Some people have commented that Math Classroom Challenge is maybe too childish. And they’re right. The reason for this is that the game is rated for children from the age of four. In these age ranges, extreme caution and awareness of the visual and interactive elements of a game should be exercised. Even if Steam’s store approved the game for us, it wouldn’t be done by the kids’ parents, tutors and teachers.
But we understand the feedback you’ re giving us, and we’re going to apply a solution that, without affecting the current game, can create greater challenges for older kids and adults. We are going to add enemies, but beware, they will not be elements that attack the player or similar things. They will be elements that will simply chase after the numbers we need to solve the exercises, and will “eat” them, so to speak. The player must throw water at that element to make it disappear, and this will also give him points.
We believe that this addition, which will be optional and can be activated and deactivated, will allow more options in the game and a greater variety, as well as being a new challenge for the game.
This week we’ll add the HTC Vive compatibility, and we’l try to add this feature at the same time. If it is not possible, this feature will arrive in a few days.
And, of course, we are always open to new ideas and suggestions. Thank you very much for your support.