An exciting, all-new gaming experience which is fun, challenging and will help you increase your overall mental fitness! Create Numba chains in various sequences. Sound easy? Get ready for some great fun and absorbing gameplay through 3 testing game modes as you strive to become the ultimate Numba Champion in this all-new puzzler.
User reviews: Mixed (110 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 23, 2013
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An exciting, all-new gaming experience which is fun, challenging and will help you increase your overall mental fitness! Create Numba chains in various sequences. Sound easy? Get ready for some great fun and absorbing gameplay through 3 testing game modes as you strive to become the ultimate Numba Champion in this all-new puzzler.

Features:

  • Stunning Graphics and Effects
  • Combos, Bonuses, Gems and more
  • High Score Tables for all your scores

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: 1.0 GHz Single-Core
    • Memory: 56 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64MB DirectX compatible card/gpu
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
Great little puzzle game. Simple to learn, with ever changing and more complex number combinations. Solid art and sound presentation. Enough variety to keep it interesting. Modes for both hardcore and casual players. With a $3 price tag, this is a great buy for all puzzle enthusiasts.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 23
I wouldn't recommend this game. It feels like a ripoff of Bejeweled 3, instead using numbers instead of Jewels. The game's resolution is 800x600 I believe so it looks pretty darn ugly on a large monitor. And every time you play and quit your game you have to restart from the beginning, not to mention the annoying sound effect that keeps repeating itself. If it is fine by you guys, I'll stick to Bejeweled 3.....
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 7
Just a mild mind exercise for a little while, but gets boring quickly especially with the dull interface.
Has a decent puzzle mode at least.

Low screen resolution and for some reason AVG gave me a warning about identity protection on the first run of the program. Not sure if it's just coding or something I should be concerned about...
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30 of 36 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 24, 2014
Numba Deluxe is a casual puzzle game in which you highlight groups of number by type (eg. 1 1 1 1), order (1 2 3 4), addition (1 3 5 7) or multiplication (1 2 4 8), causing them to disappear and numbers from above to fall. There are three modes: Classic, Timeless, and Puzzle. I bought this for the puzzle mode, in which I've spent about 95% of my playing time, so that's what I'm reviewing.

This is very much a game of what you see is what you get: watch the video on the store page and you'll know whether this is your type of game or not. That might be kind of lazy of me to say in a review, but it's true ;) Visuals are clean but unspectacular, music is cheery but non-descript--there are no bells and whistles here. The same background is used throughout all the menus/games, the same sound effect is used every.single.time. you clear blocks (and you will hear it a LOT).

That said, is the gameplay itself solid? I would say so. The puzzles, in which you must clear all the blocks from the level, are generally on the easy side so far (I'm at level 60-something out of 84, in about 1.5 hours), but once in a while there's some curveballs thrown your way via different block types to keep it varied. (eg. a fire block needs to fall on an ice block to melt it).

However, so far it's a good thing that levels are easy, because the puzzles appear sequentially, and there's no way to skip to a different puzzle without solving the one you're on. The scoring system seems rather pointless as well, as every time you restart the game you begin at 0, and there's no score recorded for individual puzzles, so the highscore table is really just a matter of how long you played rather than how well/fast you solved the puzzles (there's also no timer, btw).

On a technical note, there are no resolution options.

I realize I'm sounding rather negative, but that's only because I'm mentioning things that are small annoyances. The positives are all in the video: it's a simple, straightforward game that can be easily picked up and sometimes makes you put on your thinking cap. I have no regrets about my $3.
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23 of 27 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
An interesting small game, could be addictive if they had bothered to implement save game -- as it is, no matter how far you had gotten, you restart at level 1, on everything except the puzzles. And so you're always having to re-do the easy ones...
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