Binary.1001

Contains ads
4.7
757 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Binary.1001 is a challenging logic puzzle that helps relieve stress and pass the time when you are on a bus, on an airplane, or simply have nothing to do. Continuous puzzle solving also helps increase IQ levels and helps prevent age-related brain diseases. According to studies, people who solve puzzles from time to time are less susceptible to diseases such as senile dementia and Alzheimer's disease. In our program, we have created for you more than 6 thousand unique levels. All levels are divided into different levels of difficulty. Each difficulty level contains 1001 puzzles. If this is your first time playing this game, try the very first level of the easiest level of difficulty. If you can easily solve level 1001, go to the next level of difficulty.

Rules

In this puzzle, there are only zeros and ones, some of the cells are already filled, the rest must be filled by you. Your goal is to determine which cells are zeros and which are ones.

Each puzzle must be solved in accordance with the following rules:
* Each cell must contain zero or one.
* No more than two similar numbers below or next to each other are allowed.
* Each row and column must contain an equal number of zeros and ones.
* Each row is unique, and each column is unique.

Each puzzle has only one solution. You can always find this solution without guessing.

Good luck!
Updated on
Nov 23, 2021

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4.7
757 reviews
onlyAPBTs
November 29, 2020
Overall, it's a good game to pass some time. It's simple to learn, simple to play. However, the difficulty levels are all the same; the only difference being the grid size. After finishing the first in Novice you can go straight to the last in Expert with the same ease. What makes the game basically pointless is that you are corrected the second you put in a wrong number with no option of turning that off.
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A Google user
February 1, 2020
The game is simple but is a great logic puzzle, the simplicity makes it challenging to notice the one thing you need to see in order to break the most difficult levels, they chose a good puzzle size for those as well. The worst thing I can say about the game is once you understand it the largest levels may feel more tedious than rewarding but that's more intrinsic to this style of puzzle than the app. If you enjoy learning a unique puzzle game I recommend this one.
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Jon Rout
January 25, 2022
Expert mode is easy, but in a good way. It's just about pattern recognition and finding that next definite step that uses the rules to fill the next gap. Devs, please add a button to immediately move to the next level once you complete the current one. It's weirdly disruptive to click OK and just suddenly be back at the completed puzzle, but I'm just used to how your other apps work
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What's new

Dark mode was added.