Now children, remember, don't try this at home. And never, never, never play with fire!
Ah, it's fun! If only I could have learned to count like this ...
Like always, and like I always say, a brilliant job.
Can someone help me out with the 3rd level?
Good game. I suggest more complex levels, perhaps going all the way to the hundreds or higher.
"In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..."
Or alternatively, different rules.
Once one has completed the game.
We could have things like
√23, 263/55, 5-(1/5), 1/0.21, 3π/2
"The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..." - Leon M. Lederman
I (eventually) want to make lots of games like "fireworks" for Kinder, 1 and 2. Things with cars and dogs and cats, etc.
I will have a separate index of them, but what should I call the collection? "Primary Games" "Elementary Games" "MathKids" ... they seem rather boring titles.
Here is another one I just finished: Counting Bugs
Go on ... challenge yourself!
Any ideas for what to call the collection? "Young Mathematics" ?
Did about 300 or so to test for bugs, none found.
Very good game.
300, and no bugs? Is that a bug?
Pretty fun, did about 30 quickly, no glitches or errors.
But plenty of bugs?
Yes, plenty of bugs.
I like the finding bugs best, fun
I hate people who hate people.
most people make mistakes, butt not me!
why is it when you are writing something important you run out of spa