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 [FREE] Next PUZZLE  (Read 3675 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

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 « Posted 2014-12-16 22:46:57 »

Next PUZZLE is a puzzle game designed to be played by anyone and to be enjoyed infinitely. The same mechanics and infinite amount of play-time will hook you and everyone you know to see who is able to reach the highest score in the time game modes and who is able to climb the highest in the INFINITE mode.
The game features a 6x8 grid with values on it, every game starts with all the numbers set to 2. From here you have complete freedom of what move you will choose but your goal is always the same. Make the sum of all the numbers in one column be equal to the number below that column. To achieve this you can swap any value you want by selecting one of the pieces of the grid and then selecting another one you will transfer half of the value from the first piece you touched to the second piece you touched,
*If the number in the piece you touched is odd then the value transferred will be rounded to the lowest value.
*If the number in the piece you touched is 1 then the value will disappear and leave an empty space.
But there is a problem! You have to make the sum of a column be equal to the number below the column but if you make the sum of a column be equal to the number below the column plus 1 then you will lose!
(Ex: If your goal is to get the sum of the values in a column to be 8 then if you get a the sum to be 9 you will lose)
Simple, ins't it? (And if it isn't then just have a couple of seconds in-game, you will get the mechanics automatically).
Now, where's the fun?
Testing your mental speed and abilities!
You have 4 game modes:
-Infinite: You can keep playing forever to see just how far you are able to get! In this game mode you are also able to save your progress to keep playing whenever you want.
-One minute: You have just 60 seconds to get as much points as you can, what are you waiting?
-Five minutes: You have five minutes before your game will end, do as much as you can.
-Ten minutes: You have ten minutes before your game will end, do as much as you can.
Each game mode has it's own separate highscore so you can keep track of how far you are able to get.
Have fun!

Any feedback is very much appreciated.
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