Math Based Puzzler

Posted by (twitter: @Joseph_Michels)
April 28th, 2013 9:15 am

My game is almost complete. It’s a math based puzzle game. This is the first time I have made a ‘puzzle’ type of game. I normally stay away from that genre just because I don’t really enjoy them, but I decided to give it a try. It’s been a fun experience and much more laid back previous ludum dares that I’ve participated in. The only thing left is adding more puzzles, but creating them has turned out being a lot more difficult that I thought it would be. I’m hoping to have around 20 or so levels, but who knows how many I’ll actually get in time.




2 Responses to “Math Based Puzzler”

  1. WhatTheTeam says:

    Sorry to bother you but (and please be aware that I’m not a math genius AT ALL), if I understand this right you need to have the right numbers to pass the gates right? So at the end of the level, when you passed the “=40” door, and then divide by 2, you’re amount is 20 right? So how can you pass the next gate?

    Sorry about my english if this is not really clear, i’m french ^^

    • JoeDev_net says:

      The red blocks can be used once and then disappear.
      The green blocks are gates where to pass the condition must be met.
      The blue blocks have unlimited uses, so in this scenario you can use the /2 block twice and become 10.

      There are a couple levels that go through the basics first, so the player should be able to figure this out.

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