A number game
Another number game?
Yep. Join the numbers and feel the power of the math side.
If you like games like 1024, 2048, or the one and only Threes!, this one may be for you. And if you don’t like them, who knows?
- Choose one of five different rule sets: Simple, Classic, Duality, Insanity, Fibonacci
- Choose a board size as you like: up to 12x12x12, or just 1x2x3, …
- Yeah, you can join your numbers across three dimensions!
- Use an apprentice mode, it can be deterministic or not
- Simple: a simple game conforms to the common 2048 game. Starting with 2 your quest is reaching 2048 at least by simply merging equal numbers together.
- Classic: a classic game conforms to the one and only ‘Threes!’ game. Starting with 1 and 2 your quest is reaching 12288 by merging equal numbers together, while handling evadable nice ‘bonus’ tiles, which turn out to be quite bothersome more often than not…
- Duality: a duality game requires you to handle two simple games within one, while ‘bonus’ tiles help you to double your results.
- Insanity: an insanity game requires you to handle two classic games within one, while ‘bonus’ tiles play havoc with your efforts.
- Fibonacci: a fibonacci game represents a nice variety using this famous sequence. Although the rules are mostly simple, your brain may need some practice in order to handle it properly…
A game can be a cube with up to 12x12x12 sides, if your device can handle it. But being a cube ist not a requirement; just try 3x2x1, if you like. Beware: playing with only one layer may be a wise decision for starters…
Playing a deterministic game means undoing and redoing one and the same move leads to the same result, while during a non-determinstic game anything can happen. Disabling the apprentice mode means disabling the mighty undo button means being a true number warrior. Some like playing on a slippery surface, some prefer not; it’s up to you.
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