Math operations available in Math Classroom Challenge

We have been asked some times which are the math operations active for Math Classroom Challenge.

Those operations are: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, first grade equations (integers and decimals).

We are adding quadratic equations, and we plan to add different elements in the future, but for now we think with this operations children and youth have a good way of enjoy math while playing. And don’t hesitate to ask for any question you might have. Thank you.

Math Classroom Challenge “Super Drone” now on iOS

We’re happy to inform that “Math Classroom Challenge” Super Drone Edition is now available at the App Store on iOS, for iPhone and iPad.

This version has a very important new feature: the Drone. With this option the player can literally fly across the stages of the game, and feel that this is a real 3D game. Options to solve the game increases exponentially.

Important: we recommend using a bluetooth pad (Xbox, PS4, PS5) for a better experience while playing.

Some images of this version can be seen here. Remember that this version is now available on Steam, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Thank you!

New area “Greenhouse gases” coming to Nintendo Switch

Hello there!

First of all, we want to thank all Nintendo Switch users who have trusted their purchase to enjoy Elva the Eco Dragon, the game where we learn to take care of the Earth. And also the space and the Moon!

Now we are pleased to report that the first free scenario for the game is being prepared and fine-tuned, and will be named “Greenhouse gases”.

In this scenario we will have to go through a gigantic tunnel over the Earth, being careful not to go out of its edges, and collect different spheres of greenhouse gases. These gases will then be processed so that their effects do not harm the Earth. We will have to fill the bars of gases, and avoid the mines that will make us lose points, and cause part of these collected gases to be lost.

We will talk about all this very soon with a first video, thank you very much for your support!

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Enjoying math while learning, an equation to solve

Spanish version here.

School is hard for some children, but they find a way to enjoy time with videogames. 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 games, 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 find a balance.

And then they have to study. And the dreaded math 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.

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Stellar Sphere Mac version now on Steam

We’re happy to inform that Stellar Sphere Mac version is now on Steam and at the Mac App Store.

Stellar Sphere is a zero-gravity sports and action game that aims to get the maximum number of points in a limited time per level, and with 24 initial levels or stages as we call them, and an infinite stage. To achieve them, the player must look for a fireball, a stellar sphere, attach it to his ship, and throw it over the active wormhole.

It is played with a configurable limited time, and has twenty-four initial stages, plus infinite subsequent stages with four difficulty levels. The twenty-four levels are named after the letters of the Greek alphabet, and the infinite level is known as the Athena level.

You can find more info in our FAQ and manual. Thank you!

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Stellar Sphere, new scenario images & video

Here we’ve added some of the new images and a video of “Stellar Ring” the new scenario available for Stellar Sphere on Steam and Xbox One. And remember we also have a demo available. Thank you for your interest!

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New article on IndieDB: “Tactical combat in Stellar Sphere”

We have a new article on IndieDB: “Tactical combat: the basis to score and survive“. Here we talk about different tactics to score the maximum points in Stellar Sphere while trying to survive.

Meanwhile, 15 days to release the game, and the hard work continues. Thank you for your support!

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Asteroid storm in Stellar Sphere

One of the random elements that will be available in Stellar Sphere will be the Asteroid Storm. If random elements is active with a probability greater than zero, there will be a chance that an asteroid storm will rise in the game. Be careful then, destroy the asteroids, and avoid being destroyed by the collisions.

More info on the Steam page.

Also on the official page of Stellar Sphere.

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Math Classroom Challenge now 60% off on Steam

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!

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