turn it on you have to wait twice as long while a video advertisement downloads and once you figure out which side of the screen to touch to get it to go away due to a lack of an X, you then have to endure steaming ads all through your game at the bottom of the screen. And the fact that they are so sneaky as to not even tell you that they have decided to go with an ad supported model now in their update announcement makes me think very poorly of Optime. It's their app and they can certainly do with it what they want, but I'll probably be looking for a replacement.
Give us choices.
This new version is much harder to use and, frankly much less fun to play. It would be improved if: 1) we had our choice of color schemes. Some of us with aging eyes find this version much harder to play because the colors are faint. Was that intentional?
2) The game is still too easy. When the game chooses to open a series of eight or 10 consecutive boxes for my turn when a series of two boxes is still available, it is clear the game is "dumbed down."
C'mon Optime. You can do a lot better than this. This game does not meet the quality standard you have set in other games.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.