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Math Gran Prix (Atari 2600)

Math Gran Prix Atari 2600 Starting screen


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Get ready for a math race. Your fuel, correctly answer math questions. Your car, a carefully tuned racing car that can move 2 to 3 spaces depending on how hard the math problem is. The track contains many triggers that can give extra spaces, extra turns, and even keep your car on the track. There are areas in the track where a car coming from behind can knock you off, to get back answer a math problem correctly. In the end, the one with the most math skills and greatest planning effort will win the checkered flag.

Difficulty switches
Left switch for player one, right switch for player two.
Set to A for time limit (one minute for addition and subtraction, two minutes for multiplication and division).
Set to B for no time limit.

Game variations
Games one, four and seven are easy
Games two, five and eight are medium
Games three, six and nine are hard

Games one, two and three contain only addition and subtraction problems
Games four, five and six contain only multiplication and division problems
Games seven, eight and nine contain all four math problem types.


Math Gran Prix Atari 2600 Starting screen
Math Gran Prix Atari 2600 Do I want to move 2 or 3 spaces?
Math Gran Prix Atari 2600 My first math problem
Math Gran Prix Atari 2600 A problem with a 2 digit answer

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Alternate Titles

  • "Gran-Prix da Matemática" -- Brazilian Title

User Reviews

A dull and boring game that combines education and racing Katakis | カタキス (40066) 1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars

Critic Reviews

Tilt Jan, 1983 4 out of 6 67
Game Freaks 365 2006 5.5 out of 10 55
Woodgrain Wonderland Jun 12, 2017 D- 16


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ZenicReverie (1976) added Math Gran Prix (Atari 2600) on Jul 14, 2006