DescriptionArt Style: Base 10 is a match-three dynamic puzzle game, played by rotating the console by ninety degrees. Numbers come onto the screen and must be arranged thus that a series of vertically or horizontally lined numbers adds up to 10, and will vanish by being tapped over. Numbers are able to be moved only by overturning them, and solely in pairs. That is done by rubbing the stylus along them in the according direction. When overturned, for instance, fives become twos, twos fives, eights remain eights, ones become unusable, threes remain a three if revolved vertically whilst get unusable if horizontally. Red numbers can not be moved but if one of such is removed, all of that specific number will disappear in once.
In Zerosum mode, a base of numbers lies on the right screen, new numbers arrive from the left. This game mode plays on the two screens, therefore game-over occurs when numbers have piled up to the left end of the left screen, while a level is cleared if the game field is cleared of a determined quantity of numbers.
In Puzzle mode, a certain amount of numbers is preset and none has to be left over; it is possible to restart the level if getting stuck; no time limit is given.
Infinite mode is a classic endless mode, which concludes by game over only.
The Vs mode sees two players competing with one another through local wireless (only one copy of the game is required).
A demo play mode shows to the uninitiated gamer the rudiments of each of the game modes.
There are no Nintendo DSi user screenshots for this game.
There are 3 other screenshots from other versions of this game or official promotional screenshots.
- "Art Style: Decode" -- Japanese title
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|Cubed3||2009||9 out of 10||90|
|IGN||Jul 21, 2009||8 out of 10||80|
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