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TwoDots (Android)

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TwoDots is a puzzle game and it is the sequel to Dots: A Game About Connecting. The gameplay remains similar. The player is presented with a grid of dots, and can connect horizontally or vertically adjacent dots of the same color in order to remove them from the board. Once they are removed, the dots above them fall down, and new dots fall into the grid from above. By forming a closed square, the player can instantly clear all dots of the same color from the board. New to this game is the "bomb" mechanic; by forming a larger square and trapping dots of a different color inside, they are turned into bombs that remove themselves and clear all the dots around them.

Unlike the previous game, TwoDots has the player progress through a sequence of pre-made levels, presented in the guise of adventuring through various locales. Each level requires the player to clear a given number of dots of specified colors, all within a move limit. Completing a puzzle unlocks the next level, while failing takes away one of the player's lives. The player is unable to play while he has zero lives, though they regenerate at a rate of one every 20 minutes.

Later levels introduce gimmicks in the form of special dot types or board features. For example, the "underwater" levels contain anchors, dots which cannot be removed normally but disappear when they reach the bottom of the grid. In the "arctic" certain locations of the grid are covered in ice which cracks gradually whenever a dot is removed inside it. These levels typically require the player to eliminate a specified number of anchors or ice blocks.

Every day, the player receives a special quest, e.g. to clear a specified number of a given type of object. When the quest is completed, the player is rewarded with a number of supply crates. Such a crate can be used at the start of a level; it contains a random power-up which may e.g. remove several dots or fill the entire board with one color.

The game contains in-app purchases. For real money, the player can quickly regenerate lives, purchase supply crates, or buy a number of additional moves if he runs out of time during a level.

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TwoDots Android The result of one of the supply crate bonuses. These glowing dots always act as if you've made a square when you connect them with even one other dot
TwoDots Android Some levels have more exotic shapes. Dots still fall into the board normally, but they can't stop within the blank squares.
TwoDots Android The initial tutorial teaches you the basic point of the game
TwoDots Android Occasionally, new tutorials pop up to teach you about specific game mechanics

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JudgeDeadd (16022) added TwoDots (Android) on Dec 07, 2014
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