Top Three 2048 Versions Of The Week: Dropbox, Doge, Tetris
So another week has passed since the first edition of this “top three” series (which you can find by clicking here), but I’ve got to say I’m still trying to beat that Hexagonal one. That sucker’s a long one! Anyway, here are the top three 2048 versions of this week:
I’ve got to admit that this is a neat one. I can’t say that I’m a huge fan of tetris or any game of its likes (although I find the skills useful when I return from grocery shopping and my fridge is already full), but this version adds that mathematical, but not geometrical, touch. It’s growing on me!
Dropbox: click here
Now this version has to be one of the most useful ones out there as it features the ability to save your progress and keep track of your personal high scores between sessions. All of this by using a Dropbox account. Neat!
Of all the themed versions of the game, this one is the oldest and the funniest one on the internet. If you don’t know Doge by now, then I really don’t know what you’ve been using your internet for (except for pr0n). It’s hilarious and it even motivates you more than any other version out there, just because you can’t help but wonder what the next Doge icon looks like. It’s just so amaze, very surprise, much wow!