Yog is a fun, casual game that requires great reflexes along with hand and eye coordination. Yog means union or conjunction in Sanskrit, or addition in mathematical context.
The game isn't a mathematical quiz, and you don't have to add numbers. As you go along, additions are displayed, and you have to specify if those are correct or not. As the game progresses, the difficulty level of question increases.
There are two modes in the game - 2 Seconds and Time Trial. In the former, you get two seconds to tap on the right answer and move to the next addition. It's tricky, and as you go along, panic builds on you. You'd sometimes forget to tap, staring at the right answer or tap on the wrong one knowing the right answer. In the time trial mode, you get two minutes to finish the game and score the maximum number of additions you can.
There's also the ability to share your scores via the native sharing framework of Windows Phone and a statistics section to check out your top scores and history.
Yog is a fun game that's great to play when you have few quick minutes to spare. It is vanilla simple, yet gets addictive and makes you pull your hair on what looks like a simple addition guessed wrong. Give it a whirl, and let us know how you like it. By the way, 5 and 3 is 8, not 11, so you need to tap the no button in the photo above. Simple, isn't it? Well, we'll see!