iojoe9.PNGWe covered IOJOE's 10 back in October, but they've just released a new app called 9 for iOS and Android devices. The gameplay is basically the same, but this one has fewer stages and is free.

As with 10, in 9 you are swiping numbered blocks along rows and columns on a grid to combine them. Unlike 10, however, as you can probably guess from the title, the goal is to combine all the blocks into 9 blocks instead of 10 blocks. The same sorts of strategies apply to both games, however, and if you like one you'll like the other. The biggest difference is in the amount of content, with 9 having 72 stages and 10 having 300 stages.

[IOJOE's 9 on the iTunes Store | IOJOE's 9 on Google Play]