2048 Bricks

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A puzzling twist on the smash-hit game, each level asks you to stack and combine blocks to make the highest number in as few moves as possible... with a couple challenging rules.

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shipoopie August 17, 2014 4:06 PM

This game is better than towers of hanoi because it doesn't take 10000 years to beat one game. Also, it's less repetitive and has music.

shipoopie August 17, 2014 4:11 PM

The only thing wrong with it is I wish I could click the next brick without having to wait for the starsplosions to finish. I played it a bunch of times in a row and that was the only issue. Sometimes I clicked three times trying to get it to go. It's a super simple game and doesn't need anything else but that little speed up. I didn't bother trying to get the world records and I ignored the score. Just clear the board and move along. It's fun to beat a level right when the music ends!

tchakkazulu August 17, 2014 4:16 PM

I'd love "restart level", "undo move", and "back to level select" buttons. Other than that, great puzzler!

incorporealist August 17, 2014 9:38 PM

Fun little puzzle, indeed! Thank goodness for mute, that soundtrack is not my favorite.

billyswong August 18, 2014 8:09 PM

Level 20, 21 moves, "New World Record"! Yay!


In lvl #100, "world record" says 2. Anyone here who managed that? ;)


Set a new world record for 61 was 26 now 24; it may be possible to do better.

shipoopie August 19, 2014 9:52 AM replied to Ristina Nielsen

@Ristina Nielsen

I think James T. Kirk might have.


WOHO! World record for me!!!!!!!

Level 10 World Record was 24, Now its 22. Still possible to improve I think.

shipoopie August 19, 2014 3:32 PM

Does world record really mean that they save the record for everyone to see or is it just shown to the person that got it?


I am saving an image before the last move, not that I think I need to prove it, but to answer your question as to how you can prove it.
96 is no longer 29, but 27


If you replay your world record level and don't make a world record, you lose your status as having had that world record. :-(


A couple of the world records are apparently somehow "0"?

I find it fun to create my own challenge: Build a tower of 1024-516-...-2 and then put a 2 on top for a huge combo!


Sue Gallo
Yea, I noticed that it loses your record, which sucks. It would be nice if it kept your lowest score.


The world record for 33 is now 25 moves.


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