Just some words to inform that Math Classroom Challenge now has its own page: mathclassroomchallenge.com.
What’s the objective of the page? Simple: it contains all the info related to the game, manuals, hints, and of course updated info about new versions of the game.
Meanwhile we’re working hard on version 1.80 “Save the seas”.
We take this opportunity to remind that the XBox version is also on the way, and will be available after “Save the seas”. Thank you for your support!
We’re happy to inform that Math Classroom Challenge is now compatible with HTC Vive.
With this new hardware, the same build is compatible with a standard monitor, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive. We give the opportunity to choose your option when you run the game, or you can activate SteamVR in your Steam app so you can access to the VR version of the game automatically.
But this is far from over. We’ll be adding a new character next week: Sam. Sam is a bird that likes to eat the numbers you need to solve the math problems.
And a new scenario that will arrive soon. And will be quite different from the others. Thank you!
We were talking the other day about an “almost enemy” for Math Classroom Challenge. This game is rated for children aged 4 onwards, and we must be careful with every new element added.
Some people asked us to add some “action” or “enemies”. Well, here it is. Sam is a bird that likes to eat numbers. When the player is behind a number, sometimes Sam can eat the number if the player does not wash Sam with water.
What do accomplish with this? We have an “enemy” but is completely harmless for children. There’s no violence at all, just the pressure to wash Sam. Of course Sam can be deactivated.
Sam will be available on July 6 with version 1.70 (version 1.60 with HTC Vive compatibility next June 30). Thank you for your interest!
Right now Math Classroom Challenge on Steam can be played with a standard monitor or Oculus goggles. From next Saturday, June 30th, we will also incorporate full compatibility with HTC Vive.
The player will be able to play with HTC Vive’s own controls or with a pad, and choose either of the two devices. Without forgetting the keyboard of course.
We’re working on the final tests. Thank you very much for your support!
New info about the idea that Math Classroom Challenge needs an Oculus device to be played. This is not true. You can play with a standard monitor. Also with an Oculus, and soon with HTC Vive.
But this is an option, enjoy Math Classroom Challenge in your monitor. Thank you!