Match the Dots by IceMochi

Match the Dots by IceMochi

By Storm8 Studios

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2013-09-27
  • Current Version: 1.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 26.83 MB
  • Developer: Storm8 Studios
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 13,109 Ratings


The aPOPcalypse is here - are you ready? IceMochi brings you an ALL-NEW, ALL-FREE dot-matching game! Connect the dots to beat each level, but don't run out of moves or time! Prepare to become an UNPOPPABLE master of matching: - 100+ COMPLETELY FREE levels! Think you're ready to be a POPfessional? - Connect BIG GROUPS of dots for bonus points! But don't get too DOTty now... - We've got a sleek game board for a SUPER-SMOOTH experience! It's time to get POPular and we're right on the DOT: - Make huge lines of dots to win HIGH-SCORE levels! - Don't let the clock run out in TIMED levels! - Match up the correct colors and you'll have COLLECTION levels beat! - Want to know more? Earn stars to unlock TEN hidden modes! Our dots are LOVESICK and you're the ANTI-DOT-E! It's never too late to make a match ;)



  • Stuck on 118

    By pepper1jack
    I have been stuck on level 118 for months. Bummer. Also real disappointment that when playing at nights I have gotten R rated pop up games with sexual content. I agree with the folks about level 118 as this was s problem two years ago. Also the rules should be more detailed. Wish I could do more stars.
  • Don’t waste your time

    By 2rottenkittens
    This app used to be so much fun but group 118 is impassible without their “download another app BS”. Deuces, I’m out.
  • Complete Waste

    By frenchy0674
    Was addicted to the game and the challenges it presented UNTIL I got to Group 118. Simply impossible to pass nor to get any stars . . I’ve been trying for a couple of months and have come up with a solution . . I’m deleting the app!!!
  • Frozen Dots

    By Hags24
    Game constantly freezes up. If you delete and reinstall you have to start over. Ugh!
  • Too many manipulation of colors in higher levels.

    By yes-robynski
    I enjoyed this game at first but as you get to higher levels, the obstacles of passing a level get ridiculous. Collect so many dots of each color in 20 moves. Well, when all the dots are given in twos and threes it’s impossible. It’s just not fun any more.
  • Used to be great but now flawed

    By Jennygirl77
    UPDATE: Group 118 is passable. I’m on 134 and have never downloaded anything. Original review: I love this game. It's the perfect game to zone out while playing. It used to be so great that there were hardly any ads and no in-app purchases. Now though, it's FULL of ads and SO slow and unresponsive. Forget it! 30-60 seconds lag time after clicking on each new level is totally unacceptable. I never write reviews and since it was taking so long to start each new level I decided to come over to the App Store and write a review about it. That's how obnoxious the lag was to me.
  • Shady

    By Turbo444
    I loved this game. I got to Level 705, Group 118, and I’ve been stuck for weeks. Then I come here and read reviews. Group 118 cannot be passed. Read other reviews before downloading this game. I wish I had. Delete. Don’t waste your time.
  • Keeps crashing

    By Eslva
    This game used to be fun.
  • Too many “Amazon gift cards” pop up

    By No scams allowed
    I would be playing and the screen would go to “You won an amazon gift card!” Took the game out.
  • Entertaining BUT DON’T use. You’ll be totally frustrated by ADS

    By Diggerduck
    The interruption of play by the game opening my search engine with a “Amazon Users” ploy about winning streak something. Close that screen, close Safari. Go back to the game and automatically sent back to the same “scam about winning something”. Do this one more time, and game reopens, I’m guessing this happens every 5 or so games that you play. Refuse to pay to avoid the obvious annoyance. Guess it was built into the game to make people buy the no ad version, I had this game a few years ago and had very few full screen ads that you had to close. Now it’s every other game. And that doesn’t include the risky opening of my internet with “come hither” approach to who knows where and why.