Math Line – Addition

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About the game

In this game you can add up to 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.

Starting the game is simple; click on the green and white button on the game loading screen. Select the egg with the value you want to add numbers to on the game welcome screen, and then click the start button at the bottom center of the screen. The instructions screen will appear, explaining the game mechanics. Click start once more to begin the first level.

The game controls differ depending on your device. Desktop users should use their mouse to aim and left-click to shoot balls at the chain. On touchscreen devices, tap the screen with your finger to fire balls. The game interface also features an information button in the upper right corner, which serves as both a pause and sound control button.

In terms of gameplay, your score and target number are displayed in the upper left corner of the game. Strategically, it is wise to focus on the front part of the chain, as it poses the most immediate threat. If a ball does not fit your needs and there is no opening near the chain, you can fire the ball away from the chain to discard it. The “next up” ball value is shown on your back.

The game becomes more challenging when two chains are present. In such cases, try to obtain a star early in the game and demolish most of one chain to concentrate on the other. If you shoot a ball that achieves the target sum at two adjacent numbers, both balls will vanish simultaneously. When two chains are close or the targeted balls are in a corner, it may be better to wait and shoot at other areas with a lower risk of accidental misfires caused by contact with another ball.

Keep an eye out for blinking stars on the playing field and shoot a ball at them when they appear. Hitting a star will alter the ball chain from a diverse assortment of numbers to only two different numbers, simplifying the process of making matches and quickly reducing the chain.

The game consists of three levels, and players can continue after dying on any of them. Death occurs when any ball reaches the end of its chain.

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