Two Dots: Muscle Memory

Aesthetic Manipulation False Hierarchy Interface Interference Sneaking

Culprit

Two Dots App

Found

1 year ago


To start each game, users must select a green button. When the app prompts the user to buy more moves, the button is also green and in almost the same location as the button to start a game. As users develop muscle memory in response to constantly restarting the game, they may accidentally click on the option to buy more moves when they run out.

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