We are happy to inform that Math Classroom Challenge Version 1.80 is here!
This version includes the new Scenery “Save the seas”, I you can bet is quite different from the others. Here you’ll have to clean the seas and oceans by using “Math Energy”, a special compound that destroys plastics in the sea.
How do you get this Math Energy? We explain it here, with the manual and a videotutorial. Thank you!
Note 1: you can find the manual here and the game here.
Note 2: there is a question we would like to answer: the game can be played in a monitor as usual, or with an Oculus Rift device or HTC Vive, you have three options. It’s your choice. Thank you!
We are very happy to inform that Math Classroom Challenge for Windows/Oculus is now available at the Steam store, and, from version 1.70, the new Scenario “Math & Rocks” and the inclusion of “Sam”, the only bird that eats the numbers you need to solve the math panels.
This game allows the player/student to learn numbers from the age of four, and from that point on there is no limit to age and fun with math.
Math Classroom Challenge allows the player to enjoy learning math in a safe environment, with simple music and fun characters, so that learning math is a game. From sums to equations, including integers and decimals, maximum times, difficulty, and other fully configurable aspects.
Black Friday is here, and we have Math Classroom Challenge, and also Math Combat Challenge, with a 60% discount until September 27th. Now you can enjoy math with your kids in four different environments, with VR included as an option in Math Classroom Challenge.
But we also have new info regarding Math Classroom Challenge: the game has been ported to Xbox One, and now is in beta tests. We hope to bring new info about Math Classroom Challenge for Xbox very soon. Thank you!
Math Combat Challenge now has a new price tag. The mathematical game where solving math exercises is the key to survival.
In first person, or on board a space fighter, each scenario presents a different challenge, but they all have one thing in common: the key to survival is not the destruction of the enemy, but the resolution of random mathematical problems.
We bring news about our work with “Save the seas”, where Facebook wants us to sign a document saying that this new scenario of Math Classroom Challenge has a hidden political agenda. Of course we are not in the mood to start playing that game about being something like spies or something like that.
So we have written a document on IndieDB explaining our work and why is important saving the seas from plastics and debris, and why this work has nothing to do with politics. “Save the seas is a game”, and we want to encourage people to learn to love and take care of the seas.
We have included some minor fixes in version 1.87A of Math Classroom Challenge, being the most important the new behavior of speedboats.
But we’ve also included a new element: “Water polluted”. Every time the player throws “math energy” to clean the plastics, the water gets polluted. So a new objective in the game is to avoid pollute the water too much. To achieve that, use the hose the minimum possible. That way you won’t pollute the water too much. It’s up to you again how to use this feature.
Like everything else in the game you have the last choice. But we think it will be a good idea to save the seas from our own pollution when cleaning up plastics.
Back to school is coming, and the little ones of the house will return to their typical activities, including games. Basically we can divide them into the classics, from which the end is always announced without it coming, fortunately, and the new ones, which focus, above all, on the always attractive consoles that almost all children want. Consoles for children who, let’s not kid ourselves, enjoy a lot, and sometimes even more, parents.
It is important, it is fundamental, that children play. Obsessed with studies is tremendously negative, and excessive pressure on children to study only causes an adverse reaction. It’s not a good idea for them to spend the day playing the game, but let’s not forget: it’s not a good idea for them to spend the day playing football or any other activity. Everything has its time and quantity. Like everything else in life, they have to strike a balance.
And then they have to study. And the dreaded maths are a challenge, now, and always. Coming to school suffering because of the “math” class is a dangerous path for the intellectual development of young people. But there are solutions. Let’s go see him.