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Number Shuffle is the classic game of 15 numbered buttons where the object is to numerically order the numbers from top left to bottom right. There is one open position into which any adjacent number can be moved. Our twist on this game provides lower levels where the player can develop strategies for solving the complete game.
The game includes a timer and move counter so you can compete with your friends to see who can solve the puzzle in the least amount of time with the least moves. Hints are provided for assistance. SPOILER ALERT: Deep hints provide a winning strategy so don't go there if you are the sort of person who likes to figure things out on your own!
Math Mixup takes the Number Shuffle game to a whole new level. The object of this game is to solve four random equations. There are 5 levels (not necessarily in order of difficulty):
Level 1 is four addition equations.
Level 2 is four subtraction equations.
Level 3 is four multiplication equations.
Level 4 is four division equations.
Level 5 is four equations, one each of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The game includes a timer and move counter so you can compete with your friends to see who can solve the puzzle in the least amount of time with the least moves.
Hints are provided for assistance. This game is more difficult than it looks!
Ball Trap is a modern version of the classic hand held game where the object is to put multiple balls into 'traps' (holes) on the game board.
In this version, unlike the original game, there are preferences that allow the player to specify the number of balls (and traps) as well as the relative difficulty ('stickiness' of the traps). The player may also choose from several available board skins.
In addition, the traps may be moved by sliding them anywhere on the board, so there are many configurations available.
Play consists of tilting the device in order to trap all of the balls, one in each trap. This requires a steady hand as excessive tilt will cause previously trapped balls to beome free again.
Once all balls are trapped the board will freeze until the player shakes the device, thus freeing the balls for further play.