**Nonupo** is a two-player math strategy game that could in theory be played with just paper, a pencil, and 10-sided die.

- The game is played on a 6 × 6 grid.
- On a players turn, they role the 10-sided die to get a number. They may then either place that number or one of + or - into a cell in the grid.
- Players take turns doing this until there are no more cells in the grid.
- Player one's score is calculated by considering each row a math expression, then totalling each row.
- Player two's score is calculated by considering each column a math expression, then totalling each row.
- The player whose score is closest to 0 wins!

This was my first major project using an object-oriented language: ActionScript 3, aka the now-dead Flash. Despite being one of my first projects, its still one of the ones I'm most proud of.

## Unfortunately...

Permalink to "Unfortunately..."Flash is no longer a thing, so the original game is unplayable. If you have some means to play Flash content, you can **download the SWF**.