Dot-a-Pix Light

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4.2/5 (140 votes)

There's barely any faulting the Conceptis Light series of games, and Dot-a-Pix is consistent with their light, fun and diversional qualities. Whether you call it connect-the-dots or dot-to-dot, Dot-a-Pix Light is what it sounds; light, logical and fun. So put away the pens and paper and enjoy a trip down the lane where your inner child plays.

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Probably the worst "puzzle" type offered on Conceptis.

Good for printing out and giving to the kids if they are into it, but hardly worth the time for anyone over the age of 10. I guess one might try it out of curiosity or nostalgia, but I would be really amazed if there was anybody willing to "solve" more then one or two of these.

LTR,1TW July 27, 2011 6:04 PM

I had to double-check the date to make sure it wasn't April Fools. Frankly I enjoyed the long review of a connect-the-dots game as satire of the typical analysis JiG offers.

flumphy July 27, 2011 7:01 PM

Meh. I usually solve the free dot-to-dot at Conceptis every week for the same reason I might play Windows solitaire. I'm not looking for an intellectual exercise, just a minute or two of mindless distraction and a small sense of putting the world in order.

That said, maybe my sense of humor isn't dry enough, but...wouldn't it have been easier just to write a short blurb in a link dump?

Iconian July 28, 2011 7:41 PM

Yeah . . . I think it should have been on Link Dump Friday.

That said, I still played through all the puzzles. Even if it's not really that much of a challenge, I believe these sorts of puzzles can still stimulate and maintain your brain. I used to do a picture find thing that came with a newsletter, every week for years. I don't think it will make you smarter, but it's just like at least walking a little every day. You won't become a runner from it--it's for maintenance more than anything, to keep your brain active, opposed to doing a big stretch or a strenuous workout.

Unless you're like 6 or 8 or 10 or something, of course. In that case it may well be a strenuous brain workout.


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