Play a complex, challenging number puzzle game
Place two-sided pieces on a board to build to a winning score
Reverse pieces by sandwiching, thereby changing the scoring pattern
If you’re a fan of Reversi or Sudoku, and you’re looking for a new challenge, this could be the game for you.
It gives you 21 two-sided pieces–numbered 1 and 6, 2 and 5, and 3 and 4– to be placed on a board with three levels of limitations. In the center are four cells where pieces can be placed freely. Surrounding those are 12 more cells. Those 16 cells comprise the score zone. Another 20 cells around the perimeter complete the board.
Outside the center free zone, pieces can be placed in positions where they sandwich–and reverse–previously placed pieces. The goal is to get as close to 66 as possible in the score zone. That sounds simple enough, but there are bonus possibilities and game-ending penalties. That, combined with the reversible pieces, makes the final outcome anything but simple. This game will keep you occupied as long as you let it.
※Number Reversi ＜Simple version for beginner＞
※RokuRigo ＜Harder than Number Reversi＞
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