Dots and Boxes is a free game for your e-Ink Kindle (it will not work on a Fire), and has received an average user rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars based on 108 customer reviews. I rated this one a 4 out of 5 stars: if you would like to read the review, just click here or type in http://amzn.to/M9fp7Y into your web browser. If you think the review was helpful, I would appreciate a “Yes” vote on the Amazon website.
Here is the game’s description from the Amazon website:
The classic game of Dots and Boxes comes to Kindle!
In Dots and Boxes, you are presented with a set of dots in a 5×5 grid. One by one, each player must fill in a horizontal or vertical line between two dots. The player that completes a box by filling in the fourth side captures that box. Completing a box allows a player to immediately make another move. When all 16 boxes are claimed, the player with the most boxes wins.
Play against Kindle at Easy, Medium or Hard difficulty levels. You can also play against another person in Pass ‘n’ Play mode and select whether a match requires 2, 3 or 4 wins to complete. Dots and Boxes comes with tips and instructions to help you if you get stuck, and also tracks your best scores, wins, and ties for each difficulty level.
Enjoy Dots and Boxes on Kindle today!
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