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Jan 2, 2009 | 7:27 PM EST

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From those who want to learn how to do algebra or for people that just want to use their brain and get better at math, here's a game to do that . Some of the code was from Angela Mabray though(http://www.smartgo at.com) because I'm still learning AS. The code was modifed and the graphics are mine so isn't the excact same thing. If there is anything you want this game to have let me know because I might make a second algebra game (with all my own code.)
Edit: Thanks to everyone who wrote a comment down. I'am going to fix my tpyos make some working space and make more better questions, etc. I know this game didn't do so well but I'am trying to fix this up.

Reviews


punisher2246punisher2246

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 3, 2009

not bad needs inprovment

its not a bad game if you like too do some math every now and again its realy fun and i got my mom too play it only she failed everytime yea there are some bad parts too mispelled words and some of tutorial is out of the screen but still fun too play


TheFrozenBunny responds:

Thanks, glad that you liked it.


PyrithiumPyrithium

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 3, 2009

wait wait wait....

do u honestly think people come to a FLASH ANIMATION SITE to learn algebra?


TheFrozenBunny responds:

At least you don't have to study for an algebra test after going to newgrounds....


axolotl1axolotl1

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars January 2, 2009

I'm really glad you tried, but.....

I'm very glad that you tried. It's a great idea to do this. However, this was a really bad, terrible, awful, no-good tutorial. You try to jam too much into each screen, you don't explain things well at all, your grammar makes things even more difficult to understand, and the formatting is weird, so that explanations are located in weird places, and things that ought to be on one screen are on two instead. As well, please try using a color scheme for games like this. A riot of primary colors is hard on the eyes and really, with tutorials, visual appeal is about 1/3 of the value.
Thank you so much for trying this, and I hope that you or someone else improves on this great idea, but I think it needs a lot of retooling to be useful.



bamheadshot69bamheadshot69

Rated 2 / 5 stars January 2, 2009

Typos!!

Good for extra practice, but typos need to be fixed. I saw a couple of them in the How-To section, as well as in the answer of the first question.


TheFrozenBunny responds:

Got to admit that my spelling isn't really good, but I'm hunting down the typos.


Hamster-PhoenixHamster-Phoenix

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 2, 2009

Interesting concept

It's an interesting concept and for the most part I think you carried it out alright. The one drawback, and it's quite big, is that people from all over the world come to newgrounds - using such country-specific values in the questions like dimes, pennies, and quarters, is confusing for those who do not know your currency.

More objectionable questions would have made this game much better, but it's a good effort.