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"Guide your line with precision through different paths!"

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Main Features of Dancing Line

  1. Game Goal: Exercise your concentration and reflection in an addictive game packed by an incredible soundtrack.
  2. How to Play: You must guide a trail that continues to move in a scene with several obstacles. You must be alert to deflect the trace of the obstacles and help achieve the curves to perfection.
  3. Graphics: The game consists of four scenes, all made from simple lines, which are inspired by the four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
  4. Sound: The soundtrack is intense and immersive, drawing players into the game and the challenge.
  5. Game play: Interesting and good level of difficulty.
  6. Controls: The user must touch the screen whenever you see a curve or an obstacle.
  7. Languages: English.
  8. Platform: Android phones.
  9. Size: 99M
  10. Operating System: Android
  11. Developer: Cheetah Games is based in China - Developer trusted by Google Play.
  12. Recomendations: The app content is moderate and child-friendly.
  13. Price details: Some upgrades are paid. Free
  14. Installation requirements: A minimum of 99M of free memory space and Android 4.0.3 or higher.

POSITIVE about Dancing Line

  1. The level of difficulty increases adequately with each stage.
  2. Suitable for users of all ages.
  3. Add-free.
  4. Perfect if you need a fast game to play.

NEGATIVE about Dancing Line

  1. Some levels are very hard.
  2. Includes paid features.

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