Hi there! If you’re here, you most likely either googled for help on Two Dots or you came here from my February 2016 “Six of the Worst” column. Either way, welcome to my very unofficial guide to Two Dots.
I really enjoy Two Dots. It’s the first game in my phone’s Games folder, and it’s where I go first when I have a few minutes to kill*. It’s quick, fun, easy to learn, and challenging enough to make me want to throw my phone out the window every now and then. The developers keep adding new levels and new challenges at just enough of a rate of speed to keep people — like me — coming back for more.
But it also means there are lots of strange and difficult things that players must deal with, and that leads to them googling for help, and that leads them here, to my unofficial guide to the game.
BORING LEGALESE: I do not work for Playdots, Inc., and I receive no money from them in any way. Additionally, this guide is not intended to infringe on any copyrights or harm Playdots, Inc. in any way.
Now that that’s out of the way, here’s a table of contents for this guide:
- Ramps and Wilds
- Booster Boxes and Power Ups
Make sure to bookmark this and check back often; as I make my way through the game, I’ll come back and update the guide with new screenshots, tips, tricks, and other information. If you have specific questions, tweet me or send me a message through this form. (Twitter will probably be faster.)
If this guide helps you out, would you consider buying one of my books? There are several to choose from, and they’re not very expensive. My works of fiction page has several free alternatives as well, if you don’t want to spend money without knowing what you’re getting. Thanks in advance.
Oh, and make sure you support the developers of the game as well by buying stuff from their website (or occasionally picking up some in-game items). If they don’t have money, they can’t improve the game for us, the players.
All screenshots unless otherwise noted come from my phone. All meme images come from google searches.