2048 Hack for High Score
Do you want to unlock a high score in 2048 with a click of a button? Download our free 2048 hack tool now, straight from our site. This tool will easily and quickly allow you to get a high score.
The 2048 hack tool is super simple to use. See the image below? This is what it looks like. Just download it and click the button that says “start.” Enter the score you want.
Download our 2048 hack from our website. It’ll take 30 seconds for the download to finish, depending on your Internet connection. Then, you’ll need to install the hack. This is an extra 30 seconds. The high score will be set to fill in automatically.
Click the big “start” button to begin the hack. After the hack has finished, which should only take about 30 seconds, open the app on your device like normal. The high score will be ready. Enjoy!
2048 Background Info
This, a 4×4 grid containing multiples of 2 puzzle-game, was originally launched as a browser game which was introduced for iOS and Android devices after some time, the same path that many other games followed in recent past. Cirulli was in all-surprise when he got to know that his web-based version of game crossed a ‘4 million visitors’ mark in less than a week time.
Cirulli once said in an interview that he had no intentions to earn from a thing which he didn’t invent. So he released his version of 2048 as a free and open-source game, for both Android and iOS. As this is an open-source, different developers around the world used the code and even enhanced it to build a version of their own with or without any actual difference, and this is the point where Digiplex.in jumps in.
Digiplex.in seized the opportunity, took the original code, kept it light as possible, added few additions like leaderboards and improved touch-screen playability, and released it under their own name. As this version of 2048 has somewhere between ten and fifty millions downloads on Google Play Store only, which is highest for any 2048, and because of that users will find heavy of competition in leaderboards which is a positive thing.
I’ll proceed further after saying that due to much popularity and addictiveness, this game was even deemed as the ‘Candy Crush’ for Maths-geeks by Wall Street Journal, what else is required to prove the greatness of this game!!
Digiplex.in’s version of 2048 is totally vanilla. There isn’t any kind of intro or even a general menu/dashboard. This game will take you straight away towards the grid, and you’ll be welcomed with two simplest tiles of the game, i.e., 2x 2s. One single popup will tell you about the game rules and mechanics. The user has to slide one of the two randomly placed tiles of 2 in a 4×4 grid. The tiles can slide only in horizontal & vertical direction, i.e., no sliding in diagonals. Every tile slides in the direction the slide is made, and the tiles slide in possible direction until they are stopped by another tile or the end of grid.
If two tiles having same number are combined, a new tile will appear with a number that is double of the combined number. For instance, if a tile with number 4 is combined with another tile having the same number, i.e., 4, a new tile with number 8 will appear, and the tiles combined will disappear. A new tile with number 2 appears on a random position simultaneously with every slide.
The goal behind every slide is to make larger numbers, which is not possible all the times. At times, you have to make dummy moves to get a new tile and keep the game going on. The game ends when the matrix of 4×4 completely filled and you are stuck between tiles, i.e., there is no space to make a slide on the grid. Higher-value tiles release a soft glow when made.
There is a scoreboard given in the bottom of the grid where the current score and the highest score are given. The ‘score’ starts from the zero, and ads up a number equal to the new number generated after combining two tiles with the same number. For instance, if 8 and 8 are combined, 16 will be added to the score. The user wins when a tile with the number ‘2048’ appears on the gray matrix, where basically the name of the game is taken from, but it doesn’t it here. The game can be continued beyond 2048 tile to surpass the previous Highest Score.
Towards the right side of the grid, you’ll find a small drop-down menu, and when you open it, you’ll find options including settings. There is an orientation tab. When you open it you will find three options for having orientation what you want. First one is “portrait” which will give you vertical view of the grid but if you find it uncomfortable you can change the orientation to “landscape” which will give a horizontal view of the grid. There is also an option for auto orientation. Moreover there is an option for animation. You can turn it off or on whatever you like. Animation speed can also be controlled. You can adjust it from slow to fast range scale.
There is an undo option given and that’s something which makes this version of 2048 unique. Player is given 5 chances to undo his last move. While you are playing the game and you unintentionally or intentionally made a move that you find wrong move you can undo it. So, it is a kind of lifeline in this game.