The game has just five rules:
- Find the sphere.
- Capture the sphere.
- Find the active wormhole.
- Send the sphere to the active wormhole.
More info coming soon.
This is a WIP video featuring the main controls of the helicopter and the drone. The player will start with the helo to find the plastic debris, and they will activate the drone to start the cleaning. Every time an area is cleaned up life will come to that area. Math will be critical to be able to detect the debris, but there will be an option to deactivate it when the player just want to operate the cleaning phases of the scenario.
We hope to show a video with all the main elements of this new scenario in some days, and release it on August 9. Thank you for your interest.
We have published a new entry on IndieDB to talk a little bit about the next steps with Math Combat Challenge and their associate programs for iOS, Windows, Mac, and Oculus.
You can read the entry here. And happy Christmas!
We are pleased to inform that Math SteelCave, our second math game for iOS, is now ready at the App Store, for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Achieving an interest in mathematics that reaches all ages is a primary goal for us. To that end, the company has developed a version of Math Combat Challenge specially designed for people aged nine years and older: Math SteelCave Challenge. This version is located inside a powerful starship, within an infinite steel tunnel, where various obstacles appear, and also some elements, such as enemy ships or drones, which will try to prevent us from resolving the mathematical exercises with calm. The player will have to aim the ship to the numbers and shoot the lasers, solving the static and dynamic random panels, from sums to equations.
Math for young and not so young:
Math SteelCave Challenge is designed especially at Aimed at young people from the age of nine, it is designed to be fun and challenging for all ages. We intend to create several modules with different possibilities and mathematical challenges, and this second module is specially inspired in space. If you want a game for children, we also have Math Classroom Challenge for kids aged 4 to 12.
But we haven’t finished here, and we’re working on new titles to bring math to everyone. Have a great Math Day!
This is an in-game image of the incoming game for iOS: Math SteelCave Challenge. This is a version of the Arena for Math Combat Challenge (Windows(Mac) configured to run in iOS hardware with Metal API. We hope to release the game just before Christmas.
We are pleased to inform that Math Classroom Challenge for kids V.1.12 is ready and can be downloaded now.
Thank you for your feedback, and have a nice Math Day!
The new free arena “Realm of Helheim” is now on Steam, as a free scenario for Math Combat Challenge.
Flying with the starship inside an infinite wormhole. Don’t try to leave the wormhole, that won’t be good for your health. This arena is a classical 3D arcade shooter in space. Remember Star Trek: the Motion Picture? When they fall in an infinite hole? Arm photon torpedoes! That’s the idea.
• Only main lasers are operational.
• Radar is down.
• Engine can’t be disconnect once it has been activated (F1 or left stick button).
• Drone cubes and numbers explode when touched in space.
• Shooting wrong numbers in space drains energy from shields.
• Minimal speed is always faster than 1000.
• Restore shields and weapons destroying enemy ships and drones, and also asteroids.
• Numeric radar malfunction. You won’t be able to track numbers, just visual.
• Don’t try to leave the wormhole, or go back. It won’t be good for your health.
• Finish math operation because the wormhole ends, it’s indicated by a regressive countdown.
• Take your medicine for your heart before flying this new free arena.
Realm of Helheim, the fifth arena for Math Combat Challenge, now on Steam.