This is a 24-stage dot collecting game where you must move boxes around the level to ensure all the dots are collected.
Move boxes around the level to collect the number of dots shown on each box.
Plan your movements so the boxes work together to ensure every dot is collected.
As you advance through the game you also have to pour out the dots which must be collected.
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Collect Them All Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Move the boxes strategically to ensure each has a direct path to collect dots until all of the collection credits are used. Collect all the dots on each stage to unlock the next.
Starting the Game
Tap the play button in the center of the welcome screen to bring up the level select screen.
Levels are unlocked sequentially.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
The top center of the welcome screen has a sound control button.
Use your mouse left click button to select a box and then drag in the direction you want the box to move to collect circles.
Use your mouse left click button to select a circle and then drag in the direction you want to pour circles.
Tap the screen with a finger and slide your finger across the screen in the direction you wish to collect or pour circles.
Controls & indicators
The upper left corner of the screen has a button to go to the level select screen.
The upper right corner of the screen has a move undo button.
Each box or circle has a count on it until it has been exhausted.
The level select screen shows which levels are unlocked.
The top center circle button on the level select screen allows you to choose between 5 different layout color combinations.
This is a simple dot collecting game where you move boxes around to collect dots.
Each box has a number on it which shows how many dots it needs to collect.
Whenever you move a box it moves until it runs out of move credits, it runs out of dots to collect in that direction, or its path is blocks by a square or a circle.
Whenever a box stops moving you can change directions and move it again until it shows no numerical count on its face.
As you advance through the game additional features are added to the level design.
Diagonal – starting on level 10 diagonal movements are added to the game. Boxes which are at an angle may only move diagonally, whereas the other boxes must move in the 4 cardinal directions.
Orientation switcher – starting on level 17 movement orientation boxes are added, which allow a diagonal box to rotate to moving normally & allow a normal box to rotate to move diagonally.
Dot pouring – starting in level 21 you can pour dots which are then to be collected by the squares.
This game has 24 stages which are unlocked sequentially.
You can go back and replay any previously beat level at any time.
Winning vs losing
You win by collecting all the dots on each stage.
You lose if your boxes get stuck unable to move without a path to the remaining dots.
You can use the move undo button to undo a few moves, or go back to the level select screen and restart the level from scratch if you get stuck on a level.
On most stages you typically want to work on the higher count boxes first, as those have the most credits to work off & doing those first can really make the remaining level design layout far less complex.
When you get into the later stages the level design is far more complex & you often need to make a series of short moves where a box is blocked by another box or a dot pourer.
On level 22, for example you move the square in the middle up one dot, pour the dot pourer left, bring that top middle box down, then pour the dot pourer right one square. That set of moves allows you to move the left upper square across the screen right in one move & have the diagonal square near the bottom move upper left one square then down and around to use up all of its credits.
Level 24 is exceptionally tricky.
Move the top diagonal square down and left, down and right, up and right.
Move the dot pourer near that square down and left, then move the top diagonal square down and right one dot.
Move the square with a 6 on it right 3 dots.
Move the 9 square up and left, then down and left to the orientation change box, then straight up 2.
Move the 2 dot straight down, then move the box to its left right and up to clear out all those dots and set that box to zero.
Move the 3 dot straight left, the bring the upper right box down and to the left one to extinguish its remaining credit.
Take the one remaining dot credit and move either up or down with it. Move the 3 box up and then left, then capture the last dot.
Orientation switching boxes
On some stages when you hit dots adjacent to the orientation switching boxes the game may switch the orientation of your box. In most cases this will throw off your ability to beat the level, so you’ll need to restart the level.
In general most squares should only change orientation at most once, so it is best to work off a lot of the credits in the initial orientation before switching orientation.
The game is suited for players who like path making logic puzzle games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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