This is a simple number stone merging game where tiles of the same value which are on top of each other merge into another stone of a higher value.
Choose which of the 4 columns to drop a stone in.
Stack stones to where they have the same numerical value or the stones at the bottom have a higher value than the stones above them.
Use special moves including stone removal, switch stones, and the rainbow stone to help clear up your gameplay.
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Mergis Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Drop Mergis stone tiles of the same numerical value on top of each other to merge them together. Create chain reactions to boost your score.
Starting the Game
Tap anywhere on the game loading screen to bring up the game welcome screen.
Tap on the round gray button at the center of the welcome screen.
A couple tutorial screens will show explaining the premise of the game and then it will launch you straight into play.
Your web browser automatically saves your all time high score.
The upper right corner of the screen has buttons for sound and music control.
Use your mouse left click button to select which of the 4 lanes you would like to drop a Mergis stone into.
Tap which row you would like to drop the bottom stone from the top part of the screen onto.
Controls & indicators
The upper left corner of the game has buttons to return home & restart the game.
The upper right corner of the game has buttons to control game sound and music.
The top center of the game shows your current score, all time best score, and shows what your current Mergis stone is and the up next stone.
At the bottom center of the puzzle are two buttons to remove the top stone from a lane or switch the current and up next Mergis stones.
Special moves & special stones
There are a couple different special moves in this game.
Remove a piece – allows you to move a Mergis from the top of any of the 4 columns. You start the game with 3 credits & they do not restore after used.
Swap the current and next piece – allows you to play the current and next pieces in opposite order. You start the game with 5 credits & they do not restore after used.
The rainbow stone can be thought of as a wildcard which matches anything.
You get rainbow stones whenever you merge 2 Mergis together which are valued at 10 each.
If you merge 2 Mergis tiles worth 10 each at the bottom of a column that column is emptied and your “Next” Mergis is converted to a rainbow stone.
If you merge 2 Mergis tiles worth 10 each and there are stones underneath them then the rainbow tile is created and automatically merged into the next stone underneath them.
Rainbow stones are also dealt randomly throughout the game.
You can merge lower value stones into higher values, but you (generally) can not merge away higher stones that are above lower stones, so it is best to try to stack stones so they are in ascending order with the highest value stones at the bottom.
Try to keep all rows clean and in ascending order with the highest values at the bottom, but if you must break this you are generally better off having 1 or 2 somewhat dirty rows out of order and trying to keep your other rows cleanly in order.
When you merge 2 stones valued at 10 that creates a rainbow stone, which then merges into the value of the next stone below it. If you clear a row then your “Next” Mergis turns into a rainbow stone.
10 is one of the rare exceptions where it is ok to have a higher stone up top due to how it can merge into a rainbow stone and help complete the sequence below.
Look at both your current stone and up next stone to see if either can help make a match & play to maximize the number of matches you make.
Be willing to use the swap pieces or remove a piece feature if it enables you to clean up the playing field or make a long chain sequence.
Each time you merge stones you score points.
Merging stones valued at 1 is worth 1 point.
Merging stones valued at 2 is worth 2 points.
Merging stones valued at 3 is worth 3 points.
Merging stones valued at 4 is worth 4 points.
If you cause a chain reaction merge the merger value increases.
For example if you dropped a 2 and it caused a merge, which then led to a merge of 3, then a merge of 4, it would be valued at 2 + 6 +12.
The calculation for chained points is value of stone times movement in chain.
You lose whenever any column gets 10 tiles tall and does not immediately merge down.
The game is suited for players who like number logic puzzle games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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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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