DescriptionJapanese TV's popular game show "Numer0n" is finally an iPhone app!
The rules are simple: all you need to do is guess the 3 to 5 digit number that your opponent chose.
It is a simple but mentally-challenging guessing game, where you compete how fast you can make your guess
using hints and as few turns as possible.
[Flow of the game]
1. The game will begin by choosing the digits of your number (3, 4 or 5)
2. Tap the CALL button after choosing your own number (e.g. choose 3 numbers from 0~9, if you chose a 3 digit number)
3. A hint to help your guessing will be shown every turn
4. Aim for Numer0n (a correct answer) based on the given hints!
EAT・・・Right number and position
BITE・・・Right number but wrong position.
If the correct number is "730" and your guess is "137", the hint will be "1 EAT 1 BITE".
3 is a right guess for the number and place, so it will be "1 EAT".
7 is a right guess for the number but its place is wrong (the right place is hundreds, but your guess is first place)
1 is not used. So it is neither EAT or BITE.
Therefore, the hint given to you will be 1 EAT and 1 BITE.
*You will not be told which number is EAT, and which number is BITE. You will need to guess the correct answer based on your previous guesses.
*The same number cannot be used multiple times.
- The much-awaited online battle(3 numbers only) feature has debuted!
- Items can also be used during the battle!
- The realistic ambience of the TV show is thoroughly recreated with 3D graphics!
- You can now log in with your Facebook account, and compete with users all around the world!
[Updates coming soon!]
- Compete with your Facebook friends
- Initiate battles by ID search
*When logging in using your Facebook account, it may take some time to authenticate after tapping the "Log In" button.
Please do not tap the "Log In" button multiple times.
*Recommendation iOS 5.0
*If you have any questions regarding this app, feel free to contact us via "App Support" toward the bottom of this page, or "Info and Inquiries" under "HELP/ OPTION".
App design by Atsuya Takase and Noboru Aizawa