How to play 2048?
2048 is a very popular browser game nowadays, which, at first glance, looks very simple and has a very simple goal, but not everyone is lucky enough to win it. It is important to note that even those who occasionally get it, the game is not childishly delaying the desire to repeat the victory and set a new record.
How to play in 2048 and what is this game?
The game field 2048 is a 4x4 square. In random order in each of the 16 cells appears tile with a number. With the "contact" of two tiles with the same value, one is formed, and the value is doubled, that is, the two are transformed into fours, fours into eights, etc.
The goal of the game is to reach the figure of 2048. Yes, to win, all you need is to create one tile with a value of 2048, but this only sounds simple. In fact, the task is very serious, since the field is small, and with its full completion, it will be impossible to make the next move.
Today, you can even find articles on the strategies strategy of the game, telling how to play correctly in 2048.An example of such a strategy can be found on the so-called - site publications on IT. The main principle of the strategy proposed by the author is to fill the first column with the largest numbers, the second with smaller numbers, and the third with even smaller numbers. Observing this simple scheme, (although it�s not very easy to follow), you can constantly win and set records one by one, the author argues.
Despite the fact that the 2048 game spawned a kind of boom, it is available in the Apple Store and Play Market stores for free. By the way, you can find in these stores and clones of this game, which differ from the original number of cells. So, in the Apple Store you can find 2048 with fields 5x5 and 10x10.
In the event that you are not the happy owner of a gadget that runs on one of the above operating systems, you can play in 2048 online at one of the many specialized Internet sites or on a website created exclusively for this game -.
By the way, an interesting fact - 2048 was written by a 19-year-old programmer in two days as an exercise in programming. Well, how long has it been known, all ingenious is simple!