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Matheroids


Matheroids
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Description

So What is it?
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MATHeroids (math-ter-oids) is an innovative and amazingly fun way for kids to learn basic math as they play their way through a classic space arcade game. Move your space ship and blast those numbered asteroids counting from 1 to 10 and higher!

Who Made it?
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MATHeroids was created by parents and educators at Zidware for their kids and yours. Children come to life as they blast their way through basic counting sequences and number recognition all in outer space.

From the creators of ABC Invaders (coming soon), Photo Van Go, Pinball Wizard!, My Alphabet (coming soon), Zidware does it again with this ultra cool retro mobile learning game for kids!

Matheroids is an amazingly addictive space blaster game that lets kids battle the expanding “matheroids”, gain skill in math functions as they compete against other “math-tronauts” around the word.

Created by parents to be a fun math learning game with a retro arcade feel.

Fun Features?
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MATHeroids comes packed with fantastic graphics, easy to read asteroids and play-a-long voice commands to guide kids. Familiar video game buttons complete the interface controls. Players can move, rotate and fire a laser cannon!

About Nanoschool Kids
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MATHeroids was developed as part of the Nanoschool Project. An interactive based learning environment of digital media created by John Popadiuk.

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