Mean Sumurai - Mental Math

Mean Sumurai - Mental Math


Mean Sumurai is a unique maths game for sharp minds.
You are given a number X, a sequence of digits
and your task is to split the sequence to get numbers that add up to X.

For instance, with X = 81 and a sequence 15723,
a winning splitting is 1 57 23 = 81.

Are you a number samurai?
Are you sharp enough to beat this game and its variants
- noise digits to leave out
- hidden digits to guess
- right to left swipes
- X to find in the sequence
- etc.

After some training, you will be amazed by your own progress and prowess.

Try the different modes, including

- a Tutorial to introduce you to the game variants
- a Training mode to test the craziest combinations and unlock
some of the toughest Achievements and get a spot in some specialised Leaderboards.
- an Arcade mode to see how far you can go (points an level)
- a Replay mode for the games you solved and saved
(these games will soon serve as your vassals in an upcoming online "Numbers Wars" mode

and last but not least

- a Versus Mode for casual games with friends or epic mind clashes with random opponents!
- [NEW] an Arena Mode to download special games saved by other players

Recent changes:
v 1.2.3
- Fixed display on small screens
- Enhanced display for tablets

v 1.2.0

- A New mode (ARENA) has been added.
Upload your saved games (sequences of 6+ digits).
Download and play other players' games in the arena.
You have one shot to do better and bag their games as trophies!

- Fixed Back button problem (no more loops)
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About Mean Sumurai - Mental Math
Mean Sumurai is a unique maths game for sharp minds.
You are given a number X, a sequence of digits
and your task is to split the sequence to get numbers that add up to X.

For instance, with X = 81 and a sequence 15723,
a winning splitting is 1 57 23 = 81.

Are you a number samurai?
Are you sharp enough to beat this game and its variants
- noise digits to leave out
- hidden digits to guess
- right to left swipes
- X to find in the sequence
- etc.

After some training, you will be amazed by your own progress and prowess.

Try the different modes, including

- a Tutorial to introduce you to the game variants
- a Training mode to test the craziest combinations and unlock
some of the toughest Achievements and get a spot in some specialised Leaderboards.
- an Arcade mode to see how far you can go (points an level)
- a Replay mode for the games you solved and saved
(these games will soon serve as your vassals in an upcoming online "Numbers Wars" mode

and last but not least

- a Versus Mode for casual games with friends or epic mind clashes with random opponents!
- [NEW] an Arena Mode to download special games saved by other players

Recent changes:
v 1.2.3
- Fixed display on small screens
- Enhanced display for tablets

v 1.2.0

- A New mode (ARENA) has been added.
Upload your saved games (sequences of 6+ digits).
Download and play other players' games in the arena.
You have one shot to do better and bag their games as trophies!

- Fixed Back button problem (no more loops)

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 19, 2013
:)
A Google User
Jul 30, 2013
Addictive! In general not a big fan of animationless games, but got curious because it is Maths-related :). Simply addictive! The quick progression of the first levels secured my interest into going further. And by the time the 5 min I planned to test the game elapsed; I was already converted. I've got to see how long this would last ... before I get fed up, lol. Simple concept, interesting experience!
A Google User
Jul 29, 2013
buggy sometimes numers are not visible (galaxy note 2)
A Google User
Jul 29, 2013
Nice idea but... Apprentice, level 9 shows something wrong. 68÷2 is not equal to 35. It makes me think some more complex levels are not be trusted.
A Google User
Jul 29, 2013
Love it.... "A real Casse - tete" for dummies & beginners but worth it...Everybody should try this at least once in their life ...It's like an mini IQ tester.