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If you’re looking for a simple, but slightly addicting game, you will want to check out Dot vs. Square. This arcade-style game has a simple objective: collect the dots and avoid the squares. At first, it’s not too difficult. However, as you collect each dot, more squares appear on the screen, making it trickier to get to the dots. The end result is a fun, but frustrating game that will challenge you to keep playing to see how many dots you can collect.
- Collect the dots
- Avoid the squares
- Increase your high score
- Share your score via social media
Dot vs. Squares has a very simple design. On the main page, players see icons for Facebook, Twitter, app info, and rating the app. A large play button also appears at the bottom of the screen. Each screen within the app has a decent-sized home button which makes it easy for players to get back to the start. Players will notice that the game itself responds to their touch well and moves at a good speed.
This app is not being rated for education.
The goal of Dot vs. Squares is to collect dots and avoid the squares. Each time you collect a dot, more squares and more dots are added to the screen. The dots move in all different directions, so you have to be quick to avoid them. Hit a square and the game is over. The game is simple, but players will want to keep improving their high score.
The app is free to download and play. It is free from in-app purchases and players can keep increasing their high score without limits. It’s a simple game, but it’s a bit addicting.
On the main screen, players are given the opportunity to access Facebook and Twitter through the app’s logos. They’re also shown a star which takes them to an unprotected rate us screen. Additionally, players can share their scores through social media at the end of each round. Ads also occasionally appear in the app.
- YES unprotected rate us
- YES third party ads
- YES unprotected social media
Collect all the dots while avoiding the squares and share your high scores with friends in Dot vs. Square, a simple, but fun arcade-style game.