Fun with Numbers (1978)
|Fun with Numbers (1978)|
|Atari 2600 Paddle Controllers|
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Fun with Numbers is a game released for the Atari 2600. It was also released as Basic Math.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
A very simple math game for kids.
Each game of Basic Math gives the player a set of ten basic math problems (i.e. simple addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) to solve. The player is presented with two numbers and a function, and inputs the answer by cycling through numbers with the joystick. A timer option is available to ramp up the difficulty. The game has eight primary game settings - basically two settings for each mathematical function. Games 1 - 4 allow you to select one of the numbers you will be working with, while 5 - 8 give random questions.
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