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Septenary

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rated 3.02 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Strategy - Other
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color
number
brain
matching

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Feb 11, 2015 | 10:48 PM EST

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Septenary is an addictive number strategy game based on a simple mechanic: move number tiles around on a 8x8 grid so that same-number tiles touch each other and fuse into a tile of a larger number. The larger the number, the higher you score. Fusing more than three tiles and creating chains grant you special tools that can help you in knotty situations.

New tiles appear after every move. How long can you continue before the game board is filled up? The number of new tiles after every move will gradually increase, but concurrently, more special tool slots will be opened up. Can you gradually adapt your tactics to handle this challenge?

Features:
- 80 levels with 4 types of level goal in the Campaign mode.
- Unlock the insanely addictive Endless mode by completing 20 levels.
- Various types of special tools to be progressively unlocked at high levels.
- Compete on 6 leaderboards and unlock 10 achievements.
- No micro-transactions, no pay to win.

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I was waiting for that intro 'ad' (or so I thought) to make way for the menu, but turns out you had to click past it! In other games, I've learned to not click any such screens to avoid pop-ups, so maybe having that screen fade away after a brief moment of time would be a good idea? The game itself a pretty creative twist to the number jumble genre, takes some getting used to not sliding numbers together (as in: merging the numbers) and trying to get rid of numbers, but rather get more numbers, but it's a clever; challenging concept. Interface is easy to use, and game mechanics are smooth and simple. Overall, a great game!

-cd-


ExK responds:

thank you very much, cyberdevil, for your detailed review!


javapositivejavapositive

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun, but ya kinda random and not alot of strategy. For the random issue, do it like tetris so you know what the next two spawns are going to be.


ExK responds:

hi, javapositive, I've taken your advice into consideration and introduced tile prediction just like in tetris! let me know what you think!


archaeryonarchaeryon

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

the game is interresting, the randomness of the tiles makes it really tough to plan ahead, you basically have to go with the flow and hope you're gonna be lucky, its kind of frustrating at times. the fact that this game is only a demo killed it for me...


ExK responds:

thank you for your feedback, archeryon. the game is available on all major appstores.

what would u have done to improve the randomness aspect?


Toxic-ShredderToxic-Shredder

Rated 1 / 5 stars

This game was just confusing, and the concept seemed a little uninspired. I couldn'y quite grasp the idea, and it just seems like this game was quite rushed. Perhaps add some simple music loop to it and elaborate a little better in the tutorial


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ExK responds:

thank you for your feedback. what else do you like to see in the tutorial?