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25

KimberlyMath has never been my forte, but the recent craze of sliding block number puzzles has really pulled me in. Adding another game to the addiction is Bart Bonte with 25. Use the [arrow] keys to slide all the numbers on the screen. Blocks only move one spot at a time, instead of continuing to slide until they hit something, so will only merge with a matching numbered block when they are right next to each other with no where else to move. The number tiles are not added together, but progress upward one number at a time. Merging a couple of three blocks will make a four block, for example. Red blocks just get in your way, but if you line up three in a row, they'll disappear.

While 25 is clearly inspired by the recent popularity of Threes! and 2048, there's just enough different here for it to stand on its own. The red obstacles make getting blocks together more difficult and add another puzzle element to the game, while the slower movement of the numbers give the game a less frantic feel. While not as original as the games Bonte has given us before, 25 is worth a look, and before you know it you'll be trying to beat your high score... so you can brag in the comments.

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antyradek Author Profile Page March 25, 2014 6:37 PM

Please. Another poor clone of that game. What is it doing on that site anyway?
And developer should come up with some new ideas instead of just copying.

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To make a 25, the way it's coded, you would need 16 777 216 right ?

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shjack180 Author Profile Page March 25, 2014 10:20 PM

I gotta admit, I'm used to a lot better from Bart Bonte. Of course, numbers have never been my thing and I found this game to be more difficult and make less sense mechanically than "Threes!," which I actually did enjoy.

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5082. My highest block was a 9.

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I predict that this is the start of a new Genera!! Sliding Math Games!!! a shorter version of sliding block puzzle math games. What do YOU think about this?

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@zzzzzz

yes

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Scout_friend Author Profile Page March 26, 2014 10:08 PM

Not nearly as fluid or pretty as the original. The red blocks are an interesting addition, but overall I'd rather play 2048. Definitely not the best work from Mr. Bonte.

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