Operation Math

Operation Math

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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★★★ 2012 Parents' Choice Award winner - Parents' Choice Foundation

Dr. Odd is on a global quest to eliminate the world’s even numbers. And it’s your job to stop him, by seeking out his secret bases, destroying his menacing mainframes and making the world a safer place for math. Complete each mission by solving the equations that lock the doors along your escape route in 60 seconds or less and earn all the uniforms and watches of a seasoned Base10 spy.

Designed for children ages 5 to 12, Operation Math teaches basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division through interactive game play that turns boring tables into a global adventure. The faster they work the further they’ll go in a game designed to take your novice mathematician from the pyramids of Egypt to a seat at the head of the class.

"Operation Math blew us away with its ingenius concept, superb attention to detail and ability to make math drills a genuinely entertaining experience. There are 105 missions to complete and we’re willing to bet that your kids are going to get through all of them."
- Smatoos

"We already anticipate Operation Math becoming a mainstay in the world of great math apps!" - www.teacherswithapps.com

"A must have game that contains engaging graphics, sounds and music. Children can practice their math skills and have fun at the same time, which makes Operation Math invaluable." - www.apptudes.com

Awards and Highlights:
• Apple Featured Banner in Education (iOS version)
• Apple Education New and Noteworthy (iOS version)
• Apple Featured in "Math Games" (iOS version)
• Apple What's Hot (iOS version)

• 105 Missions based on three different skill levels.
• All binomial addition/subtraction equations for numbers 1-20
• All binomial multiplication/division equations for numbers 1-12
• Ability to select missions based on skill level and operatives (+, -, +/-, x, ÷, x/÷ and +/-/x/÷)
• Training that tracks consecutive answers and preps players for active missions
• 30 un-lockable watches and uniforms that encourage game play
• Quick reference addition and multiplication tables
• 15 exotic geographic locations
• Animated mission-tracking map
• Professional narration and soundtrack
• Create 3 custom player profiles on the same device

See it in action:

"To quote my kids, “It rocks!” ... This is much more than your average math facts and flashcard app. This is, well, Operation Math." - www.theiphonemom.com

Recently changed in this version

- Application now works in both horizontal orientations
- Other Minor bug fixes

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Comments and ratings for Operation Math
  • (67 stars)

    by Iori Evans on 22/03/2014

    Operation maths

  • (67 stars)

    by John Cirincione on 17/02/2014

  • (67 stars)

    by Chantelle Beyers on 06/01/2014

    The lower levels are just the right amount of challenging for my maths-obsessed five year old, the upper levels are challenging enough to keep my husband entertained! I can see this being used for a long time in my house.

  • (67 stars)

    by Rob Matthews on 02/01/2014

    Great app - cool, fun, educational (maths but geography too). My 6yo son actually *wants* to play it. And there's the first flaw. He wants to play it... but my daughter doesn't! You need a girl spy as an option too. The second flaw is the timer. He prefers to play in the training room where there's no time limit because the 60-second timer is 1) too hard after level one or two - he just can't do

  • (67 stars)

    by Rob Barnett on 25/11/2013

    It's a great app but it keeps crashing and then makes my Nexus 7 unusable until I reboot it.

  • (67 stars)

    by Owen Williams on 12/10/2013

    Maths games are often a bit dull, this isn't. Loads better than the ones that are super popular. How come this hasnt sold more. The only negative is that my kids find the countdown and music a bit scary, and start to panic whenever there is only 10s left. Not sure why none of the maths games realise that times table is introduced in stages. My 6 year old knows his 2, 3, 5, 10 tables but hasn

  • (67 stars)

    by Kevin Guise on 24/09/2013

    The game does not have a girl spy, so my daughter is not interested in playing the game. This is a major oversight that re-inforces the stereotype that girls are not encouraged to do math. Hopefully the company will join the 20th century and fix this inequality. My son likes the game and I glad I bought it otherwise.