A simple addictive game that does not require much skill, people relaxed game.
It’s hard to start this review without having that old Nokia catchline on mind, but what you have to know anyway is that you’re just about to play one of the simplest and most addictive games so far.
We won’t talk about graphics, because they are nothing else than color dots on a white screen; or sound, which is a recompilation of bleeps and bloops.
It’s all about gameplay, the old match-three-of-a-kind gameplay without needing to match three at all, you can connect just two dots as long as they share the same color.
Game’s about getting the highest possible score in sixty seconds, that’s all. If you prefer, you can change the game mode to getting the highest score with a certain number of moves and let the clock aside, it’s up to you to play wittier or brainier.
To ice the cake, there’s a “local multiplayer” mode (a hotseat mode indeed) and some purchaseable power-ups. Great game, based on the most basic premises. Enjoyable by anyone, anytime.
We hope you haven't forgetten how to connect the dots since your childhood, because this game asks you to use that set of skills all over again.