This is a simple mobile game where players merge numbers together by getting three of the same number in a row.
You can play this game inside this webpage below by tapping on the screen or clicking your mouse.
Alternatively you can play this game as a web application here.
This is a stone merging game where players try to get the same number three times in a wow.
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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.
If you like this game you might also enjoy our sister game Make-5, which has similar gameplay but uses a 6 by 6 square grid. Merge Push and Merge Fish are also somewhat similar in nature.
This game was published in these categories: Connect 3, Logic, Math, Merge. You can visit any of them to select other fun games to play.
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3 comments on "Make 7 Logic Puzzle Game"
Much like Make 5, your goal is to rack up points by aligning three or more numbers of a kind. You can only deploy tiles in increments of one, two, and three. Each tile must align with at least two others of its kind to merge. With every merger, you gain points. Once you merge three sixes in a row, the resulting seven clears the tile.
Unlike in make five, the board is hexagonal and is much smaller. The number tiles also do not come in pairs. It takes strategy to ensure large numbers merge in a predictable manner. You must plan each of your number placement so the merges cascade with one another. This way, you also clear a larger area of the board at once.
This is a fun yet easygoing strategy game to sink away idle time. While not difficult to understand, it holds enough difficulty to keep you engaged. And it can enrapture you for hours if you let it.
Make 7 is an advanced version of the Make 5 math puzzle game. But in Make 7, you are given a hexagon blocks instead of square boxes for the pieces. And instead of five, the maximum number of blocks you can merge is up to the number seven. When you combine three or more blocks with the number seven, this eliminates all the blocks. Block numbers from one to six merge into one block with the next number. For example, if I combine three or more blocks of the number one, this will merge into one block with the number two, and so on.
I find Make 7 a bit easier than the Make 5 version. Perhaps I appreciate the design more. It’s easier to maneuver one block instead of two blocks. In Make 7, you only get one block at a time, which makes it easier to find space on your board. You lose if there’s no longer space for new blocks. Overall, I think it’s a fantastic puzzle game.