You are given a number X, a sequence of digits
and your task is to split the sequence to get numbers that add up to X.
For instance, with X = 81 and a sequence 15723,
a winning splitting is 1 57 23 = 81.
Are you a number samurai?
Are you sharp enough to beat this game and its variants
- noise digits to leave out
- hidden digits to guess
- right to left swipes
- X to find in the sequence
After some training, you will be amazed by your own progress and prowess.
Try the different modes, including
- a Tutorial to introduce you to the game variants
- a Training mode to test the craziest combinations and unlock
some of the toughest Achievements and get a spot in some specialised Leaderboards.
- an Arcade mode to see how far you can go (points an level)
- a Replay mode for the games you solved and saved
(these games will soon serve as your vassals in an upcoming online "Numbers Wars" mode
and last but not least
- a Versus Mode for casual games with friends or epic mind clashes with random opponents!
- [NEW] an Arena Mode to download special games saved by other players
Slide numbers in a 3 by 3 grid to make rows, columns or Exys (X across the grid) of identical numbers.
Rows and columns give a few points while an Exy gives a hundred points!
Making a row or column quickly is rewarded with a bonus.
The game ends when there are no more points to make.
As you form rows, columns or Exys, new numbers slide in.
"I’ve been letting a few of my boys play with it on our classroom iPad while waiting for their buses, and they LOVE it!"
"You have a real winner here!"
"...[my mother-in-law] ... love[s] Sudoku…[should] give this one a try!"
- a sixth grade teacher
> Texas Computer Education Association calls Sumurai a "Must have app" on iPad for secondary education.
You are looking for a truly challenging math puzzle game, something new and better than the same old, same old. Enter Sumurai Pro, the world's most challenging math puzzle game. Your goal is simple: swap numbers and operators around so that they all form valid expressions.
If you can add, subtract, multiply and divide two digit numbers, you have all it takes. But like Chess, Go-moku or Sudoku, a few basic rules create infinite levels of complexity.
Sumurai Pro provides five levels - from the (somewhat :-)) gentle Easy level to the terrifying Champion level. Start with the easy level and work your way up to the harder levels. Some champion levels are so hard that they could take hours to solve.
Beat your own best time at each level. Watch your math agility improve.
So, go on, give it a spin. If you want to try a lighter version (with only easy and medium levels), try the Sumurai Free app.