Numberline 2 System Requirements

Numberline 2 System Requirements - full specs, system checker and the gaming PC setup you need.

Numberline 2 minimum requirements

  • Memory: 512 MB
  • Graphics Card: ATI FireMV 2400 PCIe
  • CPU: Intel Pentium III 1400 @ 1400MHz
  • File Size: 200 MB
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® Vista / 7

Numberline 2 recommended specs

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Can I Run Numberline 2?

To play Numberline 2 you will need a minimum CPU equivalent to an Intel Pentium III 1400 @ 1400MHz. In terms of game file size, you will need at least 200 MB of free disk space available. The minimum memory requirement for Numberline 2 is 512 MB of RAM installed in your computer. Provided that you have at least an ATI FireMV 2400 PCIe graphics card you can play the game.

Numberline 2 will run on PC system with Microsoft® Windows® Vista / 7 and upwards.

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Numberline 2 Details

Numberline 2 PC Specs


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Numberline 2 Release Date

14th of July 2017

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What is Numberline 2?

NumberLine 2 is the continuation of the popular (no.) puzzle. You must repeat the indicated image from the numbers. But it isn't so easy - you can create only blocks with a "1", but when you create it, the numbers on all adjacent blocks are incremented by 1.