Puzzles are meant to take away the peace of your mind and then you fight to take it back. So, what I want to say is that they train you for perplexing situations when your mind would normally stop working. But a puzzle is useless if it stops confusing you. If it becomes too predictable, it means we need a new puzzle to keep our brain juices flowing. So today, I’ll introduce to you a new puzzle which is just similar to Sudoku, a puzzle that has been confusing genius minds over decades. It’s known as Lucky Logic. It’s a new iTunes app which has been developed by Alexander Budau. The app is compatible with all the devices running iOS 10.0 or any later versions of the OS.

The game features numbers from 1 to 9 and has the most simplest arithmetic characters which are known as plus and minus. By reading this, you passed the hardest part of this puzzle maths game. Don’t, get it wrong. You still need your brain in a fun way. The aim of this game is to combine simple logic and math for fun. Lulo means to relax and challenge your math game in a chill-out-kind-of-way. That’s why this puzzle math game goes on infinitely.

The playing field consists of a grid of 5×5 tiles. There are chill numbers on it and they are generated at the beginning of each round randomly. If you clear the entire field, you will receive a gem reward and three new rows of chill numbers are generated again. If the entire field is full of chill numbers, you lose. The score is reset to 0.

There are some basic terms you will see while playing Lucky Logic such as:

  • Gems:

Gems are the in-game currency of Lucky Logic, which can be earned on various occasions in the game. The better is your math game, the greater will be your reward.

  • Skins:

You can change the look of the game by activating so-called skins via the menu for an individual gem sum.

  • Combo:

You can achieve a combo if your maths game is lit: quickly calculate the correct result several times in succession. The more you do this, the higher the gem reward will be.

  • Game number

The game-number is the only number which can be moved in both the directions and after every move a number is generated on its original position. This is the lucky part.

  • Plus and minus

The slider with the calculation symbol below the game number determines whether you calculate plus or minus.

  • Lowest and highest number

You know that there is only number from 1 to 9 in this game. It means that the result can never be lower than 1 or greater than 9. For example: if you liked to calculate 1+9, the result would not be 10, hence the two numbers are stacked one below the other.

  • The result

It’s the most basic math: The goal is to calculate the correct result. It’s the big underlined number on the top. This number changes after some moves.

Lucky Logic has been designed with precision. The interface is neat and clean and the app layout is easy to understand. The color theme is very beautiful and the overall impression is elegant.

The app is available for free on the Play Store. Get it now.

Pros: intuitive UI; elegant graphics; easy yet challenging; user-friendly; free to use.

Cons: none.

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