NumberMaze (Macintosh)

NumberMaze Macintosh Title screen


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NumberMaze is an educational game where players get to practice their math skills. The game consists of a number of mazes that the player has to navigate his way through to get to a castle. Viewed from a top down perspective the player moves his character by clicking with the mouse. The mazes have many doorways that the player has to go through. To pass through these the player has to solve math problems. There are also doors that are locked and for these the player first have to locate a key to open. Scattered through the mazes are also books which the player has to collect before he gets access to the castle.

The game's problems are divided into 45 levels. As the player makes his way through the game he automatically progresses through the levels. It starts with simple counting problems and simple additions and subtractions but gets continuously harder with problems involving multiplication and division. Many of the problems are worded and involve more than just numbers. The player can at any time increase or decrease the level if he finds it too easy or hard. When a level is completed the player gets a certificate that can be printed. Some options exist when the player gets stuck. He can ask for a hint, to see the solution or to get a new problem.


NumberMaze Macintosh A worded problem
NumberMaze Macintosh The level can be increased or decreased
NumberMaze Macintosh Reaching the castle
NumberMaze Macintosh More stuff gets added to the castle each time we reach it

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Kabushi (141329) added NumberMaze (Macintosh) on Apr 08, 2012