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What’s New

Version 5.8.4

Ongoing improvements to stability and performance.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
52K Ratings

52K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

A minimalist puzzler through and through, TwoDots—the single-player sequel to Dots—delivers accessible and satisfying challenges by the bucketful. While its style and sound mirror the unvarnished nature of its puzzles, its seemingly simple exterior hides a compelling depth that’ll keep you coming back for more.

ChilledChick ,

Addicted

I discovered Two Dots quite a while ago, and I have come to love this game. Unlike other games of the same genre, it’s not pure luck. As you play the game and advance levels, you learn how to strategize. One of my favorite parts about Two Dots’ setup is that boosters and cheats are easily obtained for free. If you need a little help on one of the harder levels, you can use a cheat without worrying about consuming your one-time allowance. The design is clean, sleek, and easy to navigate. I love that they don’t automatically give in-depth tutorials on new dots and what they do. It’s interesting to play around with it and discover the mechanics for yourself. For those of you left confused and needing more of an explanation, there’s a tutorials tab that gives you more of an idea what you’re dealing with. The game has different sections, which is an attractive concept considering I didn’t really like the monster dot section. The sections after that have been much more enjoyable to play, and I haven’t encountered a demonic dot since. 😈 The game developers provide updates with new content every week, which both squashes annoying bugs and gives players new material. Tom sum it up, I’m addicted.

Ratskul ,

Most Important Tip: Keep Trying

When I first started playing this game, around when it first came out, some of the levels seemed impassible, and eventually I got frustrated and deleted it. I started playing again a few months ago and it seems different in a better way. I feel like the levels are more randomized and aren’t exactly the same each time you play the same one. On some of them it might take dozens of attempts, but I feel like if I play a level long enough, eventually I’ll get a random free booster or something will happen that will finally let me beat it. I’ve learned to just keep trying, even on the ultra hard levels, and eventually I’ll pass it. My girlfriend is in the high 800s of this game now (I’m only on 178) so I know I just gotta keep trying! One suggestion for the makers though - I think it would be cool if you could buy the “infinite lives” perk and be able to activate it at a later time so you could wait for that perfect moment when you actually have a bunch of time to kill like on a long flight or something.

Editors’ Choice

A minimalist puzzler through and through, TwoDots—the single-player sequel to Dots—delivers accessible and satisfying challenges by the bucketful. While its style and sound mirror the unvarnished nature of its puzzles, its seemingly simple exterior hides a compelling depth that’ll keep you coming back for more.

Information

Seller
Playdots, Inc.
Size
515 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Playdots Inc.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Lives Refill $0.99
  2. Power Up + 5 Moves $0.99
  3. 4 Booster Boxes $0.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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