2048 this unique and puzzle game looks simple, but it's very brain testing to play. If you happen to be a player who only plays 256 and is prompted by the system whether to "try again", then the basic principles of 2048 summarized below will have a good look.
1. Drive the largest number to the corner as much as possible.
2. Sort the numbers in a certain order.
3. Pay attention to the larger number at any time and keep on moving them.
4. For larger numbers, such as 32 or above, there should be no big difference around them so that they can be merged at any time.
The experience summarized below is some rules that players need to see when they remember the basic rules clearly and then forge ahead with high scores.
1. First of all, players need to fix a corner, then identify an edge according to the corner, and put the big number on the edge you choose, so as to ensure that players have three choices, so that it is easier to let the maximum number stay in the corner.
2. Next, the player will take the line of the largest number as the main moving direction, and the second moving direction will be the line of the second largest number.
3. At the time of the most tense game situation, there were only five mobile grids on the desktop.
4. Don't rush to "clean up the desktop" to avoid the wrong idea? Try to merge the numbers and clean up the desktop to get more activity space. This wrong move will cause more than one future trouble. First of all, if you are in a hurry to "clean up the desktop", it is very likely to arrange the squares into regular rectangles. At this time, when players move the squares, they can only be forced to choose the opposite direction of the line in which the large number is located, and disrupt the previous formation. Secondly, when the players happily merge all the big numbers together, it's easy to ignore those small numbers. When the players think about it, the line where the big number is has been unconsciously stuffed with several decimals. Therefore, when players want to chain merge, it's better to make up for the surrounding numbers after each merge, and then complete the next merge.