3o - be a Jedi in mind math

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About this game

Always wanted to be a super hero?
Have that super skill that everybody admires?
Like a Jedi? Of course, you do.
Who am I kidding?
This game can make you a super hero in MIND MATH.
Sounds nerdy, but it is super fun. And super complicated. At the beginning.
The rules are dead simple: you have to find 3 numbers that give you a given number.
As fast as possible. (Yes, look up in the tutorial the details. It is still that simple).
So. As fast as possible. ASAP (Like it is always in life).
And this is where it gets tricky.
You will probably suck at first.
But the good news is - you can get better. Much better.
The average time you need for an answer is the ultimate measure of your skill.
Your goal must be to get to 6 seconds on average.
You'll start somewhere around 100 seconds. Feels terrible.
But you can do it.
I can do it and my sisters can do it.
So you can do it too.
Just train. Like a Jedi. Do not let failure disturb you.
Tell your friends - let them suffer too.
Watch the daily world scores on the score board.
And when you get to 6 seconds you will feel the force.
Believe me. It is worth it.
Sincerely yours.
P.S. Forgot to tell you: my sisters and I can actually do the 4 seconds.
But focus on getting to 6 secs first. 4 secs is another feeling.

Improve your mind math and compete with players from all over the world!
If you love logic math games this game is for you! This is an impressive IQ improving game that uses the brain arcade principle for math arithmetic games.

You need to find a combination that gives the highlighted number in the circle. Swipe 3 numbers in any directions to give an answer. The combination means that you can multiply two of the numbers and add or subtract the third number. The order of the numbers on the board doesn't matter.

This 3o game has following features and advantages:
- Tutorial on/off
- Game Stats
- World Top
- My Games Today
- Help button
- Restart
- Profile with custom avatars
- Sound and Music on/off
- Animated achievements

Do you love brain quizzes or games that improve your brain? Then this game helps to boost your IQ and lift up your math skills. Such exercises are being used in schools for gifted children. Finding the right combination at the mental arithmetic game will raise your abilities in many amazing math and algebra games. Use daily this math brain booster to feel top-notch.
Updated on
Jul 18, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

103 reviews
April 30, 2020
Ack! Lots of potential, but animations all but gave me seizures. Far too much motion on a small screen! Also, the option to turn off timer, or make it smaller would help too, as the flickering just added to chaos/frenzy (I dislike timing myself when I'm relaxing anyway). The layout didn't work well on my phone, as settings bled off screen & I couldn't tell if there were more below b/c I couldn't scroll. I wonder about colorblind folks too. I'd try another version, though!
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Daniel Wilmot
May 23, 2020
The concept is good, a countdown-esque mental maths puzzle with a more confined number choice, yet with a flaw; the maths seems bad. You are given a set number to create by a link of 3 numbers adjacent in a straight line only (horizontally, vertically and diagonally). On the tutorial, it gives you an example of how to do this. Say your number is 38, you can swipe: 6,6,2 as 6x6+2 is 38. However, I have noticed this method of thinking does not always work, and division seems not to be allowed.
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Terra Infinity UG
May 23, 2020
Hi Daniel, division is not allowed, this is correct. There is always a solution on the board. The order of the numbers doesn't matter - you can multiply the first and the third number and then add/subtract the second number and so on. We would appreciate if you would try again and may be reconsider the review score. Thank you! :) Best, 3o Team
David Salazar