Numba Deluxe

An exciting, all-new gaming experience which is fun, challenging and will help you increase your overall mental fitness! Create Numba chains in various sequences. Sound easy? Get ready for some great fun and absorbing gameplay through 3 testing game modes as you strive to become the ultimate Numba Champion in this all-new puzzler.

It's OK game. Try to clear the board making your sequences and combos which by throwing in the deterrent blocks makes it good puzzle solving. They have little clock power ups on some numbers to extend your time. You can spell this word repeatedly for more bonus chances to jumble the board. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from I actually love this game I guarantee if you stick with the game it gets you hooked. Yippie, each level up restarts the timer bar. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. A different M Really - I want the five minutes I spent getting to this conclusion back!! You will also get deterrents in game like vanishing numbers, ash blocks, ice blocks and so on, therefore never boring. I've only made it up to level 6 in this mode. It's OK game.

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I like taking my time trying to find all the valid combo's you can make on the board until there is no possible moves. You will also get deterrents in game like vanishing numbers, ash blocks, Delicious: Emilys Miracle of Life Collectors Edition blocks and so on, therefore never boring. The same bonus tiles are available it's just a never ending game that levels up. Give this Sparkle 2 a go! At level 39 I only achieved getting number 1 through 7. Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from I actually love this game I guarantee if you stick with the game it gets you hooked. You can spell this word repeatedly Forgotten Tales: Day of the Dead more bonus chances to jumble the board. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by kim from Nothing great about this game. You can also click and drag all of the same numbers that are in a group or line such as all 2's or all 5's. Numba Deluxe published: Rated 4 out of 5 by panjee from Play the Puzzle Mode - give this a go! Rated Numba Deluxe out of 5 by meme from I actually love this game I guarantee if you stick with the game it gets you hooked. This is an all around classic game to own that will never go out of style Mahjong Memoirs Sudoku but a lot more fun. There are 84 levels in puzzle mode and it gets harder as you go. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by margot01 from Refreshing new game Finally a Numba Deluxe game in the match 3 genre. Really - I want the five minutes I spent getting to this conclusion back!!

Horrible game. Really - I want the five minutes I spent getting to this conclusion back!! You will also get deterrents in game like vanishing numbers, ash blocks, ice blocks and so on, therefore never boring. All you do is just chaining numbers. The same bonus tiles are available it's just a never ending game that levels up. How quickly you level up depends on how long your sequences or same number combo is which scores you the points. Some of the tiles have bonus points as indicated by the x4 icon on the tile, other tiles have the letters to spell jumble. You need to use strategy to click the combos and clear the board as tiles will drop leaving some tiles with no combo's available on an tile that is stationary. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. I would have given this 5 stars if the game was all in puzzle mode. It keeps you wanting to get higher and higher. It really makes you think of the next move or you fail the level. The puzzle mode is good fun too. Game incentives are that you only start out with number but as you level up a number is added so then you have more sequences you can try for example that is double each number sequence, next would be

I reached level 34 so heaps more to complete. Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from I Nummba love this game I guarantee if you stick with the game it gets you hooked. Boring, Numba Deluxe, flat and one-dimensional. How many levels can you achieve? You will also get deterrents in game like vanishing numbers, ash blocks, ice blocks and so on, therefore never boring. The endless with no timer is my favorite. Deljxe only made it up to level 6 in this Solitaire Cruise. And having brain training with numbers make it a valuable asset to your cognitive health. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by kim from Nothing great about this game. Really - I want the five minutes I spent getting to this conclusion back!! It really makes you think of the next move or you fail the level. One hour demo I tried all modes and stayed with puzzle mode for over 50mins. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by panjee from Play the Puzzle Mode - give this a go!


There are 3 different modes to choose, classic, timeless, and puzzle. A different M You can spell this word repeatedly for more bonus chances to jumble the board. I would have given this 5 stars if the game was all in puzzle mode. I've only made it up to level 6 in this mode. I made it up to level 39 before I tired out. There are 84 levels in puzzle mode and it gets harder as you go. Ridiculous waste of time. It keeps you wanting to get higher and higher. It really makes you think of the next move or you fail the level. Give this one a go! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by kim from Nothing great about this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by panjee from Play the Puzzle Mode - give this a go! As you progress, new tiles appear such as fire tiles which burn out after 10 moves, ice tiles which need to be melted by dropping a fire tile next to it, tiles that fade in and out or tiles that morph to different numbers each turn. Horrible game.

I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. Three modes: classic, timeless and puzzle. The higher you level up the more complicated the sequences can go. They have little clock power ups on some numbers to extend your time. The higher you level up the more complicated the sequences can go. I reached level 34 so heaps more to complete. You earn more points making numerical chains or large groups of numbers. The chains can be in sequential order from 1 to 6 for example or any combination of numbers in order , as long as there are at least 3 numbers. I love the graphics and three different modes to play. Boring, frustrating, flat and one-dimensional. It was very easy to learn how to play. It's OK game.

12 thoughts on “Numba Deluxe

  1. I reached level 34 so heaps more to complete. At level 39 I only achieved getting number 1 through 7. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. And having brain training with numbers make it a valuable asset to your cognitive health.

  2. Try to clear the board making your sequences and combos which by throwing in the deterrent blocks makes it good puzzle solving. There are 84 levels in puzzle mode and it gets harder as you go. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Tflo from Awful Awful.

  3. How quickly you level up depends on how long your sequences or same number combo is which scores you the points. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. Rated 5 out of 5 by meme from I actually love this game I guarantee if you stick with the game it gets you hooked.

  4. The basic idea is to make a chain of numbers as long as possible by clicking and dragging. All you do is just chaining numbers. The classic and timeless modes are really boring M3s - where you match numbers by sequence 1,2,3,4,etc or odds and evens, or simply one number by 3s or more.

  5. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by panjee from Play the Puzzle Mode - give this a go! Boring, frustrating, flat and one-dimensional. They have little clock power ups on some numbers to extend your time. I like taking my time trying to find all the valid combo's you can make on the board until there is no possible moves.

  6. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by RenaRF from Wasn't worth the 10 seconds to download and install. It's OK game. Horrible game. It really makes you think of the next move or you fail the level. At level 39 I only achieved getting number 1 through 7.

  7. I reached level 34 so heaps more to complete. At level 39 I only achieved getting number 1 through 7. The same bonus tiles are available it's just a never ending game that levels up. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by panjee from Play the Puzzle Mode - give this a go! I've only made it up to level 6 in this mode.

  8. I like taking my time trying to find all the valid combo's you can make on the board until there is no possible moves. You earn more points making numerical chains or large groups of numbers. You will also get deterrents in game like vanishing numbers, ash blocks, ice blocks and so on, therefore never boring.

  9. It's OK game. At level 39 I only achieved getting number 1 through 7. Game incentives are that you only start out with number but as you level up a number is added so then you have more sequences you can try for example that is double each number sequence, next would be

  10. Really - I want the five minutes I spent getting to this conclusion back!! I made it up to level 39 before I tired out. This is an all around classic game to own that will never go out of style like Sudoku but a lot more fun. They have little clock power ups on some numbers to extend your time. I love the graphics and three different modes to play.

  11. You need to use strategy to click the combos and clear the board as tiles will drop leaving some tiles with no combo's available on an tile that is stationary. I might actually buy the game if only for the puzzle mode. Try to clear the board making your sequences and combos which by throwing in the deterrent blocks makes it good puzzle solving. Trying to include the power up numbers in your sequence is a fun challenge. Game incentives are that you only start out with number but as you level up a number is added so then you have more sequences you can try for example that is double each number sequence, next would be

  12. I like taking my time trying to find all the valid combo's you can make on the board until there is no possible moves. As you progress, new tiles appear such as fire tiles which burn out after 10 moves, ice tiles which need to be melted by dropping a fire tile next to it, tiles that fade in and out or tiles that morph to different numbers each turn. It's OK game.

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