two dots
June 13th, 2015 by Amir Ali

The concept of Two Dots is relatively simple, maintaining the same minimalistic design of the original, with the colored dots and simple animations making up the majority of the app. The aim of the game is to produce as many vertical and horizontal lines from the same coloured dots as possible. Producing squares is the best way to advance through the levels, hence the game’s motto: “When in doubt, just make squares”.

Users of the original Dots game will be aware that there are two challenges: collect as many points as possible against the clock, or beat your high score in 30 moves. Two Dots builds upon the latter, with users restricted to a certain number of moves per level. The aim of Two Dots is not to beat your own high score but to beat each level.

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Advancing through levels with a restricted number of lives is reminiscent of games such as Candy Crush and in many ways Two Dots could be thought of as a more stripped down version of these games, appealing to a similar fan base. Each level presents an increasingly higher level of accuracy, with different-shaped grids and challenges, designed to stump even the most avid of puzzler.

Each player is assigned five lives, which if lost are replaced every 20 minutes or can be refilled for 69 p for the more impatient players. Lives are lost if the player fails to compete the level in the assigned number of moves or restarts the level from the beginning. The lives are a source of contention for many, as some of the grids are so difficult that the restricted amount of moves mean that the player can drain their lives quite quickly.

Two Dots Tips for Apple and Android Users:

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To add extra moves or lives, the player has to make extra in-app purchases, which could prove expensive for the most addicted of players. Perhaps more infuriating is the fact that the more difficult levels depend quite heavily on luck rather than on actual puzzling skill by the player, with how the dots initially fall heavily influencing the outcome of each level.

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April 2nd, 2012 by Muz Khan

Updated on 23 March 2012 by Jump Games Pvt. Ltd the new F1 2011 game is available for download and you can race against the world’s best drivers in all-new Grand Prix mode packed with all of the events, including Practice, Qualifying and Racing. You can race on the actual circuits, recreated accurately down to the finest detail, making use of the Retina Display for stunning visual quality, or choose to compete against yourself in Time Trial mode.

F1 2011 features the premier Buddh International Circuit, which played host to the first ever FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX OF INDIA, along with the legendary Nürburging, reintroduced in the 2011 season. Along with KERS functionality, also included are all 19 tracks and 24 cars for the 2011 FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON.

F1 2011 GAME™ iOS
Featuring skilled AI opponents, Driving Aids, Pit Radios and various control mechanisms, F1 2011 delivers a realistic and enjoyable F1 experience.

Compete with your friends with full Game Centre and Open Feint integration and post your best finishes and lap-times with integrated Facebook functionality.

F1 2011 GAME™

Languages supported: English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

Download F1 2011 GAME™ for iPhone and iPod Touch (iTunes link)

Download F1 2011 GAME™ for iPad (iTunes link)

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