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King of Math 2: Full Game

  • iPad, iPhone
  • Paid
  • age 12+

About King of Math 2: Full Game

Start out by selecting one of the six avatars, and level up your character by answering math problems as quickly and accurately as possible. 

Teacher Review

Each problem is presented on a separate page and includes up to four multiple choice answers, allowing you to easily focus on the task at hand. At the end of each round you’ll be scored and given a rating, which can be compared with players all over the world. The game includes 125 stages to enjoy.

Anyone in need of improving and refreshing their math skills will enjoy this game. It makes learning actually fun. The game includes geometry, fractions, equations, and other more advanced math concepts, so young children will struggle with some of the problems.

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App Details

Devices

iPad, iPhone

Category

Skills

Academic Relevance
Thinking & Reasoning

Safeguarding

In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - No

Publisher

Oddrobo Software AB

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Publisher's Description

Here comes the sequel to the popular math game King of Math! You start on the countryside and set off on a journey packed with challenging math questions, puzzles and problems. Unlock new worlds and character levels along the road and get all the way to the throne to become king or queen!

King of Math 2 is a game for the whole family and is suitable from about age 10 and up. Improve or refresh your math skills, practice mental arithmetic and solve problems in an engaging way. Play against the clock, improve your scores and compare the results with your friends and players from around the world. If you’d like a more relaxing gaming experience, you can turn off the time limit and play at your own pace. There are also examples, help and solutions for all the problems in the game.

The game includes five worlds with 125 unique stages. Each world introduces problems in a new category such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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