• 100 educative puzzles to learn algebra
  • 100 practice levels to drill the maths
  • 22 supported languages

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Windows 8.1 support Upgrade to 1.2.1 (more languages, better parental controls, bug fixes)

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4 stars out of 5
· 2/13/2016
Learn algebraic rules, not really a game

Full disclosure: I am pursuing a PhD in education, studying video games. I have three children, ages 11, 15, and 16, all sophisticated gamers. This is a good, interactive math worksheet with immediate feedback and a game-like reward system, but my children tell me it is not a game. Users will become familiar with algebraic manipulation rules, but not with the mathematical reasons behind them. The inability to choose a suitable starting point combined with the forced linear progression through the chapters and levels could prove boring for some, and too challenging for others. There is little replay value for 5th and 6th grade students. A teacher could really build off this if a classroom full of students played it. For something more sophisticated (and expensive) try Dreambox (dreambox.com). My children did not think it was much of a game, either, but it does address the issues of finding a student’s correct starting level, and providing reasons for what the player is doing.

4 stars out of 5
· 2/11/2016
Great game

We love this game because it's fun and you don't realize you're doing algebra. We've had a couple glitches where the sizing of the game doesn't line up with the touch screen on our computer, but if we back out of the app, it resolves. We'll be checking into the other levels for our younger children and future algebra levels once we finish this one!

5 stars out of 5
· 9/29/2015
Good for the basics

Both my boys (ages 9 and 8) love this. Unfortunately they finished it within a hour (each). Will definitely save the 12+ one for when they are a little older and about to go into algebra.

5 stars out of 5
· 11/14/2014
Great little app

My 6 and 8 year olds loved it, and want more levels. Who knew you could make learning math so fun. Their teachers were blown away when I showed them the game.

5 stars out of 5
· 9/21/2014
You guys Rock!

Thank you for such an opened game, that makes mathematics fun!) My daughter dislikes math, thanks to you it makes the steps less painfully arduous for both of us. And yes, I thoroughly enjoy playing too

5 stars out of 5
· 1/28/2014

A great emphasis on the puzzle aspect of algebra. The game does a great job of easing players into it. I'd like to see more difficulty levels as well as a mode that could generate and endless number of puzzles for a given difficulty for an increase in replayability.

5 stars out of 5
· 10/19/2013
Great learning tool! (and no longer buggy)

It is a great game! It teaches algebra concepts and the kids don't even notice (at least not until they have already learned a bunch)! The interface is intuitive and responsive. I am very impressed with the concept of this game. I wish I had this when I was in Jr. high! The game is no longer broken when you finish the 4th level! Now you can complete all 5 levels and continue from the beginning with higher difficulty (building on what was learned the first time through). THANX FOR FIXXING!

5 stars out of 5
· 5/29/2013
Great app that teaches algebraic equation solving

Updated to 5 Stars! (i.e. they fixed the "crash at the end of chapter 4 issue) FABULOUS app! Within an hour my 8 year old son was through chapter 2 and doing very well with the logic problems. My kids really liked the way it uses shapes to get across the ideas of algebra and then slowly moves toward numbers and letters.

3 stars out of 5
· 4/11/2013
Great way to learn algebra! Need to fix some bugs

Bought the full version. The quality of the learning is great. Can't get to the 5th (last) level. Wish there was a way to request support from within the app. Seems like it needs to mature.

5 stars out of 5
· 3/11/2013
Outstanding way to learn!

My kids loved this program! If the future of learning is anything like this, then I'm going to have a lot of fun introducing my kids to math and science. Maybe someday they'll make a calculus program?

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