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iOS puzzler Dots now available for Android and Kindle Fire

Above: A look at Dots for Android.

Image Credit: Google Play

Developer Playdots just released its brain-teasing puzzler Dots for Android devices. You can download the game now for free from Google Play or from the Amazon Appstore, as first spotted by Cnet.

Dots is a simple game that tasks players witch connecting as many same-colored dots as they can in 60 seconds. You can connect to Facebook and Twitter to compete against their friends on leaderboards. It also has a local pass-and-play multiplayer mode.

Check it out in action:

Dots is free to play. Players can buy boosts that give them a better chance to get a higher score using an in-game currency also called dots. If players don’t have enough spendable dots, they can always buy more using real money. Playdots sells 5,000 dots for $1 and 50,000 for $5.


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