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!
We are proud to inform that the new Math Classroom Challenge stage, “Math & Rocks”, is now available on Steam as a Scenario at no extra cost.
In this scenario, set on the Moon, you will have to perform the same tasks as in the other scenarios. But you’ll also have to collect the rocks that fall on the moon. To do this, throw water on the rocks, and a report will indicate its chemical composition, and also, if it has water and/or helium 3.
The rocks will go directly to the moon rock depot. Water is important for the maintenance of the moon base. Helium-3 is important for the fusion reactors of the Moon.
From time to time, a large transport ship will arrive at the rock repository to collect and carry them to Earth along with helium 3, which will be used in the planet’s fusion reactors.
The points accumulated by obtaining the rocks are independent of those obtained by mathematical problems. You’ll have to decide what to give priority to, your spirit as a geologist or mathematician. At the end, the statistics will show you the number of rocks achieved, their points, and the helium.
Welcome to a new era of humanity. The era of the fusion reactor. The Moon and its resources are the future of humanity. Good luck!
We’ve received info that Math Classroom Challenge needs an Oculus device in order to play with the game.
This is not true. You can play with your monitor, or with an Oculus device. When you run the game, Steam gives you the option to start the game in standard mode with your monitor, or in Oculus mode. It’s up to you. Sorry if we didn’t explain this feature in past entries.
By the way, the new scenario, “Math & Rocks”, is going very well and will be ready to download on June 16. Thank you very much for your support!
After visiting a garden in winter, and a lovely beach in summer, the next stage of Math Classroom Challenge will take us a little further. Specifically, to the Moon.
We will have to continue to solve more math problems, but we will also become geologists, collecting stones that will be taken to Earth for study. The more rocks, the more points you get with the math.
We will also be able to see different types of moonstones and know their main characteristics. We will be the new explorers of the secrets of the solar system. Coming next June, 15.
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.
The game to enjoy math. Happy math day!
While we prepare the release of Math Classroom Challenge (Windows/Oculus) on June 7 on Steam, version V.1.40 is on the way, and will be released in a couple of days.
With two new features: until seven Static Math Panels at the same time, and a new Scenario: Seaside Math. This scenario gives the player the opportunity to play in a sunny area with the sea, and even go for a swim. New elements that will enhance this scenario will be available soon.
Nothing like a sunny day with a good math session. Happy math!
We are ready to conquer schools, homes, and anyone who wants to learn and practice math.
This is the promotional poster for Math Classroom Challenge, associated with the Steam release. Trying to be original, and with a little humor is always important. We are finishing the test with the Steam version, and the iOS versions are now available at the App Store.
- Math Street Challenge iOS Augmented Reality here.
- Math Classroom Challenge iOS here.
- Math Classroom Challenge Windows/Oculus here.
And remember that for adults we have Math Combat Challenge here.
Quadratic equations are not included in the 1st build of Math Classroom Challenge (Windows) and Math Street Challenge (iOS-AR), but you can expect to find them soon in new builds.
Meanwhile, the Augmented Version (iOS) version of Math Street Challenge is now at the App Store, and the Windows version, Math Classroom Challenge and its Oculus version is in final test for being released next June 1st. Thank you for your support.
We are happy to inform that Math Clasroom Challenge is online now on Steam, in standard and Oculus Version. But be aware that both versions are the same, so you only need to activate or deactivate your Oculus Rift device to play with VR. If not active, the game will run as usual in a standard monitor.
You can read the manual and features here.
Math Classroom Challenge will be available in two weeks. Thank you for your interest.