Math Land: Math Games for kids

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About this game

Mental Math Games for kids: addition, subtraction, multiplication... With Math Land, children will learn math while enjoying a real adventure packed with action and educational arithmetic games.

Math Land is an educational video game for children and adults. With it they will learn and obtain reinforcement for the main mathematical operations—addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
It is not just a math app—it's a real educational adventure!


An evil pirate, Max, has stolen the sacred gems and has cursed the islands filling them with obstacles and traps. Help Ray, our pirate, find the gems and restore the natural order of things. Navigate your ship through the seas to get them, but remember: you will need a spyglass to discover new islands.
Solve fun math games to get them. The islanders need you!


Have fun with over 25 levels and negotiate all kinds of obstacles in order to get to the chest that holds the gem. It will be a real adventure—you'll have to deal with quicksand, bewitched parrots, volcanoes with lava, puzzle games, magic doors, funny carnivorous plants, etc. It will surprise you!


For children aged 5-6:
* Learning to add and subtract with very small numbers and amounts (1 to 10).
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower.
* Reinforcing mental arithmetic with already learned additions and subtractions.

For children aged 7-8:
* Learning to add and subtract with larger numbers and amounts (1 to 20).
* Getting started on learning multiplication tables (the learning will be done gradually in order to track the children's progress).
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower (1 to 50).

For children aged 9+ and adults:
* More complex additions and subtractions, teaching mental association of numbers with different arithmetic strategies .
* Reinforcing the learning of all multiplication tables.
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower and vice versa, including negative numbers.
* Mental division.


Our development studio, DIDACTOONS, has extensive experience in developing educational apps and games that combine learning and fun. Proof of this is the success of our other three apps and their—at the moment—over three million downloads worldwide:

* Dino Tim: An educational video game for learning shapes, numbers, and getting started on addition and subtraction.

* Monster Numbers: A real educational adventure that blends pure arcade fun and learning mathematics.

So don't miss it—download the educational game Math Land!


Educational video game: Math Land
Recommended age: children aged 5+ and adults
Updated on
Jun 28, 2022

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631 reviews
August 17, 2022
This game is to easy just follow the coins and collectibles to make it the end and make sure to unlock all the islands ok now byeeeee
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Anyel Petricoff
September 22, 2021
Definitely a fun Math game for kids. Every game has it's flaws and this one is no different. There are definitely glitches that happen but they make up for it in strides with no "Game Overs" (AWESOME decision on the creator's part). It keeps the fun and allows the person to focus more on the Math and the fun. Something to improve on: the way you get the character to move can be a royal pain, but like I said, no Game Overs so it doesn't cause so much frustration. Overall fun game my son loves.
29 people found this review helpful
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Helen Riesen
December 16, 2021
I am a 76 y/o woman. I enjoy doing Elementary math. I did okay doing algebra and geometry. I am trying to sharpen my brain cells. It is an interesting game. When a person is in alot of stress , math is the first thought process to go. And I thank you for the easy math problems!
27 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Now you can enjoy learning math with the new version of MathLand. We have adjusted the level better in addition and subtraction activities.

We have also improved many islands to make them more fun.