Get 13

Get 13

Get 13 is a logic game that is for all fans of the genre. The avatar of the app seems like you will be painting stuff or even doing something else but this is not true – here you will be testing your brain.

The gameplay is somewhat simple – you are given a grid that features a large number of circles with each one of them having a number inside. You must connect at least three circles with the same number to combine them into one new. When this is done the number inside the circle goes up by one. The main idea is to combine all the circles so that you reach the number 13. This is not easy but it is fun. Speaking of this the game reminds us of another app called 2048 – if you have played this one, then you will know how to play Get 13 as well.

Just like most other such games Get 13 does not come with 3D visuals and other fancy features. 2D is all you get here and that’s about it. Add some simple sound effects and you get the picture. After all you will use your brain power here – so eye candy goes behind.

Get 13 is a game for all people who love puzzle or logic games. It delivers some solid and fun gameplay and then more, so if puzzles are your thing, then you should definitely get this game now.

Get 13 is here on Google Play.

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