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03/18/2014 10:13:20 PM · #1
http://gabrielecirulli.github.io/2048/

That's my high score so far. This has been spreading through the office like some sort of addictive virus.

Message edited by Bear_Music - parsed link.
03/18/2014 11:53:41 PM · #2
Wow! Thanx a million, you life-destroying temptress, you :-) Whatta game!
03/19/2014 01:06:37 AM · #3
Yeah, these posts should be banned. ...or at least hidden in Rant. :P
03/19/2014 10:07:57 AM · #4
21844. Addicting doesn't even begin to describe it. Until I hit 2048, you couldn't hold a conversation with me.
03/19/2014 11:08:13 AM · #5
5348 is my best so far.
03/19/2014 11:38:18 AM · #6
A new addiction is born ;-(
I wish I never had seen this on DPC. Wait, that's another thread, isn't it?
03/19/2014 12:01:54 PM · #7
Originally posted by George:

21844. Addicting doesn't even begin to describe it. Until I hit 2048, you couldn't hold a conversation with me.

21 THOUSAND? Is that for real?
03/19/2014 12:32:53 PM · #8
5592
03/19/2014 12:41:00 PM · #9
I hate you. I hate you very much. Now I gotta go play some more.
03/19/2014 12:44:28 PM · #10
Originally posted by tanguera:

I hate you. I hate you very much. Now I gotta go play some more.

Agree, and can you imagine two of us in the same household!! (or maybe you have that too!) High score so far 7744
03/19/2014 12:59:17 PM · #11
Originally posted by George:

21844. Addicting doesn't even begin to describe it. Until I hit 2048, you couldn't hold a conversation with me.


I assume there is some very systematic way of going about this that will eventually get you to a 2048 tile. Is that how you "solved" it?
03/19/2014 01:08:37 PM · #12
5080
03/19/2014 01:22:59 PM · #13
I get higher scores when I limit my moves to only 3 directions (eg, up, left, right, but never down) Anyone have any thoughts on this, or any other strategy?
03/19/2014 01:28:41 PM · #14
I've been told that it helps to keep the big numbers in one corner.
03/19/2014 01:37:31 PM · #15
Originally posted by Ann:

I've been told that it helps to keep the big numbers in one corner.


... In my experience these are related strategies. I find it easier to keep the biggest numbers in one corner if you limit moves to three directions
03/19/2014 02:04:09 PM · #16
8784.
03/19/2014 02:12:04 PM · #17
4564 and I have to get back to work.... I see where my evening productivity is going to be heading...
03/19/2014 02:29:08 PM · #18
Why did I see this :-(
03/19/2014 03:10:18 PM · #19
7132 -- This is evil...
03/19/2014 03:11:41 PM · #20
I found the app for my iPhone. Maybe now I have something to make me stop playing Candy Crush.
03/19/2014 03:13:56 PM · #21
8532. Pure evil. I had one 512 tile in the middle and a bunch of 128s and 256s around it. And a wrong move.
03/19/2014 03:21:28 PM · #22
I just got one 1024 tile. I knew I'd made a suboptimal move a while before that but for now I'll enjoy that and my 12,116 score. Loving it!

ETA: So great to be (semi) retired!!

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03/19/2014 03:28:46 PM · #23
Originally posted by PennyClick:

I just got one 1024 tile. I knew I'd made a suboptimal move a while before that but for now I'll enjoy that and my 12,116 score. Loving it!

Are you still using the 3-direction strategy? Seems to work best. It's funny when, after playing for a while, you make a move in the fourth direction. Very disorienting!
03/19/2014 03:54:07 PM · #24
7124... so fun.
03/19/2014 04:00:30 PM · #25
I found this.

how to win
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