Based in Bristol/Herefordshire, UK
22 March, 2017
Numplussed is a unique puzzle maze game. Each maze has numbers and an equals sign. As you move through the maze the numbers are added or subtracted to your running total. Can you get to the equals sign with the right running total?
The first prototype of Numplussed was built in 1989, when Ian was writing games for the Acorn Archimedes. It looked very different but the basic idea of numbers in a maze with equals signs was there. Many years later the concept was reborn as a mobile game.
- Unique and simple game mechanic
- Intuitive touch-and-drag movement
- 125 free levels
- Up to 300,000 Extra levels available for purchase
- Unlock new themes as you progress
Numplussed Trailer (short) YouTube
Numplussed Trailer (extended) YouTube
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- "The ultimate test of a puzzle game whether it makes you think differently about the objects with which you’re interacting, the world you’re negotiating, and solution you must find. Surprisingly, Numplussed does just that using some walls, a ball, and some numbers. With tons of free content, a unique premise, and satisfying problem-solving, Numplussed will surely bring out the mathlete in anyone. 4/5 Stars"
- Lian Amaris, Gamezebo
- "(In Japanese) Unique Connect and Calculation puzzle application "Numplussed" is super fun!"
- Mikishiro, Isuta.jp
- "(Article: 10 Best iPhone and Android Games of April 2017) It’s a really thoughtful combination of math and movement that is an obvious recommendation for the math-minded, but should appeal to all fans of puzzles and pathfinding."
- Jillian Werner, Gamezebo
- "If you like Connect 4 you may love this. "How to I get to the end point of the maze having achieved the magic number?" is the goal - in app tutorial walks you through it. The levels progress nicely - the easy level starts out very easy but as you progress you may encounter "gotcha" moments - it turns out not so easy after all!"
- Anon Reviewer, Google Play
- "After initially being sceptical about how fun moving a ball over some numbers could be, I'm pleased to have been proved wrong. Entirely addictive, and just plain good fun. Harder than it looks."
- Anon Reviewer, Apple App Store
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About Codeulike Games
Codeulike Games is Ian Finch, a veteran of the 80s/90s BBC/Acorn game scene, recently returned to game development.
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