A nice way of getting younger kids to practice their adding perhaps, but with little enjoyment for an adult audience.
by on November 23, 2012
Maths is not supposed to be fun. Maths is supposed to be one of those things that you just have to learn at school and then leave behind, like calling people older than you ‘sir’ and smoking in a surreptitious fashion.
So why make a game around it? Because while it’s oddly compulsive, it’s also really quite dull. Each level starts with a set of numbered silver blocks. More of their ilk drop from the top of the screen, and with each you’re given a total score to aim for. Position bricks so that they total the right number, and they disappear.
More levels just mean slightly trickier sums (adding up to 13, say), but if you’re looking for a block-clearing puzzler, there are plenty of better options out there – try Tetris or Slydris out for size.
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