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From the original 2048 it was rather easy to tell which numbers I'm combining - after all, it says so right on the tile.

But now with doge2048 there is such doge. What doge is 16? What is 32? Is this doge secretly 2048 and the game actually keeps going beyond that?

very confuse

wow

much doge, very number, wow

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what in the name of god –  cloudymusic Mar 17 at 18:03
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If this thing get posted in the Hot Question list, I will delete @FEichinger account. –  Braiam Mar 17 at 18:25
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@Braiam That didn't take long –  Grace Note Mar 17 at 18:28
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I registered an account here to upvote the question and answer. –  Lego Stormtroopr Mar 18 at 5:02
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much vote many favorite –  Joe the Person Mar 19 at 0:06

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The doges are as follows:

2

4

8

16

32

64

128

256

512

1024

2048

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MY EYES! MAKE IT STOP! –  SaintWacko Mar 17 at 18:12
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@SaintWacko If you really want a head-trip, view revision #2 of the edit history... –  Lego Stormtroopr Mar 18 at 5:23
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wow so shibe very inu very pictures –  Ibrahim Apachi Mar 18 at 7:40
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This is pretty much the worst thing anyone has ever earned rep for. –  Sterno Mar 19 at 10:38

In Firefox and Internet Explorer you can press Ctrl + A (Select All) to see the values:

Much Appreciated

You can even keep playing like this, but why would you?
In Chrome that didn't work for me - the numbers still invisible.

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Why would you start playing in the first place? That's the real question here. –  fredley Mar 19 at 9:22
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@fredley very party pooper –  zigg Mar 19 at 13:32
    
That's amazing, but what i noticed is that it differs from the other game, instead of one square you get two each time you move, i was playing on chrome, does that happen in firefox too? is the game actually rigged to allow you to suceed more easily than the other one, i mean, i got a much higher score on this than i did on 2048 "the original" –  Alex Mar 20 at 23:18
    
@Alex The original 2048 also gives you two tiles sometimes. The code for the game mechanics is identical in both games. You just got lucky. –  fredley Mar 21 at 9:03
    
whats with all the hate for this game? I love this game. –  Scribblenautical Jun 13 at 23:29

If you make it to 4096, the game reuses the 1024 tile. Note that this is a 1024 tile in aesthetics only, and cannot be combined with true 1024 tiles.

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