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Simple but fun addition game!

'Dag+Dag' comes from the word 'dagdag' which is Filipino for 'addition'.

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Game was fun, but did you mean Tagalog??(sorry all you white people) Hope you keep coming out with more stuff! Mathy games are great.

Michael-Flaherty responds:

I'm deferring to Google which says it's the Filipino word for addition. I can't attest to the accuracy of that. Thanks for the review!

Fun little game.
The only big problem is that the AI never wins by itself so you can always just wait to win xD
(I only played on easy wops xD)

Michael-Flaherty responds:

Yeah the easy AI is very dumb (it just moves a random direction every turn, it should probably be a tiny bit smarter.) Thanks for the review!

Simple but fun is correct! No offense but this game is perfect. Really, it does what it needs to do, it's not too challenging, it's lighthearted and easy to understand, I adore it! I agree with comments about this being a great educational tool, too. I love the old-fashioned "two players one keyboard" multiplayer mode. Really loads of fun! :D

Michael-Flaherty responds:

No offense taken! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the review!

I'm getting a black screen, disappointing since other ppl said they played it.
Chrome Version 71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) (64-bit)

**update**
With some help from the game developer, I was able to get the game to work. I'm so glad we did, because this game is so fun to play. I love math games, especially when they are done right, and this one just blows them all out of the water. I've noticed that the goal numbers don't change much, and only vary between 32-39. To make this more fun and add a level of difficulty, maybe add small math problems instead of whole numbers? And a leader board, everyone loves those :3

Michael-Flaherty responds:

Thanks for the notice, I'll try and see if I can figure out what went wrong

response to update:
Yeah the target range was chosen so the game wouldn't be too long or too short, but that number range does seem kind of arbitrary. Math problems would be fun, but I don't know how I'd fit them into those grid spaces, I was thinking instead there could be special squares like (*9) or (-7), not crazy complicated but it would spice things up. Thanks for the review and thanks for helping me out!

this would be a good educational (math) game if worked out further.
It could work pretty well in a classroom environment if you made the end number in to equations.

Michael-Flaherty responds:

Thanks for the review! I agree it would have to be expanded a bit if this were to be an educational game. The problem is that if the target number is too high the early game is quite dull, but that could be fixed with higher numbers on the grid, but I enjoy how simple it is currently, so I'm not sure exactly where this will go.

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Jan 13, 2019
4:40 PM EST
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Strategy - Other
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