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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.
I’ve been playing TwoDots for 4 years now and I love the game. It’s minimalist, very relaxing, and I play it almost every night as I’m falling asleep. However, the last couple updates have been pretty terrible. There are more and more popups asking you to purchase coins, making it so that every time you open the app or finish a level you have to close out 3 different windows before actually getting to the game or home screen. The latest annoyance, the “win streak”, offers terrible power-ups that often prevent you from getting squares from the start of a level and thus make it unwinnable. When asked “Are you sure you want to give up? You will lose your win streak!” I often am grateful to lose it because the power ups have cost me so many games. The more popups and attachments and bells and whistles you add to the game the more charm it loses since one of the biggest draws is how minimalist it is. The past year has seen update after update challenge this minimalism, making the game less relaxing and more stressful. Because of this, it has become harder to play before bed and I have been using the app much less than in the past. If you don’t want to lose long-time players I would advise minimizing the in-game popups and ditching the win streaks altogether. I don’t need a “piñata party” every time I play and I definitely don’t need a “win streak” meter.
I’ve been playing this game for a few years because it is so addicting and fun! Each update and addition has only improved the game and made it more enjoyable. I love that you can choose when to watch an ad, and that for the main game play you don’t have to purchase anything to continue. I only have two critiques. The first is that the levels have gotten significantly harder somewhere around level 1500, where even introductory levels to new dots are difficult to win in the first couple tries, as well as the levels that aren’t labeled as hard or ultra hard. They should be much simpler and easier to win. Being stuck on a level for a month or more is discouraging and sometimes makes me take a break from the game for a while. The other critique I have is that I would love to see the hidden objects mini game turn into its own game. I like it SO MUCH better than any other hidden objects games I’ve found on the App Store, but when it shows up in Two Dots I beat the levels quickly and have to pay to play past level 2. I’d love to see this as it’s own game. Aside from those two things this game is the best in the market!
I'm a long-suffering TwoDots player, and I've more or less accepted that booster boxes are required to beat certain levels. So I watched to watch ads. Every time I the game decided I was allowed to, I'd watch an ad. I watched ads for extra lives. I watched ads for booster boxes. I watched ads to open a second daily bonus door. I would've watched several minutes of ads for 10 booster boxes if I could. Now the ads are gone. I don't have $5 or $10 a month to sink into this game. I just play less. I've been playing since day one. I might delete this app. One additional complaint: on some levels (anchor-based ones in particular), the computer decides when to spawn anchors, and it leaves you with a lot of very frustrating near-misses. Success depends on luck. Randomness is introduced into what is purportedly a game of skill. It makes me want to tear my hair out. I don't, of course, this is a silly phone game. But you get the picture. I love this game. I've watched more TwoDots ads than TV commercials in the last year. I think I might speak for a lot of people: We don't have money, but we have eyeballs. Eyeballs you can keep selling to the good folks at Twix and Panda Pop and The Air Force. I don't know how much money this current squeeze has made you, but it's close to costing you my eyeballs and I think a lot more eyeballs.
I used to LOVE this game and spend hours upon hours every tuesday over-completing expeditions to get lucky chests and basecamps. Now, however, the basecamp system has gone haywire. Instead of the expected rewards from each camp. Certain camps will give 6 tickets??? 6 tickets won't even fit on the ledger for extra tickets in an expedition so 3 of those are completely gone to waste. Also, basecamps give out keys now?? I am sorry but keys are completely useless, especially since they give only booster boxes and no other power up. And NOW the booster boxes they give aren't even permanent. Im sorry but if daily doors (which are also overrun with keys) and lucky chests (which only appear by chance during a weekly 48hr window) are the only ways to get useful powerups now, then I'm done with this game. It was scarce enough already as a free to play player, now its just ridiculous. And another complaint. Why are previous powerups not saved when you uninstall the app, but your progress is saved? I think the items I work hard for should be stored when my phone crashes or gets lost. I had 15 of each powerup that i had saved over months, and when my phone was stolen it was all gone. I love this game but these changes are so disheartening so I will be uninstalling until a patch is made.
Developed by the Playdots, Inc.,
Two Dots has 64 269 user reviews.
Two Dots has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Two Dots (5.17.1) was released on Jan 22, 2020.
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Join two brave dots as they progress through beautiful worlds spanning the arctic tundra, fiery jungles, and into outer space in the #1 hit game in over 100
Be prepared to drop the pesky anchors, clash with monster dots, blast away comets, and crush the gems across hundreds of challenging levels! More levels are on their way, and if you’re ever in a jam, there’s always a power up to help!
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