Here’s another daily game to play with (it probably won’t stay free, but try it while you can):

It’s like the numbers part of the British game show Countdown.

Digits #4 (15/15⭐)

94 (94)

195 (195)

251 (251)

382 (382)

456 (456)

Digits #4 (15/15⭐)

94 (94)

195 (195)

251 (251)

382 (382)

456 (456)

Thanks I’ll add this to my rotation. Will try to get my kids to try it as well. They need the practice

Digits #4 (15/15⭐)

94 (94)

195 (195)

251 (251)

382 (382)

456 (456)

Fun game, not sure if I’ll play regularly

Digits #5 (15/15⭐)

59 (59)

133 (133)

218 (218)

388 (388)

462 (462)

Digits #5 (15/15⭐)

59 (59)

133 (133)

218 (218)

388 (388)

462 (462)

Digits #6 (15/15⭐)

93 (93)

113 (113)

205 (205)

351 (351)

497 (497)

Digits #6 (15/15⭐)

93 (93)

113 (113)

205 (205)

351 (351)

497 (497)

Digits #6 (15/15⭐)

93 (93)

113 (113)

205 (205)

351 (351)

497 (497)

Digits #6 (15/15⭐)

93 (93)

113 (113)

205 (205)

351 (351)

497 (497)

Digits #6 (15/15⭐)

93 (93)

113 (113)

205 (205)

351 (351)

497 (497)

Wow, i just learned that i jave to have my tablet in portrait mode to show both lines… That made it much easier…

so no way to lose, you can just get frustrated. Good time killer

Digits #7 (15/15⭐)

69 (69)

135 (135)

256 (256)

379 (379)

481 (481)

Digits #7 (15/15⭐)

69 (69)

135 (135)

256 (256)

379 (379)

481 (481)

Agreed, instead of fewer stars for getting close, it could give more points for using fewer operators

never thought about being more succinct, and what do you have against division?

Nothing against division, I used it in earlier games; I see a potential challenge in either minimizing operators or having to use all digits.

Digits #7 (15/15⭐)

69 (69)

135 (135)

256 (256)

379 (379)

481 (481)

Digits #7 (15/15⭐)

69 (69)

135 (135)

256 (256)

379 (379)

481 (481)