# Keep Prime Numbers

**What is a Keep Prime Numbers?**

**Keep Prime Numbers** is a natural number greater than 1 that cannot be divided evenly by any other number except for 1 and itself. In simpler terms, a prime number only has two divisors: 1 and the number itself. For example, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and 13 are prime numbers. In contrast, a non-prime number (also known as a composite number) can be divided by numbers other than 1 and itself. For instance, 12 is not a prime number because it can be divided evenly by 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12.

*Keep Prime Numbers* focuses on this fundamental math concept, challenging players to identify prime numbers and prevent them from getting eliminated while strategically removing other numbers.

**Gameplay Overview**

In *Keep Prime Numbers*, the gameplay revolves around protecting the ball containing a prime number while removing the supports of balls that contain non-prime numbers. The game’s levels become more complex as players progress, requiring quick thinking and problem-solving skills.

Here’s how the game works:

**1. Identify Prime Numbers**

At the start of each level, you’ll be presented with a series of numbered balls, each containing a specific number. Your first task is to identify which numbers are prime. This requires some basic mathematical knowledge, but the game provides enough challenge to make it engaging for all age groups.

**2. Protect the Prime Numbers**

Once you’ve identified the prime numbers, your goal is to ensure they remain on the platform. You’ll need to remove supports from underneath the balls, but you must do so carefully to prevent the prime-numbered balls from falling off the platform. If a prime number falls, the level is lost, and you must restart.

**3. Eliminate Non-Prime Numbers**

The complex or non-prime numbers are not meant to stay on the platform. Your task is to eliminate these numbers by removing the support underneath them without disturbing the prime-numbered balls. This requires strategic thinking, as you must figure out which supports to remove first and in what order to avoid causing a chain reaction that might lead to failure.