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Is it possible to lose on 16384? (

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Started: 5/12/2014 Category: Games
Updated: 7 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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It is possible to lose because tiles can only combine if they are the same number, so eventually you have to have all different numbers touching and no empty spaces. Example: checkerboard of twos and fours. Also, holding down left and then right over and over again eventually must keep filling twos or fours in until they cannot combine.


youtube video of person getting a 16384 on 2048:
Debate Round No. 1


My argument is you can lose on 16384, not that you cannot get 16384 on 2048. I am sorry if I stated the argument wrong, but Con's side of the argument is supposed to be that you cannot get game over on 16384. I have included links to the games below to show you they are different. Please se my previous argument for why I think you can lose.




in your argument you said that i would be impossible to get over 16384 but you argued that it would be a endless grid of 2s and 4s but than how would you get 16384?that is more than enough this is why i belive that you can get over 16384
Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by iOS 7 years ago
Con, what the heck are you stating?
Posted by 4benji 7 years ago
That should make it easier for me.
Posted by oculus_de_logica 7 years ago
This isn't a debate, this is truism. There isn't any possibility of Con winning.
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