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Tiled Up is a fun new puzzle game inspired by games like domineering and cram. See if you can beat the computer on all 3 game boards.In Tiled Up, players take turns placing tiles on the board. How the tile is placed determines the score for that turn. Play continues until no available moves are left.Features:- 4 variations of game play- 3 levels of computer difficulty- 3 game boards- 4 domino tile designsHow To Play:Players take turns placing tiles on the grid. A game is over when one player may no longer place a tile on the grid.In the Jam version of the game, each player may only place his or her tiles in one direction. For example, Player 1 may only place tiles horizontally while Player 2 may only places tiles vertically.In the Plex version of the game, a player may place the tile vertically or horizontally.Scoring:The score of a move is calculated by adding up the following three items:- The sum of all the dots on the tile.- The sum of dots on adjacent tile ends. An adjacent tile end is the single tile end that touches the played tile to the left, right, top or bottom.- Bonus points for runs of the same tile end value.-- 2 in a row = 10 pts-- 3 in a row = 20 pts-- 4 in a row = 30 pts-- 5 in a row = 40 pts-- 6 in a row = 50 ptsWinning a Game:There are two variations of the game. In the High variation, the player with the most points at the end of the game wins. In the Low variation, the player with the least points at the end of the game wins.Game Boards: Classic - Users take turns placing tiles until one user cannot make a move. The player with the best score wins.Road Block - Two squares are removed from the grid at the start of the game.Boost - Once a double tile is played, two squares are marked to provide double or triple point values.