Twenty: An addictive game of numbers

Twenty, by Stephen French is really addictive. There’s been a spate of similar games in the past few years on smart phone platforms, and the most recent one that I’ve found myself playing time and time again is Twenty. People who loved Three’s or 2048. They must definitely try this one. It can be frustrating in the same way that all good games are. After a few attempts,the phone is then put to one side in frustration before being picked up again a few minutes later for another attempt.

There’s also a fantastic two-player version (TwentyTwo) which is in the same app. It’s a split screen version of the same game where two people compete to get to twenty first. Not only is it a race against another person, it also has an added layer of evilness which allows you to encroach on your opponent’s side and steal their tiles – helping you get closer to your goal whilst simultaneously slowing them down.

The game is free on both Android and iTunes, and although it offers In-App Purchases, they merely unlock additional ways to play the game.

So say goodbye to your To Do List for the day and give it a shot. The sooner you begin, the sooner you can brag about the fact you hit 20 before me. Comment below when u hit 20!
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Bhavika Banwari

A tech connoisseur from India, Bhavika studies Software Engineering. An ardent Android fan, diehard gamer, Bhavika on Androidios will be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line.

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