While some may say we have too many puzzle games in the Windows Phone Store, they remain a great option for the times you have a little time to kill. Number Rumble hopes to join the number of quality puzzle games available for Windows Phone.
Based on playing the trial version, we can see the appeal Number Rumble has. It tests your math skills along with your ability to manage combinations of numbers. There’s a slight addictive quality to the game and if you are looking for a slightly different puzzle game for your Windows Phone, check out Number Rumble.
The concept behind Number Rumble is that you are given a collection of numbered blocks that you have to combine to add up to a preset value. You must find the right combinations to use all the numbers, cleaning out the game screen.
For example, you have six numbers available and must find combinations that add up to 8, choosing up to two number blocks.
The game is divided into thirty levels and the quicker you complete each puzzle, the better your score (up to three stars). The gaming screen for Number Rumble has a reset button and mute button scattered across the bottom of the screen. Your puzzle variables will be displayed above your numbered blocks. Just tap on a block to highlight it and then tap on the other blocks to combine them.
The gaming levels start out on the easy side but do progressively get more challenging. The only downside to the game is that with only thirty levels of puzzles, it may make game play short lived. One can hope the developer updates the game and adds a few hundred more levels to Number Rumble.
There is a trial version available for Numbers Rumble that lets you tackle the first five puzzles. To unlock the remaining twenty-five levels will cost you $.99.
Number Rumble is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices and you can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.
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