This is a game about Mixed Operations. In this game we have Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication. At the start of the game we have a mouse on the upper part of the display and a cat on the lower part of the display in between we see a room with many squares. We are the mouse and we move horizontally and vertically with 3 types of movement (1 square, 3 squares, 6 squares) at the start of the game, mouse ask for direction (up, down , left, right) we choose a direction and after mouse asks how many squares we choose it move, according to our choice we have to answer one easy question (choice 1, 1 square), one moderate question (choice 2, 3 squares) and a hard question ( choice 3, 6 squares). The easy question is an addition or subtraction with random numbers from 1 to 100. The moderate question is an addition or subtraction plus a multiplication with random numbers from 1 to 500. The hard question is an addition or subtraction plus a multiplication with random numbers from 1 to 1000. The goal of the game is the mouse achieve to escape from the room (find a path to the door) without cat catch it. The cat is in perpetual movement in the room. The student must choose a strategy to reach the door. This is a helpfoul teaching resource for Teachers, Parents and Students.