Big Maker

Big Maker

Big Maker may sound like almost anything in the world of Android games but in fact it is a puzzle game that will give your brain some hard time. The game resembles another puzzle game called 2048 but this one here brings more content to the table and a fresh new feeling to this genre.

The game gives you numerous hexagons with each one of them containing a number. Collect five hexagons with the number 1 inside to create a single cell with the number 5. Do that again and then create a cell with the number 10 inside. Then combine two 5-es to create a single hexagon with 10 inside; then combine five 10s and create a cell with the number 50 inside and keep on doing this until you get a cell that has 10 000 inside. This will be a really difficult task as you will have to plan every move that you make or you may ruin a game unintentionally. Everything ends when you run out of moves and if this happens then you will have to start anew.

Big Maker is a great game. It is for people who love puzzle games and who want to test their brain skills. The game offers addictive gameplay, great 2D graphics and lots of opportunities to reach the 10 000-mark – but only a few of you will actually succeed. Best of all – the game comes for free!

Big Maker is here on Google Play.

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