Running Dots [Android][Free Game]

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Marek Penicka, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Marek Penicka

    Marek Penicka New Member

    Nov 6, 2018
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    Hi, I would like to introduce you my new "quick" game Running Dots.

    You can download it on Google Play or Amazon Store.

    Running Dots is perception game for casual players. In three different modes, you practice your perception, quick decisions and endurance. It is exciting game that relax your brain.

    In various modes, you must divide Dots in correct containers according to colors and achieve the highest score. Over time, with completed levels, higher difficulty levels coming. Dots accelerate, they are smaller and the time between them is shorter.

    This game is a challenge for every player who likes to play games that uses perception and quick decision-making. The level from the level is harder and getting to the last level is almost impossible.

    You can play Dots when traveling by public transport to school or work. You can play it on the toilet or at rest from the comfort of the couch. But it is best to have a peace of mind to get the most out of your focus. Show what is in you.

    Classic mode - Dots move in one direction. With higher levels, dots are faster, with reduced time between them and dots are smaller and with other colors.

    Appear mode - Individual dots appears at different screen locations. With next levels, they get smaller and faster disappear. Their size is diminishing and additional colors are added.

    Route mode - similar to the classic mode. Dots travel along the route that is gradually changing. This mode is demanding for concentration because you need to think about what color at which time you can send it to the right container.

    Game Features
    - Completely free to play
    - No in-app purchases
    - Simple control
    - Statistics recording
    - There are ad when repeating level only
    - Challenge your friends by share your score directly into Messenger, e-mail etc.

    Thanks for trying,

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