Great app, but I don't want to be writing this right now. Love everything about the game. But I hate writing reviews. So since it is making me do this, so I am giving it 3 stars.
Good but... Love the game, it makes learning algebra super easy and fun for kids. I'm not giving 5 stars though because after each world I beat a pop up asks if I want to leave feedback and no matter how I answer the pop up doesn't go away and blocks me from being able to see the game as I play unless I exit completely and then go back in.
The objective is to isolate the box. I isolate the box and then it says "yuck" about an aspect of how I isolated the box. But it doesn't explain why it's "yuck"? I isolated the box as it said so why do I get a yuck? Should the objective be changed to isolate the box in the best way or something? What's the best way ? The game doesn't explain that. Lost with maths again.
Great app Fantastic app but they lost a point for being overly insistent that I rate the app. Jeeze, lemme just use what I paid for a little while then bug me.
I have worked as an adult educator and with year 9 to 12 maths students. This is an exceptional app for teaching and learning transposition. The free version can be used as the best homework ever. Graphical and clever, it makes the learning fun. A puzzle with carefully introduced tools. More importantly it teaches algebra how students learn algebra, building on their basic understanding of shapes and objects, and how they relate to formulas student's intuitively use (rather than the annoying context teaching). Pros: Beautiful Progressive with simple steps Free Cons: Can't see any
The game is broken. It prompts you for feedback after each level, even if you already answered. And then the feedback prompt leaves behind artifacts in the game. This is a paid app, and not cheap one. It shouldn't have annoying popups.
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