A fun and slightly educational PC game for two players, written by R.Wills in C#.
the NumberPeeps through the mazes of arithmetic avoiding the traps and
hazards, on their quest to level up from zero to ten.
movement controls are:
Player 1 (green):
Player 2 (red):
It's possible for one player to control both as there aren't usually
situations where the NumberPeeps must move exactly at the same time.
The main menu looks like this:
Choose in the game options whether or not you want to include
multiplication and division in the puzzles, and also whether you want
the annoying Polygogs (the triangle, square, pentagon and hexagon) to
oppose you. Also turn off sound if you want a quiet game. Then click
"Play Quest Mode" to play the game. Quest mode takes you through ten
levels on your journey from zero to ten. "Test mode" is just for when
you want to perfect your methods by choosing one single level to
Your NumberPeep can
change its number by using the arithmetic pills available in the game.
For example, if your NumberPeep is a "4" and it uses a "+2" it becomes
a "6". The NumberPeeps always start as the number they had become in
the last level, and the door over at the right hand side shows what
number they must become to unlock it. Beware of the moving Polygogs on
your journey, and be careful with levers and falling blocks. White
pills may have beneficial effects so you should try to find out what
those are. That's all there is to it really!
Sometimes one or both NumberPeeps may get stuck and be unable to reach
the door. In that case, press ESC and confirm that you want to give
up the level.
Notice that this is a game of cooperation. If one NumberPeep gets stuck and has to give up, both will lose a life. They are supposed to help each other.
The most recent version of
NumberPeeps is v0.5; still under development. Check back for new
versions and please let me know of any bugs.
To install NumberPeeps on PC, download
this zip file, unzip it to any folder and run setup.exe : NumberPeeps Setup Zip