This is the classic game of dots made for Android. Unique one and two player modes along with customizable colors and names. INTRODUCTIONS:It is totally free funny game for Android mobiles and tablets. Come here to download this game for free. it has a simple design and UI for Android users. It is simple to use and easy to play for us. SUPPORTS:We can set color for lines and set player name for free.It supports one and two player modes for Android users.We can get a lot of fun and hours of challenging in this game. INSTRUCTIONS:1. Connect two dots by clicking on them (up and down, not diagonally).2. Take turns connecting dots to form lines.3. The player who forms the square will get their mark in the square.4. The game finishes when all the dots have been connected.5. The winner with the most boxes wins! Come here to try out this game. You will love it. It will help us out of boring time for free. NOTE:1. Setting button can delay the screen to 1min before it turns off automatically.Note that you may go to setting to remove device administration to uninstall this app.2. If you are satisfied with this free app, you can share with your friends and leave us 5 stars.3. In about button we can get more free applications like this. Most games may require multiple players. However, single-player games are unique in respect to the type of challenges a player faces. Unlike a game with multiple players competing with or against each other to reach the game's goal, a one-player game could be a battle solely against an element of the environment (an artificial opponent), against one's own skills, against time, or against chance.It can be not valid to describe a computer game as single-player where the computer provides opposition. If the computer should be merely record-keeping, then the game may be validly single-player.Many games described as "single-player" could be termed actually puzzles or recreations.Whereas games can be often characterized by their tools, they are often defined by their rules. While rules could be subject to variations and changes, enough change in the rules usually results in a "new" game.