Keep two dots from bump­ing into ob­sta­cles

The Washington Post Sunday - - TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION - — Hay­ley Tsukayama

The aim of this game is pretty clear: Just don’t hit any­thing.

Play­ers spin to­ward the end by nav­i­gat­ing a maze with a cir­cle that has two col­ored dots on it. Tap­ping the screen in ei­ther lower cor­ner will ro­tate the disc to the right or left to help you move the dots past ob­sta­cles.

It’s harder than it sounds. And the game doesn’t let you for­get your fail­ures. Smack­ing into the wall leaves a col­ored mark that stays even af­ter you’ve been re­wound to the start of the level. That can be frus­trat­ing or mo­ti­vat­ing, depend­ing on your per­son­al­ity.

Still, the game’s sooth­ing sound­track can keep you calm as you re­peat­edly hit the same wall.

There’s plenty of replay value here, and there’s even an end­less mode if you get re­ally good at dodg­ing. The app is $2.99 for iOS de­vices and free for An­droid de­vices.

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