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.
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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