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.
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.
Version 1.10 of Math Street Challenge has been released at the App Store. This version enhances the “Crazy mode” behavior by making the numbers go faster, and dynamic panels appear more frequently. We have also made some minor modifications.
Next week we’ll come with version 1.20 with some new features. Thank you for your support!
We are happy to inform that Math Street Challenge, the Augmented Version of Math Classroom Challenge (iOS, Windows), is now available at the App Store. Don’t send your children to study in their room; send them to the street.
Math Street Challenge is a game to be played outdoors, in your school, your garden, anywhere, anytime. You can configure many parameters of the game, from sums to equations, decimals, difficulty, time, and others.
Take a look at the manual here, and start feeling that math can be fun. And even you can practice, because anyone can enjoy math. Have a nice Math Day!
This is a teaser trailer of Math Street Challenge. Here you can see some of the features of the game. We’re recording a new video explaining in detail all the elements about configuration of the game. By the way, we’re almost finished the Windows version, more info coming very soon.
We’ve received confirmation from Oculus that the VR version of Math Classroom Challenge has only one issue. We’re working to solve that problem, and the VR version will be ready to go.
Meanwhile, testing is in progress with Math Street Challenge, that is, the Augmented Reality version (AR) of Math Classroom Challenge. Everything is ok and now we’re working to upload the game to the App Store for Apple’s approval.
This short video features Math Street Challenge, a short video where two dynamic math panels are solved, one ok and one with an error. You can see the static panels too, that are solved with the flying numbers. More info and a video coming soon.