SeQu: An old math problem turned into an addictive game.
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The story of our app:
Our new addiction: SeQu
Puzzle and logic game enthusiasts; get ready to spend hours with this number
The 200 year old game, that arose from a mathematical theorem, is now in the App Store.
Starting with Newton and evolving into a puzzle game by Sir William Hamilton, this simple
but challenging game will make you say ''How come, why not” while it creates great
enjoyment and addictiveness .
Dozens of Probable Solutions
SeQu, the root for "sequence" is the Latin word for “follow”. The aim of the game is to fill as
many boxes possible in the board, with the consecutive numbers. The only simple rule is to
skip two boxes horizontally and vertically, and to skip one box diagonally.
Even in the smallest board that is designed for beginners, SeQu has dozens of options,
offering a unique engagement for addicts . Arcade and time machine modules of the game
each include five different board sizes. While the entry level players will try to fill 4x5 and
7x7 sizes, advanced users may try 10x10, 11x11 and 12x12 for a greater challenge
If you are in search of a game in your boring classes or never ending meetings that is
seemingly simple as Sudoku, with as many probabilities as chess or as surprizeful as 2048,
SeQu will meet all your expectations.
You can download SeQu on your iPhone and iPad for free from the App Store