Merging Math and Neon Lights
The newest title from Korean game studio SUPERBOX has just hit Google Play. Drop Number: Neon 2048 is joins a long list of SUPERBOX’s well-regarded games like Sugar Hunter, Jewels Blast, and more. SUPERBOX has been releasing casual puzzle games for almost five years now and in doing so, perfecting their strategy. We hope this holds true for Neon 2048.
The casual puzzle game isn’t the first one of its kind from the Korean studio. They’ve released similar “drop the number” titles in the past. The main difference with this title seems to be its facelift with a neon color scheme. The idea behind Drop Number: Neon 2048 is simple enough. It’s a mathematical game where you keep adding even numbers until you hit the magical “2048”.
Unlike the original 2048 by Gabriele Cirulli, SUPERBOX’s version has the tiles dropping from the top of the screen rather than sliding in. Another change, and one that makes the mathematical game easier, is that Drop Number lets you know ahead of time what tile is going to drop and where. This hint is up at the top of the screen along with the scoreboard and a coin counter. While Drop Number: Neon 2048 is free to play, you’ll be able to collect coins by winning rounds and watching ads. The coins you win can then used to purchase hints if you ever get stuck in a round.
Keep an eye out for a Hardcore Droid review to see how this casual math game scores!