2048 Game

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About this game

2048 is a simple and addictive puzzle game. Even if you don't like numbers, you will love this game. It is played on a 4x4 grid simply by swiping up, down, right, or left. Each time you swipe, all tiles move in that direction. Tiles with the same value that collide with each other are merged. For example, if you joined 2 tiles with the number 2, they will become 4, 2 tiles with 4 will become 8, and so on. The point of the game is to get the 2048 tile!

How to play the 2048 Game?
1. Join the tiles
Start by moving the tiles to one corner of the square. Placing tiles together in the same corner gives you a better chance of moving tiles with the same number closer together. You can use one of the four corners of the box: top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right.
2. Combine tiles with mostly small numbers
Start with tiles with small numbers. Let tiles with higher numbers stay in one corner while you combine tiles with lower numbers. Keep combining small value squares until you reach your goal.
3. Don't put tiles with large numbers in the center
Never keep high-value tiles in the center. This will make it harder for you to merge other tiles because your higher-numbered tile will block other lower-numbered tiles that appear. Therefore, try to keep tiles with higher numbers in one corner while you combine tiles with smaller numbers.

About 2048 Game
The game was created in 2014 by an Italian developer - Gabriele Cirulli. It was originally intended as an exercise in programming, but the success was so overwhelming that even the author himself did not expect this. According to him, he was inspired by the game "Threes", simply simplified the gameplay and replaced the animation.
Updated on
Nov 15, 2022

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What's new

Minor bug fixes