Two Dots: Brain Puzzle Games

4.5 (92.4K)
531.4 MB
Age rating
Current version
Playdots, Inc.
Last update
2 months ago
Version OS
11.0 or later
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User Reviews for Two Dots: Brain Puzzle Games

4.45 out of 5
92.4K Ratings
3 years ago, iguessthatskindaneat
Distraction from Beauty
I bought this game ages ago and was quite happy to rediscover it. Despite being very beautiful, and having the potential to be a fantastic and relaxing game, I’ve found that over time the app has more or less transformed into a add riddled and somewhat chaotic mess. Marketing itself as a “minimalist” game may have been true a few years ago but due to all the pop ups and constant requests to either rate the app or pay for different features, the adjective no longer rings true. Updates in an app are indeed a great way to stay current but it can be difficult to enjoy with the constant bombardments of varying new quests and tasks. Regardless, I can understand why this type of content is coming into popularity as young children and those with ADHD are gaining access to technology rapidly. I concede that perhaps this game is not for me personally, as it is abundantly clear by other reviews that people enjoy it. I’m simply here to leave suggestion that perhaps a more relaxed approach has the potential to make the app better. I am very happy to amend my review if it bares anyone any ill will and the one star was meant only to get the attention of the developers. I do think this game deserves more praise than I have given it for the art effort that was clearly put into its creation. With that said, I will leave my review here. If anyone takes the time to read this I appreciate it.
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2 years ago, mimic624
Suggestion for developers?
I never write reviews but have become rather obsessed with this game (and spent a fair amount of money doing so). It is so much fun and relaxing while challenging at the same time. One thing I would love to see… If you beat the levels within the required number of moves and still have moves left, allow the player to continue using the remaining moves to keep squaring and improving their score. Or maybe give extra stars for beating the level with less than the required moves. Lots of opportunity to give extra awards! Thank you for considering it! Update… I’m afraid to say at this point it’s getting ridiculous how much money I’ve spent. I know they say you can beat the levels without spending money but I’d still be back on level 10 or something playing the same levels over and over. Lately I have been extremely frustrated because certain levels want you to (for example) drop 20 anchors.. but then you have to make several moves without an anchor ever even appearing on the board! Now you’re down to one or two moves and you still have four anchors to drop so you either have to use your tools that you supposedly don’t have to buy, or spend coins to continue playing. If I spend money to get five more moves I better be able to use them! Please developers make these changes!
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8 months ago, Cyclegoddess
Update 11 Feb: New main map levels are unplayable, it tries to show you how to solve geodes using an illegal move and never works, but it COUNTS YOUR ATTEMPTED MOVES! I’ve wasted two booster boxes attempting to play this level. No response on Twitter or HelpShift, does anyone work at Dots anymore? Please fix your game. The Flip, searches, and Treasure Hunt still work, why doesn’t the main map? Took away two stars because the game is not as good as it used to be and staff is unresponsive. Also, please stop doing business with advertisers who have violent or adult content. I can’t believe some of the ads that are allowed. UPDATE: Where did the daily mystery prizes go? The March 1 update has a flaw. Please fix! I find myself playing this more than I thought I would when I first downloaded it. It is quite entertaining, but sometimes the levels feel rigged. Like during Treasure Hunts, I often get stuck on the final level, and cannot solve the puzzle. I know they're trying to get me to spend money to buy extra power-ups, but I rarely spend money on games, and that's not going to change. All in all it's a good game, and it would have had five stars if not for the pressure tactics. UPDATE: I think they revamped some things. I no longer get stuck at the end of the Treasure Hunts, and I really love the addition of the Expeditions. I play this game every day, whereas my other favorite games might only be played every couple of weeks. Beautiful game!
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3 years ago, mckennabear09
Entertaining but sometimes problematic
I found this game to be really entertaining and a good way to exercise the mind. I do have some problems with it though. For most levels one must arrange the dots to form squares, and use those squares to eliminate many dots at once. But there are things that get in the way of forming squares and make completing the level near impossible. I‘ve found that, for many levels, if one makes a single wrong move then making squares isn’t doable for the rest of the level. The game doesn’t seem to supply the dots in a way that gives the player another chance to make a square. Basically, the player is stuck swiping at random dot arrangements for the rest of the level until they inevitably lose. Another thing I really dislike are the win streak „boosts“. If the player wins a single level they will get a win streak. This comes with boost dots that, when eliminated, will eliminate many other dots at once. The thing that bugs me is that the boost actually gets in the way of finishing the tasks. It eliminates random dots in a way that isn’t helpful to making squares, so you’re stuck again just swiping at random dots. I actually sacrifice my lives and restart levels often just so I can get rid of the boost. So yeah. I‘m only writing this super long review because I wish the game designers could change these features to make the game more enjoyable. I already like it a lot, I just wish it were easier to play in these ways.
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2 years ago, Small call skalds downcast
Creative, colorful, fun app! JUST ONE THING
~2021 UPDATE!~ PLEASE READ AND TAKE TO CONSIDERATION THANK YOU! :) PLEASE fix your daily prize part of this app!! I’ve noticed you guys change the doors with gift boxes which is cute and all but IT DOESNT SHOW UP EVERYDAY! And then it would say I missed my streak. This is frustrating because I open this app everyday just to get the daily prize. :/ So please, App developers fix the bug or glitch that is going on with the daily prize not popping up everyday! The daily prize really makes a difference, it helps me pass many levels, also the win streak power ups are really helpful thank you for adding that as well. This game definitely makes you think, which makes it fun and challenging. The different themes and levels are what makes you coming back for more! I’ve been playing this game for over a year now and I’m not tired of it at all. JUST ONE SUGGESTION: can I use my golden keys for some power ups?? Can we make that a option game developers!! I would honestly play this game everyday if I could but with me being on a budget I’m not spending $5 -$100 dollars on 5 erasers and 6 booster boxes. No. I’m sorry. I have soo many golden keys that I would like to use them on things that are worth it. The extra lives to me aren’t worth it. PLEASE READ THIS AND TAKE IT TO CONSIDERATION PLEASE. :) :)
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10 months ago, Oklahoma Music Fan
Great game … but disappointing in the end
This game is wonderfully designed, interesting and addictive. I liked it and played it enough that I reached the end screen. But I needed some kind of parade once I got that far! A congratulations and big-time rewards and more. All I got was “more levels coming soon.” I like it that levels are still being added but I was annoyed to finally get to the top only to have nothing there. Once you have played that long, you are committed, so it shouldn’t take be that big a deal for the creator to celebrate and let go of rewards the first time it happens and for any time after that a player gets to the end. It was enough of a disappointment — and felt like same ol’, same ol’ — that I quit playing Two Dots and haven’t gone back. It made the game feel very repetitive all of a sudden. Occasionally I miss the fun search games — I hope you all are keeping those up. They add a nice variety to climbing levels. UPDATE: I rediscovered this game again and am going to quit it again. Once you get to the end, there is no fanfare and no extra rewards. It irritated me all over again. Even if heavy users keep reaching the end over and over for more and more rewards, does it really matter to game developers and profit at that point to give them some extra fanfare?
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7 months ago, Hecate Noctis
Beautiful design and very entertaining
I love this game. The main game is fun but there are all kinds of mini games; my favorite being the scavenger hunt. I’ve noticed some familiar characters in the scavenger hunt that are super cool if you notice it though they aren’t part of the find. Just fun little Easter eggs. I’ve seen fin and Jake from adventure time, the crystal gems from Steven universe, the Martian basketball team from space jam, morticia and Gomez adams, the ladies from “death becomes her” and so many more. The art style is so cute I’m just amazed at how beautiful this game is presented for it being just a cellphone game. It’s also not full of adds constantly and you don’t need to watch video adds to progress but they are optional if you want to get certain perks or hints (those perks and hints are also very easy to win without the need for watching an add which is very much appreciated) they change the game designs seasonally to match the holidays there are also different game modes and you can win collectibles too. You can spend money for coins and stuff but again it’s not necessary to progress in the games since you can just win coins. 10/10 highly recommend. I would only ask that they do even more with the scavenger hunts since that’s my favorite part.
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1 week ago, Lady Poolz
Annoying enough to quit after playing for ages
I’m finally getting rid of it. It’s addicting and fun, but it also is infuriating how unlikely you are to get extra moves from the wheel unless you watch several ads, and then probably not. If you click for extra moves, it’ll land on the left of that. When you try to correct it by clicking before the extra moves one, it’ll then land on the one you clicked. So sick of watching ads or taking forever on a level that is difficult to win without the special items. Really taking advantage of the fun and addicting nature of the game huh. Progressive auto ads were the best thing that happened to the app, and now that I am seeing other ads again, I’m annoyed. I know ads are complained about everywhere, and something here to stay, but they aced it with Progressive and it made me bitter when they went back to ads of matching games where the player thinks a hamburger and a soda are the same thing. Outside of ads, a rec for the dev team: change the colors in the default version. I’ve always been a little disappointed with their color selections. They have a color blind option—which is awesome—but as someone who is not color blind, I have a hard time telling the difference between the colors. Bad contrast ratio.
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4 years ago, Im so smart
Amazing, Beautiful, and Addicting!
I’ve been playing two dots for a year now and it is such a beautiful game that puts your advanced thinking skills to the test- like chess. It’s such a fun and creative spin on the normal dot matching games! Firstly, it makes me sad to read some of these negative reviews. Are there ads? Yes. HOWEVER- I have never once seen an ad without choosing to do so. Where as on games like Words with friends you’re forced to watch the ads because they are always on the screen and play automatically. For me, the 5-30 second ad is worth it for me. If it’s not worth it, you don’t have to watch it. Next, I’ve gotten to level ~640 on my own, with plenty of free power ups and special moves, without buying them. It is very tempting, and they do advertise it a lot, but at the same time I think “buying to win” would take away the fun, strategic atmosphere to the game. Finally, there are a lot more features to the game than just the dot matching levels, (the “flip” games, the “find waldo,” and the special levels) personally I don’t play them too often, but I do see how some people get annoyed with all the new features, it is slightly overwhelming on the main screen. Overall, an addicting and fun game. Download it and see for yourself. I dare you.
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3 years ago, Kumitekat
Used to be better
The game developers have become confused about who their audience is in the last year or so. This is a casual puzzle game for people who like to think through complicated puzzles and take a break maybe from other stressors in life. I find the puzzles relaxing. But recently, there have been so many bells and whistles added to make it flashier, and to encourage people to spend money, I assume, that the relaxing aspect has diminished. Trying to make the game more exciting has taken away from the original selling points. Also, all the windows that pop up up now before I can start the next puzzle have become annoying. I am still able to play the game, but I am not as big a fan as I used to be and my interest wanes when I get too annoyed with all the pop ups. I don’t know if all players would agree, but I would rather pay a small amount to open new worlds, say $0.50, than have all this constant noise about spending money interrupting my game play. I don’t want to pay to solve the puzzle because that defeats the purpose of it being a puzzle. I also don’t much care for giving me automatic boosts at the beginning of a puzzle...I prefer to solve the puzzle on my own. Solving it is where the reward comes from in a puzzle game. I will keep playing until developer greed gets too large and the puzzles are no longer are getting close.
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3 years ago, super is pandas
Addictive but has issues
Been playing a long time and I love the challenges. It’s very addicting and sometimes too addicting. However, there are a few issues that have developed: 1) I leveled out a month ago or so. I have had to wait a week or so to get new levels added, usually just a handful. I’m done with them that day and then have to wait for more. I appreciate the other side challenges like the Flip race and excursion that allow me to at least accrue “prizes” while I wait. 2) some of the aids (like mushrooms) are meant to benefit you but many times I’m almost through a level and the beneficial mushrooms actually skip over the items I needed to complete the level. This is really frustrating to waste your final move. 3) sometimes the squares glitch and don’t clear all the colors- has cost me games before! 4)some levels fail to provide the items you need to complete. I may have 7 moves left and need one chick, and never get another added! I’ve seen people complain about the “win streak boosts”, but I love them. I’m bummed when I lose them. They’ve won me way more games than theyve lost me. That being said, we need to remember that it’s just a game. We aren’t forced to play it. I might actually get more done while waiting for more levels!
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4 years ago, Erinnium
Latest couple updates reducing minimalist charm
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.
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2 years ago, ToHellWithChrome
An interesting game…but mostly luck.
An interesting premise, but far too many levels you depend on getting lucky. There are some levels that the dots just USUALLY don’t go your way and you can’t win no matter what moves you make. I’m currently stuck on a level that you can usually tell within the first five moves whether you have even a tiny chance. It seems that a lot of the levels are designed to be impossible to pass without playing dozens of times, waiting to get lucky…presumably in order to make you desperate enough to spend money. One star until that aspect is changed. I have no intention of playing a single level dozens d times just hoping the “random” arrangement of dots makes it possible for me to clear the board properly and win. To begin more specific: I’m at level 185. The arrangement of that board is such that you CANNOT win unless you just get lucky. You can make every move right if you want, and it isn’t enough; unless the game randomly gives you the color dots you need, you automatically lose. You can make every move right and still lose repeatedly. I’ve played the level countless times, and there is no trick, no technique, no strategy to it; the only possible way to get through it is for the game to just randomly drop the dots you need at the right time. I refuse to play a single level a thousand times hoping for luck. This is lazy game design to allow this.
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2 years ago, some random angry kid
Pay to play
This game is fun as a whole, but the best part in my opinion is something called the Two Dots Odyssey. This is essentially a digital I Spy book, and it’s extremely fun. However, you have to pay in game currency to unlock new sections of it. You collect said currency by playing the main levels, and upon completion, the coins are sent to a “mine.” From there, you have to pay real money to unlock the mine. The mine only holds 50 coins, and once it’s full, any new coins that you collect just disappear, and you have to pay $2.99 to unlock the the mine. Once you’ve unlocked it, a new mine is created, ensuring that you have to pay real money each and every time you want any coins at all. Furthermore, the price of new sections of the Odyssey rises with each section, with the first two being free, the third being 7 coins (if I remember correctly,) and the fourth costing 15 coins. At three dollars for 50 coins, that means that the first four sections will cost you $1.31. To add insult to injury, when you click on the mine icon, a message pops up which reads, “Don’t miss out on your hard earned coins!” If you want to play the most fun part of this game, you have to be willing to constantly pay your hard earned money to collect your hard earned coins. There are other problems with this game, but this one bothered me the most, so I chose to focus on it.
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1 year ago, gsf79
Aggressive difficulty manipulation
I discovered this beautiful little game a couple of years ago and loved it right away for the minimalism and problem-solving. Unfortunately, the difficulty manipulation has only become more and more aggressive. I feel like I’m dealt unwinnable hands of dots over and over to frustrate me to make in-app purchases. I definitely often find myself, rather than calmed and having fun, full of explosive rage that leads me to close the game and not go back to it for weeks on end. I wish this game existed in a regular non-app form so you could just purchase it once for a higher price and then play normally. The monetization of these App Store games is overly aggressive and a huge turnoff. Two Dots is a beautiful game, but that just ruins it for me. Additionally, I was really into the scavenger hunts. They used to put out one a quarter and align with major holidays. Now the hunts are ridiculous overkill. Rn there are three at once with less time to complete each: one is the same one from last year, another is a completely irrelevant winter-themed hunt in July, and the third is an absolutely awful pixel art hunt that gave me a migraine headache almost instantly. My suggestion to the developers would be to tone it down and get back to basics. The entire game is unplayable to me now and each time I open the app I’m reminded why I stopped laying months ago.
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3 years ago, Shane Anigan
Beauty, then the Beast
I’ve been a longtime player of Two Dots, from back when it circulated around on a post of calming games. Like a lot of people, I was charmed with its simple design, its playability, and its challenging but rewarding levels. Sometimes I’d play for two hours and not notice any time had passed! Now, it’s an unnavigable mess that’s completely pay-to-win. Everything is a money grab, and even the new features I liked (the new Where’s Waldo-esque search puzzles) ended up locking me out because I wouldn’t pay for more gold, or the godforsaken gold mine, to keep playing. Every single puzzle could probably be solved in a minute if you’re willing to fork over dollar after dollar. Trying to keep track of the new puzzle features is a headache as well, and I can’t get behind consulting an off-app compendium to see how I’m supposed to solve something when the initial draw of the whole game was... minimalism. That, and why bother learning how to solve it when, again, you can just pay $5 or more and solve it in a few taps? I know people have to make money somehow, but this seems extreme if they’re locking players out of certain features. It is still a beautiful game, and I enjoyed some of the Pride-themed puzzles recently, but I’m probably going to end up deleting this app. The user experience feels rotten now and it just comes across as a cash grab wrapped in pretty packaging.
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1 year ago, Moondogg Matt
Sort of fun, then not fun at all
It follows the typical paywall model - sort of fun and easy for a few rounds to get you hooked on the game, then abruptly becomes impossible *unless* you buy the boosters. I wish this model would go away. It has ruined the App Store because nearly every game follows this exact model. No games are based on skill or experience anymore. Every game is pay-to-win. It’s unfortunate because developers apparently don’t realize that users will pay for a good game if it’s fun. Just make fun games and give users a good experience and you’ll make money. It’s not necessary to use this gimmickry to sucker people into these games that require dozens of microtransactions to even progress. I never give a cent to games like this. I simply uninstall them when I hit the wall because it will never end. Every level will require more money. There’s nothing random about how the dots drop in this game. It is all done in a strategic way to force you into buying boosts. The first few levels are laughably easy, then the game becomes impossible without buying boosts. Zero ramp up 😂 It’s almost comical. Dots drop in a way that there is no move at all. Random drops would generate at least some moves, but the game forces you to spend money to progress. Install it, try it, then uninstall it when you hit the paywall. Don’t spend a cent. It’s time to stop rewarding developers for this trash or it will never end.
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3 years ago, MattMann64
Great game but...
I have been playing two dots since it came out I think 5/6 years ago? Point is I’ve been playing it a long time. I’d take long breaks so I could play it more often because I kept getting to the end of the game and I had to wait for updates. I have no complaints about that I don’t think y’all should work any faster. I am sad about the most recent updates though. I miss the doors in the beginning and I miss being able to look forward but now it’s blocked off so I have to get to those levels to see. I understand that might make it more intriguing and I might just be upset because I’ve liked it that way for so long. For me I just am sad I can’t see new beautiful art and see/guess what new things those levels will hold. I’m also not a huge fan of the whole coin system. There isn’t anyway to get the coins! You just have to buy them with real money. I guess that makes more money for you guys but it’s just annoying. I think there should be an option to buy a bunch but also a way to get coins like you get 5 or something every time you pass a section and get a postcard. Or be able to win them in treasure hunts or something. Overall beautiful and fun game I just wish there was a couple changes.
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1 month ago, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Cute but inconsistent and frustrating
Obviously the visuals of this game are nice, and the base gameplay pretty enjoyable, but the levels vary in difficulty to an almost unplayable degree. Some levels are so easy that anyone can finish with 15+ moves remaining, others are so difficult they can hardly be done without many power ups AND incredible luck. Also, the UX does not feel intuitive at all. There are constant pop ups promoting cash purchases and unnecessary gameplay tips. If there are certain special dots present on a level you must wait for their animation to finish playing before you can move, and that may take some time depending on what mechanics are active. This often leads to wrong moves or just feeling annoyed. Worst of all, if you use your 3 bonus moves that are part of win streak rewards, the barely noticeable starburst animation around your move count plays for FOREVER before you’re allowed to touch a dot. Both because it is not noticeable and because it is too long, it’s easy to let a finger slip while trying to make your next move and waste that move. It’s like this feature is built in to test your patience. I’ve downloaded the app twice over the years and both times i have deleted it because it feels like just another scam in disguise built to infuriate you into making in-app purchases.
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2 years ago, A.M. DeRosa
Great Game…Fun & Challenging, but…
Game is a lot of fun! Always different games at every level & the hidden objects games are such a great addition! The problems I’m having is that I was playing against some friends via Facebook. We had been playing this game for a few months. Then all of a sudden we were disconnected. I tried to connect to Facebook again & was unable to. A message came up saying the app was not able to connect to Facebook because it’s still in development, or something along those lines. Another issue I have is that the daily prizes are very inconsistent. I’m a daily player & each consecutive day you play you get rewarded. It was like that for awhile anyway. Now, when you log on it says you’ve missed days, even though you haven’t, and the rewards are nonexistent. It doesn’t affect the game at all, but it’s pretty annoying considering you put all of this time into the game & then everything you’ve accumulated is gone. The developers of the game could apparently care less because there isn’t one response to any of the complaints in these reviews. The people who support their game & pay for the extras are just being ignored, just like I will be, I’m sure. There are many, better games that I would rather spend my money on games developed by people who care about the players. Deleted!
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2 years ago, Pinktink1394
Annoying Money Grab
It’s actually a super fun little game. There were a few things that annoyed me initially, but mainly just because I’m not a patient person. Every level or two I’d beat, they’d introduce a new feature that I didn’t see a way of avoiding to continue what my mind was already focused on instead of switching gears to whatever new shenanigans and being made to play it. Now that I’m further in the game, that doesn’t happen as often, and even if it did that alone wouldn’t be the cause of my 1 star review. Probably would have given it 4, or even 5, stars. It’s not that big a deal HOWEVER, what does annoy me is that there are these little maps where you have to find a set number of certain defined objects. They’re pretty fun and a good mindless exercise to do. But I can’t play them, because I refuse to spend money on this game, and the only way to play them is to spend money. That’s extremely harsh. I get having in-game currency and having the ability to buy it. However there should be a way to earn it, at a slower and perhaps more annoying or effort full way than just buying it of course. But not having a way to earn it by playing the game, having the only way to increase your coins be through purchasing them, and then requiring coins to even play pieces of the game … is ridiculous and I wish I could give negative stars for it. Do better.
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2 years ago, Smit54
Good but frustrating issues
Lately every time it offers the opportunity to watch a video for a free booster box, the screen freezes. Yesterday's upgrade didn't help. It usually takes 5-10 minutes of repeatedly going back to the app to see if it has cleared yet. I also agree with the person who wrote about the irritation on the constant in-app purchase requests. I'd gladly pay a one-time upgrade and to need to do some things to earn extras, but I am never willing to make in-app purchases. Updating this 2 weeks later. Still having lots of problems with the videos to get free lives or booster boxes. Try to load for a long time, then screen goes black and rebooting iPad is only way to get back to being able to use game. Please make sure the videos are a reasonable size and will play. Updating many months later. I love this game, but I am so sick of having to “reboot” my iPad because of videos that won’t play. Please fix the ads. Problem is so frequent that I find myself playing less and less. Why is this so hard to get right?
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3 years ago, Fui trchioiytgi
Crashing my IPhone
- This game keeps causing my phone to overheat and crash. It seems to be an app issue because I have plenty of storage space. This app drains the battery and I feel like any time I want to play it I have to make sure my phone is plugged in. I have no other app that causes this. The game itself lags. It especially crashes when clicking on the videos for free boosts. It’s just a plain black screen that I need to close out and then reopen the app— almost every time I click the “watch video for boost” option. Thus—the boost is not applied and I have to go back into the game and level. The boosts themselves are problematic and most free boosts actually don’t help you—other reviewers have commented on this problem. Also—what is the point of rewarding coins if those coins have to then be bought? Yes—keys can be used to buy some of the power ups but not all of them. It’s disappointing that as I have continued to play this game (please stop asking if I want to link it to Facebook) it’s become more apparent that the app is only interested in adds and getting you to buy more coins. While recognizing that the app has at least acknowledged quarantine and allowing unlimited hearts it still seems to be like most apps—all about profit.
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5 years ago, ChilledChick
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.
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2 years ago, Dogsnbugs
Frustrating unless you want to spend $$$$
I’ve honestly gotten to the point that I hate this game because I love so much about it but it’s just become so frustrating. I loved the little side challenges at first but quickly realized that they’re essentially unwinable without spending money on special moves or extra lives. I have yet to ever successfully complete any of the side games because inevitably you hit a level that you just end up playing over and over because it’s literally unwinable without extras. The main game is not as bad but I’m just not going to spend $20 a week or whatever to pass levels on some stupid phone game. I have no problem purchasing gold or specials occasionally but when I feel like the game is set up specifically so that you can’t win it without using a lot of special moves, then I just feel like I’m being scammed. And playing the same level over and over and over and over and over is just not fun -it’s not like it’s a challenge to get better at it, you just aren’t given anything you can win with no matter how good you are. Anyway, I mostly keep it in my phone at this point because I love the hidden item puzzles. I wish they’d make a whole game of just that. But any time I try to play the rest I quickly become annoyed and frustrated.
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4 years ago, hanniemichaust
So fun!
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!
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3 years ago, Jenny1193
It’s too easy to lose the coins you pay for
The basic gameplay is really good. Some of the mechanics are annoying, but that’s a matter of preference. The big issue is that there are so many other things going on, and so many distractions that you are forced to deal with...Pop ups that you have to tap through in order to get back to the game. Even if you don’t want to play these other parts of the game, or if you know what the deal is with them, you have to tap through the info about them every time they pop up. Also, you have to tap TWICE to quit a game I order to start a new one (it asks “Are you sure????”) but one quick accidental tap and the game happily and quickly takes coins that you paid actual cash for, that you may have been holding onto for something else, and now you have wasted by mistake. I know the developers need cash flow to keep releasing new levels. I’d rather have to pay a bit on a subscription than put up with this crap. (And y’all out there thinking that you’re entitled to all this work for free are part of why we have to put up with this manipulative gamey nonsense) But seriously TwoDots, I’ve given up paid coins 4 times unwillingly because there is no confirmation on that tap...the game has gotten so tedious.
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3 years ago, PlasticStealth
Good Game with annoying setbacks.
I’ve never reviewed an app before, but I’m choosing to now because I enjoy the game but there are serious issues. At the core of the app, you have a really fun game that takes strategy and is admittedly really satisfying. You don’t have to pay for ANYTHING- unless you want to. You don’t have to watch ads- unless you want to. Which is great. But the game is LITTERED with random side-games, distractions and annoyances between games that’ve just as bad, if not worse than ads. I can promise you, if I wanted to play a tedious version of where’s Waldo, I would have downloaded where’s Waldo. It’s extremely annoying to tap through these pop ups. It’s like bloatware designed by the developer and implemented into their own app. Additionally, you’re forced to use power ups at the beginning of matches if you’re good at the game. This seems to help you at first, but actually swaps out the strategy out of the game in favor of randomization that - I promise - will make you lose more than once. I’d rather never use power ups because they’re actually just a ploy by the devs to make you lose the game and buy MORE power ups or skips because you think you’re bad at the game. All of that being said, I’m probably gonna Lee playing the game despite the annoying setbacks, because overall, the core game is fun.
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4 months ago, s.e.a.55
You have to wonder…
This is one of my favorite go-to games on my phone and has been for a long time. It’s really fun, we’ll designed, and can be really enjoyable. So what’s the problem you ask? It creates too many situations in gameplay where you are forced to choose to either end the level you’re on without winning it, or, buy more turns and keep trying. Ok, you say, that’s the players choice and they can do whatever they’re comfortable with. However, when the game consistently forces this scenario to happen by not providing you with the very objects that you need to complete the level, i.e. a certain number of birds, ladybugs, clouds, lanterns, etc. and you have multiple turns left to finish it if they were only there, but you just end up spending them on eliminating dots, waiting for them to fall, but they don’t. You have to wonder… money grab. It’s too bad because I love the game, but I’m frustrated by the amount of times this happens and have had enough. Either create a one time charge for the game or throw in adds like all of the other ones, but stop taking advantage of people.
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2 years ago, Marmarski
Mandatory pay to play = horrible user experience
This is a great game as far as the design and game play are concerned, for the most part. However, I’m not a fan of how it’s not actually possible to beat some levels without using power-ups, often multiple different power-ups, in fact. Even more disappointing is the “gold” (read: greedy) system…some special event levels require you to unlock them using gold coins. There are also tons of other features that require coins to activate. That would be fine if you could earn these coins in the game by doing certain tasks, winning them as prizes, etc. However, that is not the case - you have to use real money to purchase them. This makes for a really horrible user experience in what overall would have been a great game. Forcing people to give you real money constantly to continue to play the game makes things extremely unenjoyable. You should make it so that it’s possible to earn gold within the actual game instead of paying real money, and quite a bit of it at that, to purchase gold in the game’s “store”. Unfortunately this resulted in me deleting this game - it just wasn’t fun anymore when I wasn’t getting anywhere because I refused to shell out a bunch of cash. Very sad the developers made the decision to implement such a greedy business model.
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7 months ago, Rcsoxfan
Message to the developers
Until the developers realize not everyone is going to drain their wallet into games they need to learn a few things. First, making a game too difficult to advance through does one of a couple of things. 1. Leads to the game being deleted and never downloaded again. It turns the game into a moneygrab especially when only spending money will allow you the one last move you need to advance. 2. It can lead to many bad reviews and thus lead to fewer downloads. 3. It can lead to fewer downloads for other games you develop when people realize they won’t advance through the game without spending money. Watching ads is a trade off, but being stuck on a level for three or four days is a turnoff and leads to being deleted. This bad reviews. Making a game where the easiest way to advance is by dropping money is not a fun or entertaining game. My message is simple. You are turning people off to this game because you want to make money and make it more difficult. Just charge for the game a coup,e f bucks and back off on the difficulty. Just a word to the wise. I’m just about ready to delete this thing and find a better game. You are making it too difficult and it’s not a life or death crisis. It’s a video game for crying out loud. I hope you take this to heart and learn from it.
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2 years ago, Gina1762
Flip two weeks playing time
I really don’t like now that the Flip games only giving us two weeks to complete 4 levels of game boards. It was about 30 days and 5 levels of games. The individual games are also being repeated more frequently. Please go back to a month before ending. Now after two weeks of the current Flip and barely completing half the games a new Flip isn’t available, nothing to play right now. I like to get the games needed to go up a level and after getting to the end going back and playing more games on the lower levels. Trying to complete the whole level. When you made the switch for Flip to be available for only two weeks you said the next set of games would happen immediately. There isn’t a new Flip available right now. Please give us 30 days again. Also thanks for giving us “one hour of infinite lives” for free but why can’t it be used for all areas of the game? I’ve never bought one because I am not sure where I can use it. Also you don’t explain if it must be used immediately or can you store it like you can with booster boxes etc? I want the infinite lives to be used with all of the games, like Flip and not just the main game and having the ability to bank it. Flip is what I keep coming back to Two Dots for. I’ve been playing over 3 years now.
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6 years ago, Frustrating 2456
This new update has messed up everything
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.
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2 years ago, DoubleElixir
Not what it used to be…
I’ve played this game for years and truly used to love it. I’ve leveled the quests to the max, so appreciate they’ve added things for those long time players. As one of those players, I know within the first three or so moves whether I’ve gotten a board with a chance to win. Otherwise, there’s no point to play. When you’re newer the game is still refreshing and enjoyable. However, whatever algorithm they use for the boards needs work at the advanced levels. It’s either a 0% chance of winning, or you win with 8 moves left. Either way, there is no challenge or thought that goes into it. When this game came out it felt indie and fun and I was willing to spend a little money. Now, it’s so in your face with trying to push their worthless speed ups and things, it’s seriously like 10 clicks to start playing. I’m not sure what happened, but this is unacceptable compared to what I’m used to from the old days. In the end, I’d recommend the game to new players. It’s still relaxing and has it’s charm. Once you get the squids and random things you have no control over, don’t torture yourself anymore if it’s just frustrating. That’s the point I personally got to.
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5 years ago, 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.
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2 years ago, Mindles98
Great game with minor issues
I’ve been playing this game for ages now and I love it. It’s my go to game when I need something short to pass the time. I’ve completed over 1000 levels and I’ve had a blast doing it. Recently I have discovered what seems to be a bit of a bug for me. I’m not sure when it was introduced but a recent version added these helpful blurbs that pop up on a level where you are unfamiliar with a new mechanic and will teach you how it works. This is a great feature but mine is malfunctioning. I seem to frequently get these popping up for mechanics I’ve had only many levels before and they consistently pop up time and time again on the same level if I don’t beat it. Beating levels doesn’t seem to affect the likelihood for them to pop up. You’d think that I’m far enough into the levels that there aren’t many mechanics I haven’t seen so this is a rather strange occurrence and I hope it gets fixed soon. Even with this minor inconvenience I love this game. Totally worth a try!
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1 year ago, flora_fauna
amazing, free version is totally worth it!
this game is super fun and i play it almost every day. it's super aesthetically pleasing, minimalist, and also fun. one of my favorite things about this app is that you don't have to pay, or watch ads to do 90% of the activities. in order to get a free "booster box", you can watch an ad on some levels, or you can buy them with keys(you don't have to pay for keys either, they are included in some gift boxes/rewards) i don't pay for anything, and i still enjoy playing the game. i don't think it's overcrowded with ads, although there are a few pop-up offers/special deals from time to time. i think it's worth it to have this game even if you don't pay. it's still possible to have a good time playing and not pay a cent. i have two minimal complaints, however. the first one is that there is no way to acquire power ups like shufflers or erasers without paying for coins. coins themselves also do not come in the daily reward gifts, stamp card rewards, or for finishing flip cards or treasure hunts. it is annoying at times. the second one is that the flip levels are extremely hard, even the ones that aren't labeled hard or extra hard. i usually end up wasting booster boxes or power ups on them. :( i know there's not much that can be done about that, and maybe it'll get easier with time. overall though, i think this app is definitely worth downloading, and i love that i can still have a good time playing it without paying.
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4 years ago, Doormatress
Perfect game.. almost
I’ve been playing this game for a couple days now—and to say the least, two dots is a great strategy app, where there are so many different items and strategic placements that can help you throughout the levels, and in order to pass levels with high result requires a good amount of thought. My one issue with this game though, is the gold mine. The gold mine, which you “worked hard for” to earn, adds up to the chest until the entire thing is full for you to claim it. Hard work, right? Well that is pretty much useless once you hear what I have to say. After it fully adds up, you don’t get to just claim the coins for free and move on with your day, but rather have to PAY for the coins you’ve been working extra hard for, which mine was $2.99 for 50 coins (which is so absurd as the 18 coins purchase is almost the SAME PRICE). I would really like to see what they improve on with this, as it seems like they’re just doing it to milk money from all the people playing. I want results as this game is very enjoyable to sit down at home and use.
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1 year ago, Jaym43
Can’t play without spending a fortune
I love love love this game. Having said that. I am having to give it up. You cannot play this game for any length of time without spending regular amounts of money. You can win all sorts of things playing games but very few of them are useful. You get keys for instance but can’t really used them for anything other than new lives and booster Boxes. You get coins for playing too but you actually have to pay to get access to the coins you win. Can’t use the key for ANY of the other power ups. All of the other power ups you end up having to pay for. Would be nice if you were rewarded for play rather than just addicted so you will spend more money. Great game though. Wish I didn’t have to give it up. Btw - you can spend hours looking through stupid pictures trying to find items (think Highlights magazine) but the rewards are not worth it. The “extra” adventures you can play are even worse. Can’t even play them at all without a big wad of cash to buy power ups. Devs need to stop being so greedy with this game. It’s a really awesome game but I am not a bank!!!
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1 year ago, mbklyn
Sexist ads
Well my previous review disappeared when I went to look at my review. The ads are disgusting and while the developer responded that they were going to look into it, I just encountered another horrible ad tonight, this time with the short shorts isolated out and an arrow indicating where the shooting happens right between the legs. HORRENDOUS. The ad shows a woman with her legs up in short shorts. This game apparently doesn’t care about the audience and the way they offend with the ads they are accepting. By the way, I thought these offensive ads were being shown only late evenings (no excuse however, as *I* don’t want to see them, much less my young daughter!), but nope. Saw them several times this morning at 9:30 am. One was a woman bent over in stockings and a bra. Another image encouraging you to play showed a schoolteacher and when you send in the balls to break the brick, it removes her clothes so she’s standing in underwear. The game ads are literally an ad for undressing females. What garbage is TWO DOTS encouraging??? It’s a wholesome game, so why is Two Dots debasing themselves with these ads??? They said they were looking into it immediately. That was weeks ago. Apparently they don’t truly care.
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5 years ago, Creophoto
This app is the ultimate lesson in economics. What was once a beautiful, calming, and well designed piece of art is now nothing more than a thinly vailed money grab. I have been here since the beginning. Before Two Dots there was just Dots, and I can remember how stoked I was to get a 700+ score in the timed mode of that game. That was, sheesh, probably 5 years ago. That they’ve kept me on the hook for so long with a 2D phone game is nothing short of brilliant. When they put TwoDots out, I was floored. I was continually amazed by the frequent, creative expansions on the same basic principle. Slowly but surely however, I began to notice a trend. Victory could only be had after a certain number of ads were seen. I would be kept one move away from victory until I was on my very last life. If I did use a booster, and was on track to win, I would suddenly be given an impossible field to play (must sink 10 anchors, but even after 5 moves no new anchors appear). If I hadn’t used a booster box or seen an ad in some time, I could not win. Those are just a few examples. Somewhere along the way the investors and finance department took control of this team. And it became less about making a fun game anymore about creating insidious ways to coerce micro transactions. You have been warned.
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2 years ago, Astro450
Just another “free” pay to win game
The game is beautifully designed, the concept is fun and the music is soothing. It has the same issue as so many other puzzle games: even though it’s free, you have to pay to really progress. If you enjoy doing the scavenger hunts, you have to use coins to do so. This would be fine except after the first scavenger hunt and the third level of the second one, there is literally no way to earn coins. You have to purchase them with real money. While the puzzles themselves are mostly fun, they get increasingly difficult as the game goes on, to the point that you have to pay money to get the boosters or coins you need to win. This turns the game from somewhat relaxing and fun to just another stressor/frustration in your day. I stopped playing when it got to this point (very quickly) as I have fallen for this trap before. I was really hoping this game would be different, but it’s just another pseudo free game that would rather frustrate its users into spending hundreds of dollars than just make the game cost money for everyone from the start with better gameplay.
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7 months ago, Punkinsmasher
New update?
I’ve been playing this game for YEARS! I’m on level 3808. It’s always been my go to for down time and whatnot. I opened the app today and noticed there’s an update and the daily goals are gone! I’ve made a point to try and play everyday at least a little bit and the daily streak is gone! It’s a bummer for me honestly. I do really like this game and when I had an issue a few years back, I got a reply almost right away and they helped me figure it out. I’ll still leave 5 stars for that aspect but what happened to the daily goals?! Also, please do more scavenger hunts! They are really fun and the art is great. Just keep politics and virtue signaling out of it. **EDIT: the daily rewards is there but it’s just not on the Home Screen anymore up in the top left. You have to start playing along the trail and you can click on the bottom banner too see the daily check in and the fill up card thing before you start playing the level. I’m glad it’s not gone!
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2 years ago, ThePhotoGal
Love Two Dots!!!
But, I dislike it when I have earned and hour to play and there are no more levels to play. I lose hours and extras that I have paid for, but no levels to play. Obviously, I love to play Two Dots! So, either refund me my time or money if you guys can’t keep up with your players and keep the levels going. Would like a refund on lost time and other extras I’ve paid for and can’t use. Please and thank you! A lot of times I will use Two Dots to entertain myself while I am waiting for an appointment or standing in line and it never fails, I will when an hour of free play and I get called up for my appointment or reach my place in line. It would be awesome if you could have the capability of pausing your time so you can pick up where you left off. Please consider this option! Thank you for hours of enjoyment, but please keep up the pace! And, refund my hours and extras with a time limit that can’t be used because you can’t seem to keep up with me!!!
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4 years ago, TylerHLS
New 5th Anniversary Gamemode Bug
After fully completing 1 bingo sheet and being about halfway done with all of the bingo levels, after completing a level in the 4th year sheet, my game was stuck and wouldn’t actually complete the level, despite me completing all of the requirements. My game then crashed and now all of my data in the gamemode was gone. I really liked this new gamemode too because I was able to play with new mechanics and listen to new music because I haven’t gotten that far in the main game. Now I’m most likely not going to restart and that gamemode was pretty much the only thing that kept having me come back to the game. It’s pretty irritating to have spent powerups to beat those ultra-hard levels only to have the data over a bug. This is as close to a “major” update that we’ve had in a looong time that benefits ALL players and it’s not even correctly implemented. It even took away the trophy for year 2 that I got. This is a pretty big problem considering they are LIMITED-EDITION
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6 years ago, Derp8104
Fun game, shameless pay-to-win
Title pretty much says it. Two dots is a great game with a very simple premise complicated by different types of challenges. I'm all for game developers getting theirs, but some levels are downright impossible unless you're incredibly lucky or buy (essentially game breaking) power ups. I mean...some levels will present you with a unique challenge--say "circuit boards"--, then they'll offer to sell you a "circuit breaker" that pretty much wins the level for you. Like I said, shameless pay to win. Also, I’d like to point out that some of their level design is so blatantly geared towards making you use (i.e purchase) power ups. Just painfully obvious. It’s like they design a level, ask themselves “what’s a well balanced number of moves?”, and then subtract 5 from that number. It’s their game, I’m just playing it, they can do whatever they want. But one would hope they’d be a little more sophisticated about it. By the way, I haven’t paid a dime to play this game or use any boosters, but I’d haves paid a one time $4.99 or so to buy a well balanced version. That would not make for a very good revenue stream or business model, would it? Can’t catch any whales that way.
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4 years ago, big head deli
Appreciative / Bug problem on bottom of review
I know I’ve left some angry reviews before on this game but at the end of the day I really do appreciate the whole thing. I’ve had this game since I was about 13, and I still play it 8 years later. The way it’s improved over the years is unbelievable. The sounds, objectives, different game options as far as running out of lives and being able to go play something else like expedition. I love how you guys add different features for a limited time so we can experience something different. The item hunts are one of my favorites. And you guys have made it to a point where you reward us with power ups in so many ways, I barely get frustrated if I keep losing lives. Thank you Bug problem: Recently been experiencing some issues when you go back to the games home screen. The loading screen gets stuck and doesn’t change so I have to keep force closing the app to get it to go back to the home screen
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5 years ago, Songbyrd911
What happened??
I agree with all the other loyal players who are disappointed in the evolution of this game. I’ve been playing Two Dots for over two years and always loved it. It has always been a fun, relaxing, aesthetically pleasing game that’s just challenging enough to not be frustrating. It also allowed the opportunity to earn rewards and boosts without basically requiring you to purchase your way through difficult levels. Now it seems to have been made much more difficult and took away the boosts! The key system really doesn’t do me any good as it takes way longer to earn anything useful, and all the extra tickets and unlimited life stuff really doesn’t help as I tend to play when I get a few minutes free here and there throughout the day and not sit playing for hours at a time. (Unless trying to power through an expedition on a Wednesday night before it ended, which now seems to be an impossible goal as well) Please go back to how it was before, no fun now :( The latest update also seems to have some kind of bug that takes away the sound while playing. Ads still have sound, game randomly decides to go silent.
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3 years ago, Mister_Clemens
I am a new player to Two Dots. Once I figured out the mechanics I had a lot of fun with the game for several hours. But the further I got, the more pay-to-win it started to feel. As the puzzles get harder, they become more random and power ups and win streaks become more important to maintain. Because there’s no in-game way to earn gold, I ended up spending $10 to buy some. I quickly realized it was a waste of money, as $10 worth of gold gets you nowhere. I could easily see myself spending hundreds of dollars on this game over time if I was really addicted. I have no problem at all paying for games and I realize these companies need income. I’d much rather pay a flat up front fee for a good game then feel like I’m getting squeezed for a few bucks every time I start it. To be clear, it’s possible to play Two Dots without paying money, but if you’re dying a lot at the higher levels, your gaming sessions are going to be very short because of the limited life mechanic. If you’re looking for a good time-waster that doesn’t constantly ask for your money, this unfortunately isn’t it unless you’re already exceptionally good at it.
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2 years ago, Fur Shen
Stop spending money on new side quests and just develop the game!
I’ve been playing this game for forever but now I rarely open it, and when I do it’s to play the hidden objects game (honestly if the devs made an entire app of just the hidden objects game I’d actually pay money for it). The pop-ups are the worst thing on earth, and there are all these buttons around the edge of the screen that are vaguely explained and not interesting at ALL. From reading the other reviews, clearly nobody likes all of these side quests I’d suggest cutting most of them and spending money to make the game free but PLAYABLE. The visuals are amazing, and the music is calming but the pop-ups are stressful and annoying. There’s no way to earn useful currency in the game without paying real cash, which is infuriating. Not to mention how most of the levels are designed with power ups that just hurt you in the long run. This series of games used to be amazing but now it’s just filler and paywalls. It’s like a wolf in sheep’s clothing with the beautiful art and music while the devs shake you down for cash.
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