Admit it, you’re still playing Dots. Even with the booming popularity of Candy Crush, you find yourself itching to hear the bouncy bleep every time you connect those brightly colored circles. You’re not alone. Since its release in May, Betaworks’ Dots has steadily climbed to more than 4 million downloads, with more than 450 million games played.

[MORE: 4 Design Secrets Behind Dots, the Insanely Addicting iPhone Game]

(Source: Wired)

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    Looks familiar?
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    Ima try this game
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    There Charlotte
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    It is insanely addicting. Candy Crush just looks dumb, but Dots is deceptively simple.
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    I play this, yes.
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