Threes: The Demake


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Threes: The Demake

JohnBThrees: The Demake is a clever simplification of Asher Vollmer and Greg Wohlwend's iOS puzzle game Threes!. Created by Benjamin Davis, this demake contains the basic tile sliding/combining mechanics found in its big brother. The board is filled with white, red and blue tiles. Tapping the [arrow] keys lets you slide everything in that direction, smashing red/blue tiles and identical white tiles together to increase their face value, marked by darker blocks at the top. The goal is to keep combining tiles to create as many massive numbers as possible!

Instead of numbers and cute faces, Threes: The Demake is blocky pixel graphics with solid colors. It's still surprisingly faithful to the original, so if you're wondering what all the fuss over Threes! is about, let this be a bit of a teaser. And since it was made using PuzzleScript, you can dive in and hack the code yourself right from the website!

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Why is this rated yellow?

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It is rated yellow because it will drive some people going crazy not knowing what to do. It Needs Instructions. Could someone explain the game clearly and POST the rules here Please?????? 4/5. Actually, nearly ALL PuzzleScript games are 4/5. The Software Is Amazing!! LOVE The Concept!!

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Apparently, this game is for those who played “Threes!” on iOS and want to play it also on PC. Otherwise, the rules cannot be figured out, and even the title “Threes” does not make any sense.

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Thank You!! I also do not know why this game is rated yellow. Could some one explain why?

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baileydonk Author Profile Page February 25, 2014 1:11 AM

It seems to me the red and blue blocks only combine with each other some times... other times not. Can anyone explain the rules for them?

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This game makes absolutely no sense to me.

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