Math Space Challenge coming to Nintendo Switch & Xbox

We are happy to inform that we are working on a new version of Math Classroom Challenge: Math Space Challenge.

Math Space Challenge is the version of Math Classroom Challenge for those who want action and combat while trying to survive.

The motto: “Only math will save you”. Coming to Nintendo Switch & Xbox.

The game is its final stages of development, and a first video will be ready in a few days.

More info coming soon.

Horizontal math operations in Math Classroom Challenge 4.0

Math Classroom Challenge 4.0 with Horizontal Math operations

We’re happy to inform that Math Classroom Challenge 4.0 is here! (Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PC versions).

This new version includes something very important for teachers and students: Horizontal operations!

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Last days on sale Nintendo Switch eShop

Note: on sale now at the Nintendo Switch eShop!

Three of our games are now on sale at the Nintendo Switch eShop until December 30th!

The first is “Math Classroom Challenge“, one of the most used games by the teachers of Edshelf, and a game for the whole family to enjoy playing while learning mathematics.

The second game available on Nintendo Switch is “Meteoroids 3D“, a tribute to Asteroids, and a crazy game where you must destroy as many meteors as you can. The game also includes enemies, the UFO, and 24 levels plus an infinite level.

The third game on sale at the Nintendo Switch eShop is “Elva the Eco Dragon“, a game that has been enhanced with a new update for the Nintendo Switch console to better enjoy the game.

You can see a video directly recorded from the Nintendo Switch console. Thank you and have a great and happy New Year!

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Math Classroom Challenge & Meteoroids 3D on sale for Nintendo Switch

Hello! We’re happy to inform that Math Classroom Challenge and Meteoroids 3D are now on sale at the eShop Store for Nintendo Switch!

These two games are quite different as Peter explains in this video, one for educational purposes and the other, well, just to have a fun time destroying meteors. Choose your option, or both! Thank you!

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 & Meteoroids now on Nintendo Switch

Note: on sale now at the Nintendo Switch eShop!

We’re happy to inform that this week two new more games are now available on Nintendo Switch!

The first is “Math Classroom Challenge“, one of the most used games by the teachers of Edshelf, and a game for the whole family to enjoy playing while learning mathematics.

The second game available for prepurchase on Nintendo Switch is “Meteoroids 3D“, a tribute to Asteroids, and a crazy game where you must destroy as many meteors as you can. The game also includes enemies, the UFO, and 24 levels plus an infinite level.

Both now are ready for purchase. Here you can see a video for each one of them. Thank you!

Math Classroom Challenge 3.0 is here!

Hi there! We’re happy to inform that Version 3.0 of Math Classroom Challenge is now available on Xbox One S/X and Steam!

New version 3.0 is called Super Drone! Now you can play the game in first person view as usual, but you can also switch to a third view with a drone. With the drone you can move around the scenario and even change that view to see as if you were flying the drone.

But there are changes to the Winter area, the Moon area, and a new area called “Math Island” where you’ll have to deal with math day and night.

We also have corrected some minor problems to the game.

And remember: panels with math problems must be solved. The panel with the halo is the active. Throw water with the water hose to the flying number to solve the math problem. When a panel is finished, start with the new one.

Also remember: there will appear math panels with three solutions, choose the right one with the water hose. You can also call one of these panels (take a look to the help for pad commands).

Do math teachers use Math Classroom Challenge? Here you can see some of them.

Enjoy math in a 3D world, thank you!

Math Classroom Challenge Space Flight Edition

More news coming fresh from the Math World for kids and youth! Math Classroom Challenge iOS version has been totally upgraded with two new stages, making them three! With it’s the same as the PC/Mac version! Now you have:

  • Winter math: Summer is being hard? Go to a winter math world to enjoy math with your children.
  • Seaside math: if you prefer the sun, Seaside math can give you an opportunity of learning math while getting a bath in the sea. What’s hiding far in the ocean?…
  • Math & rocks: now we get serious. Go to the Moon to solve math, but also find the best moon rocks to get the Helium to make the fusion reactors work on Earth. Remember: fusion reactors are not fission reactors. They’re clean and efficient. They’re the future of humanity.

Everything packed in a new compilation with better resources, now the game is smoother and cleaner.

Thank you for believing that math can be funny and enjoyable!

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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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