Numberful

Numberful

Numberful belongs to this famous list of games, which are very simple, yet they offer a lot. Here you will have to deal with math, so get your brain ready!

Numberful will expose you to a grid full of numbers where you will have to connect some of them to get a number that is needed. Say you need to get 13 – so look for squares that have 8, 4 and 1 written inside, then drag your finger and connect them to get the number you need. You will start looking to get the number 1 (one) but each level increases this number by one so things will get tougher with time. In addition you have one minute only to play so you will have to think quickly and each level that you have completed successfully adds more time. You also get rewarded through points so when the minute finally expires (and it will) you will know what you have achieved so far so next time try to improve on this.

Needless to say Numberful is just a 2D game but it can’t be any other way given what the game offers. The sound inside the game is simple but it will do. Really, you can’t expect eye candy in such a simple math game, can you?

All in all Numberful is a fun game that will help you kill some time while having fun. The app does not require a lot in terms of hardware power so you shouldn’t worry about all this. It is your brain that should worry – it will have hard time while you are playing Numberful but this is not a bad thing – after all having some exercise does not hurt.

Numberful is here on Google Play.

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