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t30apps Maths Game - Elementary Arithmetic 2

Maths Game - Elementary Arithmetic 2 was developed as an interactive tool to help you improve your maths skills, specifically elementary level arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). The app is designed in the form of the simple game, with a scoring and level progression system. The objective of the game is to provide the correct answer to a maths problem that appears on the game screen. If you answer correctly you get a certain number of points. For incorrect answers points are deducted. The aim is to is to complete all the levels with the highest possible score. Game mechanisms and the scoring structure is detailed in the help section.

Requirements: Internet browser with CSS3 support. Including: Internet Explorer 9+, Chrome 4+, Firefox 3.5+(partial support) 22+ (full support), Safari 4+, Opera 15+, iOS Safari 4.1+, Android Browser 2.3+, Chrome for Android 51+, IE Mobile 10+, UC Browser for Android 9.9+, Samsung Internet 4+. Older browsers only have partial functionality.

Android app Installs: Android 4.1+

Maths Game - Elementary Arithmetic 2 is provided free for personal use.

Version: 1.0

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  • How to Play

    The objective of the game is to provide the correct answer to a maths problems that appears on the game screen. Use the on screen keyboard to type your answer into the text box. Then click the Ok button to see if you answered correctly. If you are correct a tick (tick) appears. A cross (cross) if answered incorrectly. You get a certain number of points for correct answer. Points are deducted if the answer is incorrect. The score is displayed in top right of the window. You can go to the following level by clicking the Next button. Here another problem appears and you need to repeat the process. Maths problems become more difficult as you progress through the levels. In the Standard Mode there are 40 levels to complete the game. Quick and Long game modes have 20 and 80 levels respectively. Three difficulty setting are also available, easy, medium and hard. Each with a slight variation in the scoring structure. Game's default settings each problem is randomly generated with one of four (+ - × ÷) arithmetic operations. If you prefer you can limit the possible operations to only addition and subtraction.

  • Scoring

    Several factors affect the scoring of the game. Points are added to your score when the answer is correct. Points are deducted if you answer incorrectly. Elapse of time also results in an incremental reduction of points. Consecutive correct matches results in increases in point gains. Similarly consecutive unmatched selections results an increase in point losses. Furthermore, as you progress through the game point gains and losses increase (i.e. At higher levels you score (or lose) greater amount points compared to lower levels). Difficulty setting also has an impact on the scoring system. In general point scoring capacity is magnified as the level of difficulty increases.

  • Game Complete Stats

    The game is complete once you've attempted to answer the allotted number problems for the given game mode. Specifically, 20, 40 and 80 words for Quick, Standard and Long game mode respectively. The exception is hard difficulty setting where the game ends prematurely if your score is reduced to 0 points or lower. Upon completion you'd be provided with several piece of information on your performance in the game. In the initial screen, along with your final score you will be given a mark for your performance. 'Perfect' performance means every problem was answered correctly. In the subsequent window detailed statistic will be displayed. Problems are rated and categorised according to difficulty. Number of correct and incorrect answers for each category is presented here.

  • Difficulty

    Three difficulty options are available, easy, medium and hard. The former being the default. Point scoring structure varies with each setting. Gains and losses increase with higher difficulty.

    Easy: 500 points at the start of the game. Total score does not decrease below 0.

    Medium: 500 points at the start of the game. Total score can become negative.

    Hard: 500 points at the start of the game. The game ends if the score reaches 0 points.

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