2048 Doge / Doggy Play
Fabricate a higher tile in a corner. Join the early doggy into a 16 or 32, and put it in a corner. The objective of this technique is to save this tile set up for whatever length of time that conceivable, step by step fabricating it increasingly elevated
Keep the line with the high tile filled. For example, if your high-esteem corner is in the upper right, fill the whole top column with doggy. Rotating the two headings toward the corner ("up" and "right" right now) a great method to accomplish this. When filled, you'll have the option to move left and right as much as you like, without the high-esteem tile moving from its corner.
Watch out for this line, and top off holes that show up at whatever point conceivable, without moving the corner tile.
Concentrate on consolidating little doggy. For the vast majority of the game, it's considerably more imperative to make 8s, 16s, and 32s than it is to focus on a solitary bigger number. In a perfect world, this mid-run doggy will accumulate close to your picked corner tile. This sets you up for chain responses of a few blends, which will get you a lot farther than concentrating on building one single tile higher without anyone else.
Move around doges
Move around little, caught doggy. Regularly, things won't turn out consummately, and you'll wind up with a 2 or 4 caught between a 256 and a 64, or comparatively badly designed positions. This is a decent time to interruption and contemplate each move, and plan to free that little tile. There are a couple various strategies for this:
Pick a tile by the caught tile, and plan on the best way to join it. On the off chance that it's a huge tile, you may need to prepare to do this. When it's set up with an equivalent tile by it, swipe so the tile you've been wanting to consolidate is the one that moves.
On the other hand, attempt to make a hole in the column with the little, caught tile, at that point move left and right until it is situated over a tile it can join with. This won't regularly function admirably on a packed board.