# 10 is Again

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Quick, what do you get when you add 10 and 10? The answer is still 10, because 10 is Again! Never mind that that makes no mathematical or grammatical sense, because all that matters is that in 10 is Again, you've got to slide numbered tiles to make stacks that up to exactly ten. In this level pack, multiplication, division, and inversion tiles are added to the mix to make the math just a little wilder and the puzzling a little trickier.

One of the few games where I wished I had a touchscreen device instead of a mouse... Do yourself a favor and get it on a mobile device (I hope a link to the developer is ok; I'm always confused to read reviews on JIG (all of them?) without an outside link).

And don�t forget 9, a free cousin of 10 for Android and iOS. So many levels in such a short time�incredible!

Steve - the new levels were included in the same app (on iOs, at least, I don't have an Android device these days to check). There are some minor differences - the iOs app doesn't include the new tutorial levels - but overall, if you get the app on a mobile device, you get both level sets.

To be a bit clearer - all the level sets in this second game except "intro" were added to the original iOs app in an update a couple of days ago. There are some differences to the levels in the set "10 is here again" - it is called "10 is here" in the iOs app, and is missing the first level of the flash version, but levels 2-15 of the flash version are included (I think, I didn't check all of them), and it includes 11 other levels not found in the flash version.

January 1, 2014 1:10 PM

Erm, feeling a little silly getting stuck so early on, but I can't crack 'Multiplying is fun' level 8. Help? :)

@stephalderton: Here is a hint for how to solve it logically:

At the beginning, the sum of all numbers is 34. You have to change this sum to either 30 or 40 by using the �3 cell. For this purpose, which number should go to the �3 cell?

January 1, 2014 5:43 PM

@fcp

3... I think... That would add 6. But how can I get a 1 to add to the 9 that's already there, and/or the 9 I would make by doing 3x3? I could do 9-2=7 but then there would be no 3. Aagh XD

January 1, 2014 8:26 PM

@stephalderton multiply the -2 by the x3

@stephalderton: I wrote �either 30 or 40� for a reason. ?

[In case anyone is wondering why I put a question mark at the end of my previous comment, I did not. For some reason, the server silently converted my heartwarming Unicode smiley (U+263A) to an ugly question mark. What is the preview good for if it does not show the accurate preview?]

January 2, 2014 6:55 AM

AAAAAAAH thanks :) I feel silly...

January 2, 2014 10:30 AM

Great game!

I found the multiplication / division levels to be particularly challenging, but also somewhat tedious because you end up sitting there having to keep counting up all the tiles after each turn to make sure you're reaching a multiple of 10. It would help if, somewhere on the screen, it showed the sum of all remaining numbers, which would take away the tedious aspect.

I enjoyed the hardest 'traditional' levels the most, where the challenge is just to seat the final squares in the outlined boxes.

Please keep producing more levels! -M

January 6, 2014 12:37 AM

Any hints for Inverting level 7?

January 6, 2014 12:36 PM

Anyone know how to do level 3 inverting?

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