2048 Storms App Charts With Math-Based Gameplay [Video Review]

2048 Storms App Charts With Math-Based Gameplay [Video Review]

The app store has found another craze almost as popular as Flappy Bird. Developers everywhere have been releasing their own versions of the hit app Threes, a tile-based game that has players swipe to add numbers. 2048 is an application that features this same addicting gameplay with its own twists and no cost. Can you reach the score of 2,048 or even higher?

Take a look at 2048 and find out what you think.

This is a Cult Of Mac video review of the multi-platform application 2048, brought to you by Joshua Smith of TechBytes W/ Jsmith.

  • Samir Estefan

    It looks like a copycat of Threes! Is there anything special about it that you would recommend instead of playing Threes?

  • Darrel

    Um, it’s not timed, and probably popular because XKCD recently did a comic about it. But it is addicting.

  • Jacob

    I find that iPhone version clunky. check out how much smoother things are on this one https://itunes.apple.com/app/id847847096

  • Clarke

    that “2048 Cute” iOs version was pretty addictive

  • Đỗ Quang Tuấn

    3 tips for 2048 game winning

    1 – Do not use the up arrow key unless you have no moves left except that.

    2- Always try to keep the high valued blocks in the bottom row and try to arrange the scores on the block in the descending order from to Left to right (last row) and then right to left in the second last row in the pattern.

    3 – After achieving the above pattern it will be just too easy to get the 2048 tile by merging the 8 and 8 tiles to get 16, 16 and 16 tiles to get 32 and go on until you get the 2048 tile by merging the 1024 and 1024 tile.

    Play Now Here: http://bit.ly/2048tiles

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