# Game

Math (X) - Game (X)

## Gopher It!

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Who wants to win the Gopher Trophy prize? The player who does must be risky yet wise. Collect the Gopher snacks in ones, twos, and threes... and stop gathering food whenever you please. Get exactly six and not any more, to be the player with the highest score!

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Froggy Boogie

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It's naptime at the pond, but the baby frogs still want to play. Baby frogs try to be the first to hop around the pond without being seen by the adult frogs. Players guess or remember which adult frog popping eyes will freeze the baby frogs in their race.

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Number Chase

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To chase down the number is your task. After each guess, you'll get to ask, "Is it even?" "Is is odd?"

Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Monza

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A car racing game which encourages tactical thinking for two to six clever players. Six racing cars are standing on the starting grid, prepared for the big race. But only the players who get the right colors with the dice and make clever combinations will be able to move rapidly ahead.

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Go 0 to 100!

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BRRRMMMM, the motors are revving. The red light jumps to green and the vehicles set off at full throttle. Watch out! Oil slicks on the circuit means the cars risk skidding. Which lucky player will be the best at bluffing and using good tactics to finish the round first?

Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Tumblin' Dice

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Put your skills and nerves to the test with Tumblin-Dice.
One after the other you will propel your dice on the scoring track with a flick of your fingers as far as you can, while ejecting the competition if possible.

Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

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Come on, let's go to school!

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
10 min.

## Pirate Artithmetics

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In search of the mysterious treasure of the famous Pirate Arithmeticus, the arithmetic pirates have landed on the treasure island.

Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
10 min.

## 7 Ate 9

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It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Players add, or subtract, 1, 2, or 3 to the number on the top card on the pile to determine if they have a card that can be played next. Sounds simple, but with everyone playing simultaneously, the options are constantly changing. The first player out of cards wins!

Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Turbo Team

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Whoever shows some bravery when rolling the dice will bring his team first past the target line and win the magnificent Turbo team trophy. But watch out! From time to time a "doo-doo" blocks the way and an emergency stop is necessary because whoever steps in it loses precious time!

Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
10 min.

## Poseidon

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Poseidon is a game about prestige, fortune and exploration.

High
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
120 min.

## Incan Gold

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Players venture forth, as a group, into an abandoned temple looking for treasure. As they progress, they may encounter countless riches or unseen dangers.

Elementary
Middle
High
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
20 min.

## Marrakesh

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Four traders and their caravans are on the way to the market of Marrakesh. The journey is arduous and full of danger as sandstorms and drifting dunes hinder them from advancing rapidly.
But everyone knows - the market of Marrakesh is good for trading...

Primary
Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
20 min.

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24/7 is a fast playing strategy game. Players lay one tile at a time on a 7x7 grid and score points for adjacent tiles in rows that create runs, sets and sums of 24 or 7. With its easy to learn rules, quick play and subtle depth of strategy, you'll be totally immersed within minutes.

Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
20 min.

## Backseat Drawing

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The Hysterical Game of Sketchy Directions! Two teams race to identify drawings done by their own team members. But the artists don’t know what they are drawing—they can only follow the instructions given by another team member.