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Jun 9, 2012 | 3:12 AM EDT

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Sparkling maths ! 5 Points Complete a regular game with a gold medal.
Training complete ! 5 Points Get a platinum medal on the 3 first training modes.
Fast and accurate ! 10 Points Complete a regular game with a platinum medal.
Omagad ! 25 Points Complete a regular game with the Omega medal.
Infinite training ! Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!
Infinite skill ! Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!

Author Comments

Hexamath is a math quiz game.

Try to score as much as possible, improve your math skills in the various training modes or challenge your friends in the 2-player mode !

Leaderboards, catchy music, pleasant graphics, original gameplay, performance graphs (see how your math skills evolve), perfect for quick sessions (the typical game lasts for 45 seconds).

Become a real math genius while having fun !

If you enjoyed playing the demo, the full version can be bought here :
http://zoglu.net/hexamath /index.php?page=get

Reviews


GreatGameDevGreatGameDev

Rated 5 / 5 stars

super game! it's realy cost 4.99$


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Zoglu responds:

Actually it's $0.99 :)


metroid76metroid76

Rated 4 / 5 stars

rly nice game!!! i enjoy it so much!!!! but get omega Medals it's fucking hard dude :s...


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FalseLuckFalseLuck

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not giving medals :(



rann809rann809

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice game!


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IamTheNewbIamTheNewb

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice game for keeping your mind up and running at any age. I looks like the full game adds a bunch of training for different types of math as well and that very nice. I was wondering if there was a selection menu in the pvp. It would be a great and fun for kids that are just learning math or older kids that know a bit of everything so you could have only adding and subtracting in a pvp or just multiplication because that is what the kids are currently learning.

4/5 Great learning game for any age. Would be nice to have a selection outside of training where you could click on what you want to do in both single player and pvp. (sorry if that is in the full version I looked on the site but did not see that option without buying it yet)


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Zoglu responds:

Hi, thanks for your review !

The 2-player mode allows you to adjust the game difficulty and duration (from ~20s to ~90s). You can set up a small or strong handicap so even math-learning kids can have a chance against adults. And you can choose whether you want to play with all operations, or just additions or multiplications.
On the website there is also a video which shows what the 2-player mode looks like.