Numtris starts off from a similar concept as the Letris where the pieces start to fall and you have to complete each level’s objective before the board fills up; to do this you have two simple rules:
RULE 1: To eliminate a number you have to join as many pieces as indicated in the number. For example:
To eliminate number 2 you need to join 2 numbers 2.
To eliminate number 3 you need to join 3 numbers 3.
RULE 2: If you join various numbers and do not comply with rule 1 they will be added up. For example:
If you join a number 1 and a 2: A number 3 will be generated.
If you join a number 1, a 2 and another 1: A number 4 will be generated.
Starting to play is very simple. Stopping is not so easy as your brain exercises more and more as you complete the almost 300 challenges proposed by the game, being a very good amusing challenge.
- Unique, simple and addictive playability.
- Almost 300 free levels.
- Weekly tournaments with prizes.
- Split screen for iPad.
- Synchronisation by iCloud or Facebook.
- Retina graphics for iPhone and iPad.
- Integration with Game Center.
- Universal and free.
- Minor improvements and bug fixes.
- The game mode Numtris Classic is now more accessible.
Ratings and Reviews
Numtris, while a delightful (and rather addicting) game is still a game. There is nothing wrong with an app succeeding at being a game, however as a way to improve an individual’s number sense it is lacking. It can help older elementary graders get faster at addition mentally up to 6, and for younger elementary age children it can help linking numerals to a group of x objects. In essence this is an enjoyable game with a vague connection able to be made between it and developing number sense.
As a suggestion for the developer perhaps for higher levels, or as an extension in the “Classic Numtris” section the numerals on the blocks could go up to 10, and the blocks could be a smaller size to fit more on the screen.
More luck than skill
Nice clean graphics and good sound. It's a good game at the lower levels.
At the upper levels... prepare to be aggravated and angered. The tiles come randomly, cutting off your moves. The board fills so fast that you have to rush to make a move, but oftentimes, the move doesn't register. When that happens a msg
appears and blocks your view of the top of the board. Lastly, as soon as the last tile falls, it's game over.
Even if you're in the middle of drawing your move. You'll have to spend coins for a few second breather before the tiles come so fast that it's easily game over again.
The best game I've ever seen even when I have such an old apple tablet
It's very logic. It also trains your brain and it's pretty hard after you pass level 20.i just hate it when I loose all my lives and I have to wait a while for a lot of lives because I didn't pay the infinite lives so I get angry when I'm finally engaged into the game so i just will give it 4 and a half stars for the rating section of this review but I still like it though.
- Ivanovich Games
- 42.8 MB
- Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2014 Ivanovich Games
- In-App Purchases
- Obtain infinite lives $2.99
- Infinite levels of classic mode $0.99
- Medium Pack $2.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.