Tap the numbered buttons so that the numbers SUM up to the GOAL.
5 play modes to choose from! Use Very Easy to teach your youngsters basic addition!
Very Easy: 4X4 Grid, 30 seconds to answer, Goal never larger than 10.
Easy: 4X4 Grid, 15 seconds to answer, Goal never larger than 18.
Normal: 5X5 Grid, 60 second round, 3 second reward per answer, Goal never larger than 36.
Hard: 5X5 Grid, 60 second round, 5 second reward per answer, Goal never larger than 99.
Blitz: 5X5 Grid, Start with 15 seconds to answer, start with Goal never larger than 18. Time to answer decreases and Goal limit
increases the longer you play.
Kids can enjoy while learning and get use to it.
The effects that can be expected through the game are as follows.
1. Become more familiar with addition.
2. Able to operate addition faster.
The Contest mode using Google+ Leaderboard has been added.
If you are bored in a simple game, please try to challenge the Contest mode.
You can see ranking of your and your friends now.
Please try to challenge the ranking with friends.
- Existing games will be able to continue the practice in the Practice mode .
Three modes are supported: Single mode, Local mode(coming soon) and Internet mode(planned). In single mode player is presented with 4 cards each time, and he tries to solve this set by himself. This is superior for practicing skills, and sharpen one's brain. In local mode two players play over the WiFi connection. Win the game by win all the cards. Internet mode is similar to local mode, except that players need first log into the server.
Compared to other 24 game in the market, you will find this one super convenient when playing. Come and try this out!
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There are two ways to shoot out ball. One is by flip gesture, put finger on the ball and flip to the direction your want. The second way is by tap.
Tips: Use wall to bounce ball, especially the wall at right side.
"Four in a Line" is a two-player game in which the players first choose a color and then take turns dropping their colored discs from the top into vertically-suspended grid. The pieces fall straight down, occupying the next available space within the column. The object of the game is to connect four of one's own discs of the same color next to each other vertically, horizontally, or diagonally before one's opponent can do so. There are two variations on the board size, the most commonly used being 7x6, the other being 9x7.
It has a strong AI engine when play offline, there are 7 difficulty levels in total. In online play mode ELO rating system is used to calculate the relative skill levels of players.
The score of Challenge mode is the sum of three parts: Normal, Tilted and Twisted. In Tilted and Twisted mode, you will need to compensate for the horizontal deviation of the lane, displayed on the screen. Good luck!
You may also practice any of the three modes individually. Only scores from Challenge mode are able to be submitted to the leaderboard.
The strength of AI is very strong, worth you to spend hours on it. There are lots of players online waiting for you at any time.
Checkers (also known as draughts) is a board game played on an eight by eight squared board with twelve pieces on each side. These pieces may only initially move and capture diagonally forwards. Only when a piece is "crowned" or "kinged" may it move both backwards or forwards.
Players take turns making moves, the blue one always making the first move. To win, you must capture all of your opponent's checkers or block them so that they cannot move.
Change the color of the square in the top-left corner to one of the adjacent colors, by tapping on one of the 6 colored squares at the bottom. Adjacent squares with the same color are flooded. Try to use as few turns as possible and finish as fast as possible!
There are dozens of players online waiting for you at any time.
The AI engine is very strong even for serious players. There are also thousands of endgames provided as training exercises that will help you improve skills, as well as give you hours of enjoyment trying to solve the puzzles.
You can also browse the saved games and many hundred thousands of online library.
The game begins with an empty board. Players take turns placing their pieces on empty spots. If a player is able to form a straight row of three pieces along one of the board's lines (i.e. not diagonally), he has a "mill" and may remove one of his opponent's pieces from the board; removed pieces may not be placed again. Players must remove any other pieces first before removing a piece from a formed mill. Once all eighteen pieces have been used, players take turns moving.
To move, a player slides one of his pieces along a board line to an empty adjacent spot. If he cannot do so, he has lost the game.
As in the placement stage, a player who aligns three of his pieces on a board line has a mill and may remove one of his opponent's pieces, avoiding the removal of pieces in mills if at all possible. Any player reduced to two pieces is unable to remove any more opposing pieces and thus loses the game.
Once a player is reduced to three pieces, his pieces may "fly" to any empty spots, not only adjacent ones.
The object of BlackJack is very simple: Try to get as close to 21 without going over (busting). If your hand is higher than the dealer's or the dealer busts, you win!
There are 7 levels in total. the flow speed become faster and faster, and there will be reservoir pipes, rocks, oneway pipes, preset pipes joined.
Tangram is a Chinese puzzle made by cutting a square of wood into five triangles, a square, and a rhomboid. The tangram pieces are named tans and can be arranged on a plane in a virtually infinite number of configurations.
In puzzle mode, the objective of game is to construct the specific pattern by using all seven pieces. Tap the pieces and move them around. Use the buttons below to rotate or mirror a piece. In preview mode, you may sit back and enjoy the wonderful patterns.
Numbers can be filled with 5 different colors and combined with strike or bold font, for convenience to make mark on assumption and deduction.
Smart number pad and duplicates check options for easy operation.
Sudoku is a logic based puzzle. The objective is to fill a 9x9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3x3 sub-grids that compose the grid contains all of the digits from 1 to 9.
The more bubbles blow up at one tap, the increasingly more points you gain (six ones at one tap is better tan two three-bubble taps). Besides, those bubbles that fell apart from the rest will explode too. It is well worth trying to arrange such avalanches, as they will give you ten times more points than ordinary bursts.
Another important rule to know is that the borders are like mirrors. If you shoot a bubble towards an exposed border, it will not stick to the border but will bounce right back like a stream of light against a mirror. This feature becomes really handful when the center of your board is filled up with and you need to shoot some bubbles on the sidebars.
If your tap fails to detonate any bubbles, you get a foul, and when there are several fouls, one or two new line of bubbles appears at the top. The number of misfires allowed before bubbles will advance again, is shown by the number of silver ball in the left bottom corner.
The game is over when you clean all the bubbles off and your score doubles, or bubbles move all the way down on you.
Tap on a square where you wish to start a path and then on a square in the direction of the desired move. The blue runner will always run straight, as far as possible, stopping only when blocked.