# N9NE

\$0.99

Age Rating
4+
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9+
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12+
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17+
You must be at least 17 years old to access this App.
Apps in this category may contain frequent and intense offensive language; Frequent and intense cartoon, fantasy or realistic violence: frequent and intense adult, scary and sexually suggestive subjects: as well as sexual content, nudity, tobacco, alcohol and drugs, may not be suitable for children under 17 years of age.
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N9NE has very simple rules however it can be a very challenging game. One to 4 players place the 9 numbers from 1 to 9, in 9 series, on a 9x9 board to obtain sums of adjacent numbers (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) that equal 9 or multiples of 9.

Objective:
Make sequences of numbers from 1 to 9 so that their sum (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) is 9 or a multiple of 9.

Points:
Sum ≠ multiple of 9 = -1 Point; 9 = 0 Points; 18 = 1 Point; 27 = 3 Points; 36 = 9 Points; 45, 54, 63... = Wins Immediately.

Rules:
Each player (in their turn) selects a number from 1 to 9 and places it in an empty square on the board to try to obtain a sequence that adds 9 or a multiple of 9;
The sum is valid either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. On the same turn a player can do more than one multiple simultaneously;
The filled squares and already used on previous sums can be used in new sums only if in a different direction;
The filled squares and already used on previous sums cannot be used in new sums if these are extensions or overlays;
A player is allowed to make bridges, meaning, get a sum of 9 or multiple of 9 going over used squares in the same direction, as if these squares didn’t exist.";
During the game, each play has one single help that can be used when he wants;
The game is over when all the squares are filled or when one player gets a sum of 45 or a higher multiple of 9;

Now it's time to start playing. Are you ready to be a N9NE's master? Good calculations!

Game inspired on “nines out” rule! Developed with and dedicated to MG and PG.

Last updated on Nov 1, 2016
Old Versions
Computer mode improvement
Version History
1.0.5
Oct 15, 2016
Computer mode improvement