Tip: Falling block can be continously collapsed in left/right directions till timeout.
How to play: Collapse the falling blocks in left, right or downward direction and get to the 2048 tile!
2048 Games, Oh you really like them. So here is the List of 2048 game variants you can give a try and yes it is interesting.
2048 is a computer game that came out in March 2014 and became very popular within a month. Nineteen year old developer Gabriele Cirulli created and published this game on github in his spare time.
It is a sliding puzzle on a four-by-four grid, based on Threes and Fives. The name refers to the game objective: the player merges tiles with increasing values until a tile with a value of 2048 appears. The game can be played in the browser, but there are also apps for Android and iOS.
The game is played on a square playing surface with a 4×4 grid. The playing pieces are called tiles, and each tile occupies one square of the grid. The player can move the tiles collectively, but cannot control them individually. Player must choose a direction (left, right and bottom) on each turn, after which all tiles that move in that direction will move until they are stopped by the side or by another tile. If a tile slides against a blocked tile of equal value, they merge at the position of the blocked tile, which then combines the values of both tiles. With skill and luck, the player can achieve his goal by merging tiles up to 2048.
Tetris is a puzzle computer game designed by Alexey Pajitnov. The first playable version was released on June 6, 1984. On the screen, blocks are constantly falling down from the top of the screen. These blocks have different shapes consisting.
By rotating and moving the blocks horizontally, the player must ensure that, once they reach the bottom, they form a closed horizontal line with the other blocks already there. Any successfully formed horizontal line is removed. If this is not done in time, the layer of blocks will become higher and higher and there will be no more space and time to rotate the blocks.
The player can continue until the blocks touch the top of the screen and the game ends. As long as the cubes are stacked correctly, the player can continue, but in many versions the cubes fall faster and faster. As a result, the game gradually becomes more difficult, making it more and more difficult for the player to correctly position the faster falling blocks.