Alien Math Invasion is Entertaining Education!
Aliens have attacked and only you can save the world. You must attack the aliens with your spaceship, but before you can destroy the enemy you need to disable their shields. Using your speedy math skills you will have 20 seconds to break the code to successfully knock out their shields. Once you have successfully broken the code, power up your spaceship and ATTACK!
Be warned the aliens will quickly change the code and each new code will be harder to crack.
There are 80 codes to break along with 80 missions to complete. That includes over 1100 math problems!
Your goal should be to see how far you can go each time you play. In this version you will also find a restore mission button. This allows you to leave the game and come back and start where you left off. If you complete all 80 mission and desire to practice more math, simple press the addition or subtraction button rather then the restore mission button to reset the game and start again with mission 1.
The world is counting on you! So take the challenge and defeat the alien invaders... And may the MATH be with you!
Message to Parents - This truly is an Educational game! It was inspired by my 8 year old daughter who struggled in school doing something called rocket math. It's an exercise where students only have a minute to try and complete 40 math problems. This leaves little time for counting fingers as my daughter likes to do. Practicing for her rocket math test became a dreaded exercise in our home. Having worked alongside students with ADHD and having ADHD myself, I looked to find a way to make this practice more fun. The result of my efforts is my first game, Alien Math Invasion.
The concept behind the game play is one that works very well with students who have short attention span and crave a little more action and entertainment. Players will complete 13 math problems, 8 of which are timed, and then they are rewarded with a fun space mission. Since this game is more about repetition and memorizing, there are no levels. That means each time a player starts at the beginning when the game is opened, therefore creating incentive to keep moving forward to experience the more challenging later space missions. My encouragement to you as a parent is to continue the reward concept beyond the game... For example when your child gets through the first 20 missions reward them with an extra 15 minutes of Minecraft. Or when they complete 40 missions you reward them by taking them out for an ice cream cone.
Since this is my 1st game there might be some bugs... However I tried my best to squish them all. I did tons of beta testings and trust me my math skills are at an all time high! Thanks so much, I truly hope you an your child enjoy the game.
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Alien Math Invasion is a free software application from the Action subcategory, part of the Games & Entertainment category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2015-06-04. The program can be installed on iOS.
Alien Math Invasion (version 1.5) has a file size of 38.69 MB and is available for download from our website.
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