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Dennis & Gnasher Gnasher Evolution: 1024 / 2048 Puzzle Game

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This is a tile-merging game inspired by 2048 and themed after the Beano cartoon Dennis and Gnasher.

  • Merge the gnashimal tiles together to reach the next stage of evolution.
  • Ensure you have plenty of room to keep moving.
  • Take gnashkind out of the water and reach their ultimate form.

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Dennis & Gnasher Gnasher Evolution 2048 Game for Kids Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Combine the creature tiles (“gnashimals”) to form newer, more derived creatures. Can you evolve into the ultimate lifeform?

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the play scroll button to begin.
    • Toggle the game’s audio by selecting the sound button on the lower left corner of the screen.
    • To start a round, choose between two modes (normal and timed).
      • A tutorial screen flashes before you begin the game.
      • Select play to proceed.
    • Select the Gnashipedia to look at the versions of Gnasher you’ve unlocked so far.
    • Your browser automatically saves your high score and Gnashipedia progress.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Use the arrow keys to fuse the gnashimal tiles together.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Fuse the gnashimal tiles by swiping them together in the desired direction.
  • Game Play
    • Interface
      • Select the home button on the top left corner of the screen to return to the welcome page.
      • Toggle the game’s audio by selecting the sound button on the top right corner.
    • Basics
      • You start with a 4 x 4 grid.
        • At the bottom of the grid is a scroll list of the gnashimals. This serves as a guide t
      • Combine the creature (“gnashimal”) tiles together to form more derived creatures.
        • The gnashimals replace the number values in other similar games.
        • Unlike other 2048-inspired games, this game provides you with several ways to tell the value of each gnashimal.
          • You have a guide at the bottom of the screen.
          • You also have some logical progression on what the gnashimals would look like, if you’ve paid some attention to science class.
        • You start off with the gnashimal of the lowest value, the gnashmoeba, and move upwards.
          • Each time you merge a gnashimal, it plays the sound of the gnashimal it evolves into.
        • Each time you unlock a higher-valued gnashimal, you gain another entry on the guide and the gnashipedia.
      • Each time you move, the game generates another gnashmoeba tile.
        • Sometimes this new tile comes pre-merged with another, showing a gnish instead.
        • Combine as many gnashimals as you can until you’ve unlocked the final evolutionary grade in the list.
    • Game modes
      • Normal
        • Keep playing until you run out of move or you achieve the final gnashimal, Gnash-Raa.
      • Timed
        • Score as high as you can within 120 seconds.
    • Gnashipedia
      • The Gnashipedia proves extra information on each of the evolutionary grades of the game.
      • Clicking on a gnashimal plays its sound.
      • Featured species:
        • Gnashmoeba: A unicellular organism that’s a touch nippy.
        • Gnish: The “original dogfish,” an aquatic creature.
        • Gnizard: A four-footed reptilian creature that crawled out of the water in search of sausage.
        • Gnammal: A small, hairy creature that’s warm-blooded and, consequentially, always hungry.
        • Sabre-Toothed: Apparently they ate the dinosaurs.
        • Gnipper: A puppy.
        • Gnasher: The real star of Dennis and Gnasher, as fun loving as he is hungry for sausage.
        • Big Gnashtie: Big dog, big hunger.
        • Gnashzilla: They evolve into kaiju now.
        • Gnashizen: Enlightenment is within their grasp. They’ll get to it eventually.
        • Gnash-Raa: Attain the might of the ultimate life-form.
    • Scoring
      • You gain points for every tile you merge.
      • At the end of the game, you can claim a title based on the score threshold you surpassed.
        • Gnext!: Score at least 300 points
        • Big Gnashtie: Score at least 600 points
        • Gnashional Treasure: Score at least 900 points.
        • Grandmaster Gnash: Score at least 1,200 points.
        • You ARE Gnasher: Score at least 1,500 points.
      • Your score is always in between the titles.
    • Tips
      • Concentrate your motions on one corner.
        • This will allow you to keep your biggest gnashimals on one side.
        • Keep your motions toward that one side will also help you control how you merge your tiles.
      • Avoid upward motions as much as you can.
        • It may cause the game to spawn a lower-value gnashimal to form on the bottom corner.
        • This will disrupt your creation of the larger-value gnashimals.
        • It will also be hard to merge this tile to another of equal value without creating more lower-value tiles.
  • Target Audience
    • This game is suited for older kids and adults. We highly recommend it for fans of the Dennis and Gnasher series.
    • The game has no adult content.

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Free Online Dennis & Gnasher Gnasher Evolution 1024 Game for Children Screenshots

Dennis & Gnasher Gnasher Evolution Game Welcome Screen Screenshot.
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Dennis & Gnasher Gnasher Evolution Game Gnashipedia Screen Screenshot.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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