**Numberle is a new puzzle game in which you need to choose any equation length between 5 and 12 and the operators that will be used.**

## HOW TO PLAY

Setting an equation length is the initial step. Let's use an 8-count equation with all arithmetic signs active and available to be a component of the concealed equation for demonstration purposes. Because there are only 10 digits (0-9) and 5 symbols (+, -,*, /, and =), all the numbers, and letters can be divided into two equations that can be used to reveal the full keyboard in two short movements.

## KEY FEATURES

In the first few phases, only use unique numbers and symbols to find all of the correct characters.

Find the location of "=".

By using the keyboard as the grid's eye, you may plan each move based on prior feedback.

This game is similar to **octordle** and **wordle**

## RULES FOR SUCCESS

**Choose the starting equations**

On Numberle, it's still a good idea to use unique numbers and symbols in the initial few movements. Depending on your equation length, you can set a handful of starting equations as the default movements to begin each game. For more information on some useful 8-count starter equations for starting a 6/8 game, see the page linked below. On 8-count Numberle equations, it works the same way. However, as previously mentioned, the length of the objective equation and the variety of the symbols need making necessary adjustments in order to progress in the game.

**Steps were taken with caution in order to achieve a greater victory**

The commutative property of equations is not taken into account by Numberle protocols. So, if the correct guess is 1+53=16, but you enter 1+353=16, it will only count as partially accurate, and you will need to reorder the numbers in the right sequence in the follow-up guess in order for the system to consider you to have cleared the round. One of the reasons why non-commutative solutions affect your gaming is that you can't afford to waste your guesses by making ineffective or careless plays. The longer the target equation, the more obvious it becomes how the upper limit of 6 guesses might confuse the problem and force you to use up more moves than you anticipated.

**Make every step count.**

If you carefully plan each move, you will undoubtedly achieve a victory worthy of bragging rights. As previously stated, the game's discovery phase should be completed within the first few guesses. Only the presence of a number or symbol, not their position, matters at this point. After you've recognized all of the numbers and operators in the hidden equation, pay close attention to where the '=' symbol is located. The solution's digit count indicates a lot about the processes on the left side.