Digit Shelves is a fun, casual game with numbers but NO MATH. (Well, technically there are place values and some general number sense, but you won't even notice.)
Your goal is extremely simple: make big numbers. As big as you can.
But not too big.
Oh, and you don't know which digits you'll have to work with, so leave room for 9s and 8s. Unless you end up with 1s and 2s, in which case you should have filled those spaces while you had the chance!
No problem. You've got time for one more quick game...
--Fixed a bug where the ">>" HURRY UP sign would appear when it should not, sometimes preventing you from dragging out a new digit.
--A few other minor tweaks.
Ratings and Reviews
Could be better if the game did not animate the score tally at end of each session (takes way too long). Also starting a new game after just completing a game is cumbersome. One last thing, the music needs to be optional.
Hi, and thank you for the feedback.
You are not alone in these concerns. A number of people felt that the wait for scoring was too long. I got tired of waiting, too, so in a recent update I added way to speed through the scoring animation. Try putting your finger down anywhere in the purple and leaving it there during scoring; you'll see a ">>" sign and you'll fast forward through to the end.
I also shared your feeling that it should be easy to start the next game. In an earlier update, I added the "New Game" button at the bottom after your score is calculated. Instead of going back to the title screen, it's now one tap to start the next game.
I've heard a number of people suggest a toggle to turn off the music. It's a good idea, and will probably be included in a future update. In the meantime, if you'd like to listen to your own music (or a podcast, or whatever) while you play, you can. Just start your audio in another app, and when you come back to Digit Shelves, the game music won't play.
Hope this is helpful. Thanks again, and enjoy.
Kinda weird but fun
This is a bare-bones goofy little game. The music is catchy; the sound effects are strange. I would give it five stars, but the lack of anything beyond the basic game itself makes it feel like it's missing something. There's not even a credit for the developer of the game and/or a way to contact them.
It's a numbers game. The good news is that you don't have to be good at math. You're basically given numbers and try to use random numbers to make it as close to but not over the numbers you are given. Almost too simple, but fun for a little while.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.