Numster is the ultimate 15 puzzle game. You can solve grids from 3x3 to 7x7 with high scores for each. You can even solve mixed up photos from your photo library or camera.
Shake your iPhone or other iOS device to shuffle the pieces and then try to get them back into the correct order!
* Try to solve each puzzle in the least amount of moves and in the fastest elapsed time. Numster tracks both your total moves and elapsed time for all levels. Hint: You can move multiple pieces at once, not just the ones closest to the empty space, and it only counts as one move.
* More than just a 15 piece puzzle game! Numster gives you a 2x2 level (3 piece game), a 3x3 level (8 piece game), a 4x4 level (15 piece game), a 5x5 level (24 piece game), a 6x6 level (35 piece game), and a 7x7 level (48 piece game) all rolled into one.
* Numster is not just squares and numbers! You can choose one of 6 colored square pieces, or choose one of 6 colored spherical pieces, or choose a photo from your photo library or camera roll.
* You can even change the label colors for the numbers to mix and match with the chosen piece shape and color. This gives Numster a new look and feel whenever you want or can help out with number visibility on any photo you happen to choose from your photo library or camera roll.
* Need a change of pace? Choose an image from your photo library or camera roll and Numster will scramble it up for you so you can fix it. For an added challenge you can turn off the numbers in photo mode.
* Want a friendly hint of available moves while also bringing the game to life a little? You can turn on eyes for the numeric pieces and the pieces will help you out. The pieces that can be moved will look toward the empty space and if a piece cannot be moved it knows it and keeps it’s eyes closed. ☺
Check out Numster and more games by HyattRichie at www.hyattrichie.com. I hope everyone has as much fun playing Numster as we had creating it!!!
1. Multiple Grid Levels of 2x2 through 7x7.
2. Top 10 High Scores are tracked for each Grid Level.
3. Change game pieces to one of 6 square colors or 6 spherical colors.
4. Select one of 6 label colors to be used with the selected piece.
5. Choose photos from your photo library or camera roll.
6. Turn the numbers on your photos On or Off.
7. Turn the eyes on the pieces On or Off.
8. Turn the game sounds On or Off.