Try to stop the screen from filling up with stacks of balls. Drop your balls strategically and they will pop when the number of balls in a row or column is equal to the balls' value.
Pop questionmarks to reveal their value, find bonus balls, create chainreactions for higher scores, and see how long you can survive before the balls hit the top of the screen!
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- Nightmode available
- No special permissions required
- Optimised for tablet devices
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To play Marbloids press a column on the playing grid; a new marble will appear at the lowest available position in that column. Android will do the same and add one of its marbles. This is repeated until there are no more spaces on the board at which point the game will end.
Score points by adding your marbles to form groups of three (horizontally, vertically or diagonally). When you create such a group the three marbles are removed from the grid and you score 100 points. Any marbles above the removed group will fall to occupy the newly vacant spaces; if these form new groups they too will be removed and additional points scored (100 for every group removed). This is repeated until all the possible groups have been removed. This 'cascade' effect can be used to clear away several marbles in a single move (and score lots of points!)
Your task is to clear away as many marbles as possible to score points and create space on the grid for more marbles to be added. Android's task is to stop you by adding marbles of its own, preventing you from creating your groups.
Android's marbles are added in exactly the same way but do not form groups of three. Instead they are removed only when they form a complete line across the playing grid. When Android marbles are removed, any groups of three formed by your marbles will also be removed scoring further points for you.
To start playing Marbloids press New Game on the main menu. Games can be paused at any time by returning to the menu. Press Resume Game to continue playing. Pressing New Game when a game is in progress will cause that game to be abandoned and a new game started (a warning will be given so you won't lose a game by accident).
The Scores page shows the top 20 high scorers. The default player name can be set in the Settings page (press the Settings button at the bottom of the Help screen). You will be asked to enter a name at the end of a game if you have achieved a high score. Accept the default name or type a new one if you are sharing the game with someone and wish to distinguish their scores in the list.
As the basic game rule (such as the one adopted by Drop7), you drop number tiles onto a game board from the top, and number tiles that equal the number of tiles in a contiguous row or column of tiles are removed. There are hidden tiles which must be revealed by removing its neighbouring tiles before they can be used. As game level increases, a new row of hidden tiles are added from the bottom, so you must clear the tiles as fast as you can.
Numerous adds a new twist to this: if you trigger chains of removals, you earn bonus items that you can use to get you out of knotty situation. These bonus items are:
- increment item, which adds 1 to a tile value.
- decrement item, which subtracts 1 from a tile value.
- swap item, which interchanges two tiles.
- bomb, which reveal or remove a tile.
As the level increases, hidden rows rise faster, but more bonus item slots are opened up, thus requiring you to gradually change your strategy. As you are free to apply the bonus items to any tile you like, you're always in control of the situation, even as it progressively becomes insanely challenging.
Features of the game:
- Refreshing, addictive twist to a classical number game formula.
- Challenge you to change your strategy as level increases.
- 10 leaderboards that pit you against the world's best, and 10 achievements to unlock.
Tens is an addictive puzzle game where you line up numbers totaling 10 to score.
The challenge is to prevent the balls that slowly fill the grid from flowing over the top. You use your turns by tapping the balls and unlocking them in stages. Active balls that add up to 10 in a continuous line horizontally or vertically will dissolve and any balls above will drop down.
You can also tap active balls to increment their number so you have further control over the layout of the grid. But beware, this will also use a turn and every one is precious as you are only ever a few taps away from another layer of balls appearing!
There will also sometimes be a ball that is numbered 10. Once activated this ball will dissolve instantly.
There is also bonus bar with a ball on top. As your score builds up, this bar goes up until it reaches the top and a bonus 10 ball is activated. Tap this and then any ball in the grid you tap will become an activated 10 which will dissolve. The bonus then resets. As the levels progress this bonus increases more and more slowly. The bigger the grid, the slower the progress bar increases.
This free version of the game includes one grid size: 6x6 and is ad supported.
The full version of the game includes four different grid sizes: 6x6, 7x7, 8x8 and 9x9. There is a link to the full version within the game to upgrade.
The smaller the grid, the harder the game is.
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