Dot n Beat – You are going get an F in your next exam!

Intuitiveness
Addictiveness
Graphics
Price

Oh no, you’re reading this… At this point, there is no turning back! You begin to fidget in anticipation of the satisfaction you are about to experience, your hands begin to sweat, your homework conveniently slides off your desk… you are addicted…

Dot n Beat (by Badsnowball) is the most satisfying rhythm game we have ever featured on Edamame Reviews! …ok, that’s not entirely true, Muse Dash is pretty satisfying

Anyway! For anyone who is instantaneously captivated by a catchy tune and graphics that are perfectly synchronized to that catchy tune, it is going to take you less than 5 seconds to thoroughly fall in love with this game!

Set in a sparkly 2D world, your mission in this game is to rhythmically tap on the screen of your device in order to crisscross a line set down the center of your screen. Pretty simple.

In fact, this game is so simple and so “on beat” that it can be played without even looking at the screen of your device! So long as you know the song you are playing to, it really shouldn’t be that difficult to play this game tied up and blindfolded in the back of a minivan! …little did we know that we had been abducted

For anyone looking for an escape from reality, Dot n Beat is an amazing game with gorgeous graphics, music that is actually good, and a bearable number of ads.

Our current personal favorite is Unity by The Fat Rat!

The Conclusion

If you’re a procrastinating student the night before an important test you know you can’t fail, well… you gotta do what you gotta do… 😂


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