Dozen is a fast paced game, but the rules are really simple:
1) Start by tapping one of the center (brown) tiles
2) Find and tap the border (white) tile with the matching number
3) Repeat before the center tiles disappears
* In game tutorial
* Leaderboards and acheivements
* Easy sharing to Facebook, Twitter and email
* Addictively simple and fun gamaplay
The sequence of the white border tiles will change for every game, so playing Dozen is perfect for training that short time memory (but we can not guarentee that you will become smarter...) So go ahead and tap those numbers. Finger or pen does not matter, just keep up the speed!
The game has an tutorial that will be shown the first time you launch the game, and it can also be activated from the menu.
Sharing your score is of course easy as well. Just hit the share button at the end of a play to share your skills on Facebook, Twitter and email. If you just want to share a link to Dozen, you can use the share button in the menu (giving you the same options to share on Facebook, Twitter and email)
Dozen has its name from the twelve numbers you can tap on. Here are som fun Dozen facts for you (source: wikipedia)
The English word dozen comes from the old form douzaine, a French word meaning "a group of twelve"
A baker's dozen, devil's dozen, long dozen, or long measure is 13, one more than a standard dozen. The practice of baking 13 items for an intended dozen was insurance against one of the items being burnt, or ruined in some way, leaving the baker with the original dozen.
A decimal dozen is a design of cartons for bottled wine that holds two rows of five bottles, developed by the Helm Wines winery, Canberra, Australia, to replace traditional dozen-bottle cartons. The quoted motivation is that demographics reports show that women buy more than 50 percent of wine in Australia. According to the OH&S regulations, a woman should not lift more than 15 kilograms (33 lbs), which is only the minimum gross weight of a standard 12-bottle carton, which can weigh up to 20 kg for some types of bottles
Funny, entertaining and challenging.
I wanna say goooood job