Equality is a fun game in which you are presented with a certain initial value and a set of numbered tiles. Your goal is to flip these tiles to reach a random target value in the fewest moves possible.
Each tile's value is a certain power of 3. The game is based on the fact that any positive or negative natural number can be created uniquely using one or more powers of 3. To include a tile in the calculation, flip it up or down to make it green (positive) or red (negative). To exclude a tile that is already included, flip it sideways to make it gray (neutral).
The value of a Green tile gets added to while that of a Red tile gets subtracted from the initial value. When the initial value matches the target value in both number and color, you win. You are awarded points as well as stars for each win depending on how many moves it takes you to win.
There are several different levels with increasing difficulty and you can play as many games as you wish in each level. However, as soon as you earn either 2 green stars, 3 blue stars or 5 yellow stars, you automatically level up. You can still go back to earlier levels if you wish.
- Fixes for iOS 9
- Other minor improvements and layout changes
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Good game for brain sharpness! At first I thought I needed a calculator to play the game, but I soon realized that using a calculator defeats the purpose. It is, in fact, a lot of fun to do the large-number estimating plus the final answer calculations and one's head. I don't mark the simple format of the game. I like it because it takes me back to a bygone era. The author could spruce it up soon, and that would be nice. Adding an improvement to the tutorial on how the first time player also, in particular by showing the addition or subtraction to the number in the top right corner. Also how does one get 16 from 27-3 minus one? I haven't quite figured that one out.
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Awesome number game! 👍👍👍😁
I love this game great way to keep my brain sharp!
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