What should I play now that I've finished Dots & Co?
September 17, 2018 2:56 PM   Subscribe

I've completed level 550 of Dots & Co. Yay! Wait, no, boo! Can you suggest games for Android (free preferred, but happy to pay if its great) that scratch that same itch?

What I like about it:
Puzzle game
Pretty
Levels to move through! This is crucial
Single player
Can jump in and out of it
Not timer based

Yes, I have the other games by the same company
Thanks!
posted by atomicstone to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (14 answers total) 21 users marked this as a favorite
 
I really liked Hungry Cats, which I've nearly completed. It's a picross type puzzle, single player, has many levels available and you don't need to worry about the clock.
posted by angelchrys at 3:48 PM on September 17, 2018


While you wait for other possibilities, one of the things I am doing is going back to play every level until I get 3 stars on all of them.
posted by ocherdraco at 3:49 PM on September 17, 2018 [3 favorites]


Can you take some timed levels? Alphabear, and other games by the SpryFox folks are excellent. If it's a hard no on timed levels, look at their game TripleTown.
posted by deezil at 3:55 PM on September 17, 2018


(Sorry, I don't know if these have Android versions)

- Best Fiends
- Bejeweled
- Drop7
- Monument Valley (paid, but awesome)
posted by Red Desk at 3:57 PM on September 17, 2018


I really like Infinity Loop on iOS, and I believe it’s available for Android.
posted by Thorzdad at 4:31 PM on September 17, 2018


Toon Blast is generous enough with the coins/free lives, I've never felt pressured to buy the game packs. Not nearly as pretty as the dots family, but scratches a similar puzzle itch.
posted by politikitty at 5:38 PM on September 17, 2018


I have been really digging Flow Free lately. Should tick all your boxes.
posted by Night_owl at 5:46 PM on September 17, 2018


You might like Shapist — you have to arrange all the different shapes (rectangles and unions of rectangles - kind of Tetris pieces) into a given constrained area (with added complications as one progresses).

If you miss doing geometry homework, you might enjoy Euclidea — it presents a series of geometric construction (compass and straight edge) challenges of increasing difficulty.
posted by thedward at 5:59 PM on September 17, 2018


The Futurama game is another good jewel match game.
posted by noloveforned at 6:54 PM on September 17, 2018


Kami 2 is so zen and beautiful. It's free. There's also a huge user/maker section which I find is even more enjoyable than the game, which is pretty damn enjoyable.
posted by the webmistress at 7:03 PM on September 17, 2018


I’m having fun with Two Dots.
posted by bananacabana at 7:16 PM on September 17, 2018 [2 favorites]


Yes, Two Dots is similar and it has 1660 levels, weekly expeditions and treasure hunts and rewinds — so plenty more where Dots & Co came from.
posted by dame at 4:49 AM on September 18, 2018




KAMI 2
posted by hanov3r at 8:03 PM on September 18, 2018


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