Mathteroids is a cerebral update to the old classic Asteroids by TinyMania and turns this game into a brain training math puzzle game.
Object is to destroy asteroids by solving simple mathematical operations. Sounds easy but is not as there are more and more asteroids if you do not solve all equations in time. Next to that you need to avoid asteroids hitting the space ship by moving it around the game grid with your mouse. Happy Puzzling!
At Delightful Puzzles you can find over 50 math related puzzles that would appeal to computer scientists and mathematicians.
The puzzles come in three categories, easy (# of puzzles 26), moderate (13) and difficult (20). At the end of each puzzle you can also find the solution. Happy Puzzling!
Instructions: Use the numbers in bottom panel, with the basic operations, to come up with the goal number. There are two modes of play available. Happy Puzzling!
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Will Shortz Presents KenKen to Exercise Your Brain: 100 Challenging Logic Puzzles That Make You Smarter is a paperback KenKen puzzle book by Will Shortz.
KenKen is known around the world as a fun and wildly addictive game but did you know that it was originally created as a teaching tool to hone math, logic, and reasoning skills? So grab a pencil and and enjoy this fun way to strengthen your mind.
- Refresh and renew the ‘little grey cells’ with 100 easy to hard KenKen puzzles- Edited by legendary New York Times puzzlemaster Will Shortz- Big grids with lots [Read More...]
Numerical Jigsaw is a small but very interesting math puzzle on paper by Erich Friedman.
Arrange the six vertical strips within the rectangle as shown in the image of the Numerical Jigsaw math puzzle so that each row contains a true equation. Due to the font and digit’s used each strip can be rotated 180 degree.
Numerical Jigsaw math puzzle looks a bit like a paper version of puzzle game Digi Disc. Happy Puzzling!
Add Em Up is an addictive puzzle game to train your math puzzle skills.
Object is to add the numbers up before you run out of moves. Place the tile on the top of the queue from the right side on the game board so all surrounding tiles add up to that value. If the tiles add up they will be removed. When the sum of the tiles is greater than nine only the last digit counts. The goal is to clear the game board. Happy Puzzling!
Life’s busy but there’s alway time for a KenKen puzzle. This portable paperback collection by Will Shortz* contains 100 easy to hard puzzles that range in size from 3×3 warm up grids to challenging 9×9 size puzzles that really make you break a mental sweat.
Features: - 100 all-new easy to hard KenKen puzzles - Big grids for easy solving - Introduction and instructions at PuzzleMaster Will Shortz.