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iPad: Maths Tris Special

11-22-2012, 11:05 PM
Joined: Dec 2011
Posts: 80
Maths Tris Special

Maths Tris SP is a special edition of Maths Tris. The main purpose of this app is to thank everyone support on our highly rated app "Maths Tris", and also bring out the message that the current number system is really good. If you are interested, you can try comparing the score you got in this app with that of "Maths Tris".

Basically, the playing method of this app is the same as that of Maths Tris. However, we change the Arabic number system that is commonly used worldwide to some of your well-known languages. For example, in English, 1 to one, 2 to two, and so on. In the initial release, we provide five different languages for you to choose from. They are Chinese, English, French, Japanese, and Spanish.

If the language you are familiar with is not in the list, and you would like us to add it to the game in the next update, please kindly send us the correct representation of the language for digit 1 to 9.

The game is very simple to play:
1. Number blocks of 1 to 9 (in language) are falling down on the screen.
2. The player needs to stack number blocks on the columns.
3. To clear a column, make the sum of the numbers on the column equal to multiple of 10.

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11-23-2012, 05:18 AM
Joined: Sep 2012
Posts: 100
I dont like maths :/
12-04-2012, 05:36 AM
Joined: Dec 2011
Posts: 80
this app also tests whether you are distracted by the language easily and how fast you can do the translation if so. Simply put, we can easily use 1 2 3 ... 9 to do calculation and read out the corresponding pronunciation (probably without translation). However, we may need to think for a while (do translation back to arabic) if we use one, two ... nine directly to do calculation. Therefore, we hope that the user can compare the result of this app with the previous one. Hope that all of you enjoy.