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The mind will never rest on such an addictive deployment of shapes and strategies, while blocking the opponent's efforts to win. LinkDots allows up to 4 players at once and up to 10 different backgrounds to choose from. Just pick opponents, friends or machines on the same board.
Connecting dots has never been so fun...
It is not tic tac toe, connect four or Minesweeper, the old time classic games that have granted such great moments. LinkDots goes further than that. Earn points depending on the complexity of the figures. Publish scores in social networks, Openfient and challenge friends.
LinkDots has no age. It is stimulating logical and fun for everyone. A mental challenge, perfect for any place and time, play alone or with other players, excitement guaranteed.
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