Category: Math-Based Games
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Lovelace & Babbage
$19.99Add to cart
In Lovelace & Babbage, players “program” the world’s first computer, the Analytical Engine, to help famous Patrons solve challenging problems. Compete against your fellow programmers in real time. Develop your Subroutines and upgrade the shared computer. Receive Influence from Patrons in five areas of society. Balance speed, care, and clever maneuvers to win!
Players: 2 – 4
Time: 15 – 30 minutes
Math Fluxx$15.99Add to cart
Rodger recommends Math Fluxx to assist students with math. This was a subject many students struggled with and this can make understanding math more enjoyable by putting it in a game format. Math needs constant reinforcement and Math Fluxx provides a new path to their learning!
Rodger, Retired Science Teacher
Math Fluxx is really all about the numbers. Players use positive integers (whole numbers) in their quest to achieve mathematical Goals. But it’s not just putting 4 and 2 together to “make” 42; use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to achieve the Goal, or draw three extra cards if you have all of the digits in the Goal number!! With Math Fluxx, the fun is exponential!
Time: 10 to 40 minutes
- Numbers get teamed up to match the current Goal
- Special rules also allow addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to come into play (i.e., actual math!)
- Great game for groups of mixed ages – kids and adults can both play and remain competitive
Math Rush: Addition and Subtraction
$12.99Add to cartThink fast in Math Rush, a totally thrilling cooperative math game that will make your heart race and your head rev. For three rounds, up to five players must balance strategy and speed, properly sequencing sums and differences before the timer runs out. Crunch the numbers in a hurry and rack up more points; make an error and miss your goal. Whether you beat your high score or not, it’s more fun than you calculated.Math Rush: Addition & Subtraction Volume 1 is a quick-paced card game where players must work as a team to sequence the solutions of their addition and subtraction equations, all the while racing against the clock! The equations might be simple, but the strategy and challenge involved with working together to complete the required goals under the pressure of time makes this game enjoyable for all audiences.Players: 1 – 5Time: 15 minutesAge: 8+
Mathemagician’s Duel$18.95Add to cart
In Mathemagician’s Duel, players create “incanquations” from the cards in their hands to cast spells on their opponent, to reduce the opponent’s Magical Strength to 0.
The incanquations are created by playing Magical Energy cards (numerals) and Magical Symbols cards (operators) so that when read left to right add up to the casting value of the chosen spell. Each spell when successfully cast, reduces the opponent’s Magical Strength by a certain amount.
The game helps players practice mental math skills and working memory as they calculate the value of their own and their opponent’s incanquations.
Players: 2 to 3
Time: 20 to 40 minutes
Sleeping Queens$11.95Add to cart
Dustin recommends this game for adding some math to game night! Sleeping Queens does an excellent job of using addition as an integral part of the game. Players learn and practice math without even thinking about it!
Rise and Shine! The Pancake Queen, the Ladybug Queen, and the of their closest friends have fallen under a sleeping spell and it’s your job to wake them up. Use strategy, quicking thinking, and a little luck to rouse these napping nobles from their royal slumbers.
Time: 20 minutes