Brain Dots is a game where you have to squeeze your brain to make two balls find each other. For that you have gravity and a pencil. Draw the path and let physics do the rest.
Give me a pencil and I'll move the balls.
The concept behind Brain Dots is simple. There are two balls, a pink one and a blue one, and a predesigned scenario with certain obstacles. Your goal it's to get both balls to touch each other, and for that you have to use the pencil.
With the pencil you can draw the lines that more or less obey to physics laws. Basically they will fall into the void, unless you anchor them correctly. Anyways, if the balls are touched, they will move.
The first levels on Brain Dots are pretty easy and right away you'll think you're the best player in the game's history, but difficulty is progressing and probably you'll need several attempts to overcome the more advanced levels. If you fail a lot of times, the game might give you a hint.
Brain Dots it's a free game although you can buy more pencils with in-app purchases. In any case, you can also buy them with coins that you get after completing a scenario.
What song is this?
Brain Dots it's a very attractive game. Graphics are pleasant, sound effects are suitable and even the background music is good. Well, it's good the first time, because after hearing it repeat over and over, game after game, it gets bored very quickly. Fortunately, you can deactivate it.
A Brain Dots' interesting option is that you can save your games in videos and share them in their own community like in YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. Either way, if you're unable to complete a level, it's very possible that someone has recorded a video on how to do it.
A curious hobby
Brain Dots is one of those games that is useful to have installed to try to reach one or more levels every now and then. Although its name says the opposite, we don't think that Brain Dots will train your brain a lot, but surely would be a mayor challenge than beating up the screen in the typical balls connecting game.