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MathWar

MathWar is a flashcard math game in which the child plays against the computer to solve simple addition, subtraction, and multiplication problems before the computer player answers. MathWar is aimed at kids who are just learning their math facts, and can easily be tailored to fit different skill levels.

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  •  25 Nov 2002 00:43

    Release Notes: A Danish translation file has been added.

    •  19 Nov 2002 18:32

      Release Notes: A French translation file has been added. Autoconf/automake templates have been cleaned up. Unused XPMs have been removed, and the remaining XMPs have been converted to PNGs to save space.

      •  01 Jun 2002 05:25

        Release Notes: Limited the characters that can be input to only valid characters, fixed holes in the pause logic, allow users to configure the look and feel of the game more, and added tooltips to the properties dialog.

        •  05 Apr 2002 03:17

          Release Notes: A new message area in the game board (messages to the player are drawn there and displayed for a fixed period of time), new Yes/No buttons for times when the player is expected to respond to the messages, a new Pause button, and a "Game Over" screen rather than just letting the game stop with no indication as to why.

          •  18 Feb 2002 05:23

            Release Notes: This release completely changes the look of the game board.

            Recent comments

            01 Jun 2002 08:42 stuffle

            Re: cruel game

            > Don't you think the concept of this game
            > is a little
            > bit cruel? You have to beat the
            > computer at simple
            > addition, subtraction, and
            > multiplication operations?

            Would you prefer calculus problems instead?

            >
            > "SORRY, HUMAN, YOU TOOK MORE THAN
            > 0.03 NANOSECONDS TO ANSWER. YOU
            > LOSE!"

            Hey, you have to keep the kids on their toes somehow... :)

            01 Jun 2002 02:05 overfiend

            cruel game
            Don't you think the concept of this game is a little
            bit cruel? You have to beat the computer at simple
            addition, subtraction, and multiplication operations?

            "SORRY, HUMAN, YOU TOOK MORE THAN 0.03 NANOSECONDS TO ANSWER. YOU
            LOSE!"

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