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Apr 29, 2009 | 8:17 PM EDT

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Ok a game. What to say. This is my first game originaly made for my Web Design project I had during a Unit on Flash. The topic was to make a maltiplication game for kids.

My game has both Maltiplication and Division with a easy and hard mode for Maltiplication. If there are any problems please let me know.

Fixed Stuff:
Music Loop
Cut off numbers (Hopefuly)
100%
Some other stuff that hopefuly never got noticed

Reviews


ZarrfZarrf

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 3, 2010

Oh math games...

Oh math...this is obviously not the most fun game, but I think you know that. There isn't really much to say, but good job, it runs very smoothing and easy to function.



SunChildePieSunChildePie

Rated 2 / 5 stars April 29, 2009

Good first try

But some stuff cut off, got asked 12 / 11 and the answer it wanted was 11, so obviously it meant 121 / 11. Good first try though :)



NeocrisisIINeocrisisII

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2009

not bad, but ...

Its a really simple game and i enjoyed it.

You should add the possibility to press enter to verify your answers. Its a little annoying typing the answer then clicking on "next".

When you start a new game, the music play over the last channel.


DeadEndWorldStudios responds:

Would you have any idea how to do that, if so please send me a message. Oh and I fixed the music loop.


DOOMstoneDOOMstone

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2009

wow

I can't believe I played that game as long as I did..

that wasnt fun,
maths never fun
ever


DeadEndWorldStudios responds:

Haha yeah....


Scyther123Scyther123

Rated 3 / 5 stars April 29, 2009

There's a problem with the scoring system.

When I did get a perfect score (Division on Normal, again), the percentage I got correct was 93.75%. My best guess is that the system's dividing the number of problems that you got correct by 16, not 15.

The game itself isn't half bad, though. (Then again, I am big on math...)

One thing that I would suggest doing is adding more modes, if you can think of any. Like having to do fraction to decimal conversions (rounding the answer to the nearest thousandth) might be cool.


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