An effective way to memorize basic multiplication facts that won't make the kids groan and whine. Argus, aged Greek teacher of fundamental mathematics urges kids to help him gather apples in great abundance by correctly answering multiplication facts. Kids practice math facts 1 through 12 while Argus watches and offers hints and encouragement. Settings can be adjusted to make lessons longer or shorter, choose only certain numbers to work on, and change difficulty level by increasing or decreasing the answer timer. At the end of a lesson, students are rewarded by choosing a scene to watch. Each features fantastic artwork and funny sounds to keep kids engaged. The game remembers how many facts the student answered correctly in a row, creating an incentive to do better next time. Version 1.0.2 improves fact randomization to guarantee every fact is shown, streamlines interface, and the ability to skip splash screens.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||6.12 MB|
|System Requirements||Windows 98/Me/XP, DirectX 8.0 drivers|