Multiplication doesn't have to be boring, it can be a fun battle with players around the World! For children and adults alike! Keep your mind sharp and brush up on your math skills. When you are done, your kids can use this program to learn and and be tested on multiplication!
Your children will learn their multiplication tables in a fun and engaging way that will keep them coming from more. Give your child a head start over their peers by helping them excel at multiplication. Our simple to use app allows learning, and testing multiplication skills in a real life player-vs-player battle, that will prepare your child for performing under pressure and stress of a school test.
The app also provides you with in-depth statistics that will immediately help you identify any problem areas, including storing all the answers that were incorrect for later review.
Our mission was to take the boredom away from learning multiplication, and replace it with the fun and excitement of a competitive player-vs-player action.
We have a selection of different characters that players can assume that come with selection of accessories.
We also have a set four planets for online battles, that differ in the scale of difficulty.
For added fun and excitement, we have a set of superpowers that players can use to make make their opponent's life more difficult.
There is Minimimizer that makes the keys of your opponent shrink by a half (!), there is Scrambler, that randomly shifts the positions of the keys, there is a Rotator, which makes the keyboard rotate. The Floater makes the keys float around the screen and gradually sets them on fire (!). Other superpowers allow increasing your own health bar, or decreasing rival's health bar.
The "Teach Me" screen has wheels that spin the numbers being taught, and the problem is displayed at the top of the page. The wheels can be spun manually or automatically. The movement of the wheels and graphics will keep your child interested in watching the mulitiplication problem and it helps them learn the correct answers visually.
The "Test Me" page presents one multiplication problem at a time in a graphically attractive way, and provides instant visual feedback, with a running counter of positive and negative answers.
All the answers could then be analyzed on the "Report Card" page, which provides the total precentage of correct versus incorrect answers, and a breakdown of correct and incorrect answers per factor. That is, it is possible to say that your child is doing well with multiplying fives and sixes, but not eights.