Cyberchase Math Match

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Jenny Bristol, Common Sense Media
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Concentration game tests multiplication, memory, and more.

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Ease of Play

There are no instructions to the game, but gameplay is so intuitive that
they aren't necessary. There are no obvious levels or advancement in
the game, but difficulty increases slightly as you keep playing more rounds.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Cyberchase Math Match is an educational
game that gives kids a chance to practice and learn basic arithmetic while testing their memory. Kids flip over cards to find a
match of either characters from the television show Cyberchase, or math problems and answers. As matches are made, an image of a Cyberchase
character is exposed underneath. The game has a very simple premise and
doesn't stray beyond that. After each round, the game displays your
time, your score, the high score, and the fastest time.

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Is it any good?

CYBERCHASE MATH MATCH is a simple concentration-type game that will test memory and math
skills at the same time. There is only one activity in the game, though,
and even though the difficulty increases slightly as you play, kids old
enough to be practicing multiplication and division skills may soon
tire of it. The game remains faithful to the Cyberchase show, and teaches solid math facts in a fun way.

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