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Train your brain with these apps. Two Dots, Piano Tiles and Watercolors are fun, addictive and challenging.

TwoDots

TwoDots

Join two brave dots as they traverse arctic tundras, navigate fiery jungles, and plunge the ocean depths. Sharpen your skills across 260 challenging levels while uncovering many exciting new features along the way.

This game is fun, challenging, and cute.

9/
10stars

TwoDots is an enjoyable, intuitive puzzle experience. The game is stylish and easy to understand, and it’s addicting in that you’ll often try to beat your own scores or perfect a level. A surprising amount of strategy goes into joining two or more dots, as you can make squares to remove all of that color, score super moves and remove many more than 2 at a time.

watercolors

Watercolors

Mix red, yellow and blue to paint your way through hundreds of challenging levels. Fill the glowing circles with the indicated color to complete each puzzle. Just wait and see what happens when you combine all three colors, it might BLOW your mind!

This game is fun, addicting, and challenging.

8/
10stars

Watercolors is both beautiful and intelligently puzzling. What seems like a simple concept can become very complicated, especially if you’re like me and like to perfect each level. Off of basic thought I perfect about 30 of the default levels, but I got stumped, and the 3-color levels aren’t any easier. There are bridges to avoid crossing paints, different color combinations, and solutions to puzzles. This game is fun, addicting, and challenging at times but relatively simple.

Piano Tiles

Piano Tiles

Watch your step, DON’T TOUCH ON ANY WHITE TILES! This is the core rule of this addictive game. Sounds easy? Give it a try, and see how well you stack up against your friends.

This game is frustratingly addictive.

9/
10stars

Piano Tiles gives you the benefit of having hundreds of different ways to play. Piano Tiles is very similar to other games of its type, you can only step on one type of tile. Some games have it based off a score, or time, or surviving. I was enormously impressed by how many options there were. You can play 6 different game modes, and tweak each to your liking. You can even change the sound from typewriter, to “standard,” to piano (which actually plays little melodies). This game is frustratingly addictive, and all the better for it.