Rules of game
It’s been a while since I got hooked to a game so much to play it over and over again for days; the last game to do that for me was Threes. But, I’ve finally found a game that could match Threes! in terms of addictiveness. Called Rules!, the new game from TheCodingMonkeys requires you to follow simple rules and remember them in reverse order.
Memorize All the Rules in Reverse Order
Each rule is relatively simple. For example, tap the tiles in descending order starting from 10 to 1. There are only 16 tiles on the screen, and they only involve numbers from 1 to 10. But, things start to get complicated after you’ve completed a few levels.
For example, the second level requires you to tap the tiles with green images. But, because not every tiles have green on them, you need to apply the previous rule (i.e., tap in descending order) after you clear all the green tiles.
This continues in the subsequent levels. Starting from the third level, you need to tap the tiles with the odd numbers first, then the ones with the green images, and finally the remaining tiles in descending order.
The idea of the game is to complete as many levels as possible before the time runs out. You start with 20 seconds on the clock, and you get additional time when you complete a level — similar to the checkpoint system in most racing games. Once it’s game over, you have to start from the beginning.
Things I Like
Rules! is the perfect iPhone game. You only need a few minutes to play in the beginning, but when you finally get the hang of it, you’d want to play for more than 10 minutes without being interrupted.
It’s the kind of game that everyone should be able to complete; all you need is concentration and focus. Of course, the challenge is in trying to memorize all the rules in the previous level whenever a new one comes along.The game provides statistics on how well you’re performing at the end of the game.
The Rules of the Game (original French title: La Règle du jeu) is a 1939 French film directed by Jean Renoir about upper-class French society just before the start of World War II. He originally adapted the story from Alfred de Musset's Les Caprices de Marianne, a popular 19th-century comedy of manners: "My first intention was to film a...
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Why are there rules in games?
There are rules in games to ensure that everyone plays fairly.
These rules make sure that the winner did not win by cheating or