For the uninitiated, the aim of the game (literally) is to connect as many of the same-colored dots as possible in a minute. And you can also compete against friends by connecting with the usual social networks.
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
Today’s launch comes a little over 2 months after Dots arrived for iPad, but the Android incarnation actually brings an all-new mode into the mix. It features a non-time-sensitive element, which basically means you can head off and make a cup of coffee and come back to it while you assess the best way forward.
Given its previous success on iOS, the Android version is sure to prove a hit among the Android masses too.
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