Numericon was available as a giveaway on March 13, 2007!
There is very simple idea lying at the heart of Numericon: it’s necessary to build the chains of numbers in such manner that the last one would equal the sum of the previous ones. It is easy to learn, but hard to master. And won’t the simplicity of the first levels deceive anyone - the further the player gets in to the game, the more challenging it becomes and it’s more interesting to play it. The time lessens and the bonuses gradually turn from entertainment in to serious instrument, which helps to manage the level in the most effective way.
It’s necessary to mark the Puzzle regime, which will undoubtedly attract those who like to solve puzzles. It’s pretty pleasant addition to the game where it’s necessary to solve refined logical tasks without paying attention to the time limit and without vain hunting on the bonuses. Easy and with pleasure.
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 600MHz+ CPU, 128MB RAM