Dice Smash is a puzzle game based on the interaction of the user with the dice, and there is a distant similarity to the legend of the logical genre, like 2048. But at once, the similarity is very, very remote. So, the user's task is to release the game space, made in a 5 × 5 cell format, from the bones. In this case, the field is filled with game bones in a random order. Sometimes there is one element, sometimes two, which depends on what actions the gamer is taking. The elimination of bones, each face of which contains a certain number of points, is based on the concept of combining identical sides to each other. It is only necessary to touch the free cell between identical bones, after which they instantly in this place will unite, forming a new block with already a large number of points on the faces. The most curious thing is that the user does not have to try to search for unoccupied cells between the same type of elements. Bones perfectly fit at the intersection of vertical and horizontal lines. In other words, you can just draw a couple of lines on the eye and create the next element at the point of their intersections. The increase in numerical designations on the faces occurs to the maximum "sixes", after which there is a kind of explosion, which frees the playing field from the elements that have filled it.
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