Just Get 10

Just Get 10

Just Get 10 is a small-sized game with great potential. It seems to be an easy game at first until you discover the magic that sits inside.

The thing is that Just Get 10 strongly resembles the popular 2048 game. This time here, however, you will have to get to the number 10 instead of 2048. The gameplay is largely the same – you must combine different tiles with each one of them having a number. Once you combine them they turn into a single tile and the number all of them carry increases by one. Do the same thing again and again until you reach the number 10. Trust us, it is not that easy!

Apart from this simple but additive gameplay Just Get 10 does not bring much more to the table. The game comes with 2D graphics only and features a simple tutorial inside that teaches you how to play. The game is as straightforward as possible – just fire it up and you will be playing it in seconds.

Just Get 10 is a game for people that want to test and exercise their brains. The game is simple but at the same time it is very hard so you will have to think a lot how to progress further. This is where the charm of the game lies – after all, being challenged to achieve something with your brain is much better than killing hordes of enemies in the name of some crazy goal.

Just Get 10 is here on Google Play. The game is free.

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