Dots, my favorite iOS game for about 2 and half weeks last May, is still going strong nearly a year after launching and is today launching a significant new feature. Challenge Mode.
In the past, Dots players had to go through the hassle of taking a screenshot of their dots count or comparing scores over social media. But now, with Challenge Mode, players can face each other in head-to-head competition.
As the name suggests, Challenge Mode pairs dots players for a 60 second dots-off. Highest score wins. Matches are made through Facebook or email and works on both the Android and iOS app. But players can cheat.
Since launch, Dots has been a free download, relying on in-app purchases for monetization. One of those power-ups that can be purchased adds an additional 10 seconds onto the game. Even in Challenge Mode. So is your soul worth $.99 to extend…
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