Yushino is a CrossWord game with Numbers!

Here is a quick guide on how to play:

**Quick start**

Place numbers left-to-right or top-to-bottom to create *“number sequences”* just like you create words in CrossWord games.

To build a number sequence:

**If the sequence has three or more numbers**

Every number is the sum of the previous two.

When you add the two previous numbers you only look at the last digit.

For example, 684 is a valid sequence because 6 + 8 = 14 and the last digit of 14 is 4. Other examples are 7630, 954932, etc.

**If the sequence has two numbers**

The numbers must differ by 1. For example: 56, 87, 21, 90, etc. Note that 90 and 09 are valid two number sequences.

**Placement**

In the first move you must place a tile in the central (yellow) square. Each new move must touch an existing sequence on the board. It can either extend a sequence or “cross” one or more sequences, or both!

**Scoring**

You score points for every number placed (7 points for a 7, 4 points for a 4 and so on) and your points are multiplied by the “*multiplier*” squares.

**2* and 3*** multiply the tile on them by 2 or 3 respectively.

**2X and 3X** multiply the whole sequence\non them by 2 or 3 respectively.

The multiplier squares are valid only the first time they are used.

**Yushino for all 7 tiles**

If you use all 7 tiles in one move you get 100 bonus points!

Enjoy Yushino!

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