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A new numbers puzzle game to help clear your mind

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 8 May 2019

[cont'd] action until all the blocks have been selected. But, don't forget that every block you tap must be next to the previous block tapped. 

The levels start pretty easy, to get you used to playing but then gradually they'll get harder as you move through the levels. You can take your time and correct mistakes along the way without having to go right back to the beginning but, don't panic too much if you get stuck on a level, as you can use the in-built hints if you get stuck on a particular level. Thankfully, there are no ads between levels to distract you and slow you down and the app features some quite calming background music to relax your mind while playing. The design of the game is simple and clean and the developers have added a couple of new levels for this version. You can now share your level pack progress with your friends and, after completing a level, the share button will also show an image of the board as well as the time it took you to complete the board.

It's said that playing numbers games are not only good to stimulate the mind, they are also good for keeping Alzheimers and dementia at bay. I'm not sure how true that is but it wouldn't surprise me in the least. What is certain though is that playing them induces a sense of calmness and relaxation in people...