This is a deceptively hard level. You start out with 35 moves and 5 color dots for which you have to clear 41 each. That’s a little under 6 dots per move, average. (Update: with the 1.1.2 update, it’s a little better than the “next-to-impossible” it was before… you now get 38 moves. Clear the […]
In this level, you want as much opportunity to clear as many dots as possible for every move. Two help with this, you need to clear the blocks in the section on the right. I work from the top right and clear that pair, then the pair immediately to the left, and then the four dots […]
This is the first space level with fire (and ice). After a few times through with dot layouts that weren’t all that different, I came across one that started with a square next to the far right column of fire. So, restart until you can get a square in the right next to the fire on […]
Restart the level until you can quickly make a square in the open area in the middle. Focus on the the open area in the middle for making 2×2 squares instead of trying to lap the gaps with a square. Any enclosed area counts counts as a square, so you can wrap around any gap […]
You have 20 ice blocks to break in 33 moves on this one. Again, think of this set up as a pair of continuous columns. The left pair of columns never changes patterns, with the top row and bottom row matching colors (I think always red, as well). The rest of the board is random. […]
This board seems somewhat random each time. I’d recommend restarting until you get at least one visible square on the board and another one that is a single move away from being set up. Otherwise, you’re going to end up way behind by your first square, because you have to clear a little less than a […]
Think of the three sets of columns as one long pair of columns, with the left pair on top and the right pair on the bottom. Make squares from there.
Clear the right column first. It should be mostly all squares from there.
The first couple of moves should be able to set you up for making squares. There is almost always a move that you can make from the middle that will teleport dots from the side columns to set up a square. The first several times through I ate up too many moves worrying about clearing […]
The strategy is simple, but making it happen may take a few tries: Make big squares. If you’re not making squares regularly, you won’t clear the dots in a the moves you have. Tip: If you surround three squares in an L-shape, that counts as a big square. I needed to make at least one of […]