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    Dox review: A minimalist puzzle game that gives players no instructions in the beginning

    Synopsis

    The objective of the game is to remove buttons from the grid.

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    Dox doesn't come with any instructions.
    Dox: A Puzzle Game
    Free, for iOS and Android

    Dox is a minimalist puzzle game - and we're not just talking about the plain white background and simple shape puzzles. It's so minimalist that the developers Canopy Ltd won't even give you any instructions.

    You just have to figure things out as you move along. You're presented with a collection of buttons in each level. The objective is to remove buttons from the grid but it gets tricky because there are different rules for different kinds of buttons.
    Tap, drag, swipe and erase are the most common actions available.Agencies
    Tap, drag, swipe and erase are the most common actions available.

    Tap, drag, swipe and erase are the most common actions available. There's a back button to undo your moves if you get stuck, a level selection button, a way to switch off sound/vibration and that's it.

    There are no ads to distract you which is good because it can get really frustrating. Try it out if you're up for a challenge.

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