Math to Win is a series of fifteen games to be played against another player or the computer. The games offer a multitude of challenges for the user. The computer does not make mistakes so the only way to win is to outsmart your opponent. The user requires a strategy to defeat the flawless computer or a competitive classmate. The fifteen levels increase in difficulty from relatively simple to complex.
Each game consists of four levels of difficulty and the object is to find a winning strategy against your computer or classmate. This game is a challenge for students in both primary and secondary school. The student must find a way to out-maneuver and out-play his or her opponent. The student also has the advantage of electing to go first or to watch the opponent make the first move.
Teachers can keep track of the level, hints, and progress of each student. Worksheets are also provided to give in class exercises or tests.
- 15 levels of head scratching, brain-busting, problem solving games
- Teacher can control level of difficulty as well as hints for games
- Black-line masters with hints and suggestions
- Option to play against computer or human opponent
- Middle to upper primary and lower secondary
- Windows 95, 2000, XP and VISTA, Windows 7
- Mac: OS 8.5; OS 9.x; OS 10.x