Digitron game exercises math skills by asking player to quickly combine numbers and operators to solve common arithmetic problems.
Main task in this game is very simple. Align 5 blocks correctly anywhere on the screen and they will disappear.
Blocks can be moved left, right and up as they drop.
You can move any block on the screen if there is empty space next to it.
Operators can be changed by tapping on them and cycle in the following order: +, -, *, /, =
The goal is to put 5 blocks together and build an equation like 2 + 3 = 5
This works in all directions horizontal, vertical, diagonal and in reverse.
When you align blocks into correct mathematical expression,
all five blocks get removed and free up the space for the blocks above.
Green line on the left represents your score.
Each destroyed block is one point and 5 blocks are removed at a time.
Full green line equals about 1000 points – anything higher will be shown as the final score at the end of the game. Highest score is stored in memory.
Time line on the right appears when screen becomes full and no more blocks can fall down from the top.
Once the progress bar starts you have about 30 seconds to remove some blocks or the game is over.
To pause the game make vertical swipe across the screen at any time.
Graphic Design by Ko Kawazoe