The world is in dire need of your child’s help to turn zombies back into people by solving a variety of mathematical problems.
Math -Math vs Zombies is primarily a math game and thus, it includes what I like to call “the 4 main aspects of math” – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, along with comparison, counting and more. Some stages contain several levels separated into 3 difficulty levels with a boss level for each difficulty, while others only offer 9 levels.
Counting -For games like Count Yard and Greater or Lesser, your child will need to be able to correctly count the number of items needed before deciding the answer.
Comparison -In the Greater or Lesser game, your child will need to compare between a group of items that they will first need to count and a number; or between 2 different groups of items to decide which side is greater, equal to, or lesser than the other side.
Number Order -In the +/- game, your child will need to decide to either use +1 or -1 to move their zombie across multiple platforms so the zombie can gobble up all the delicious pastries.
Less Educational Aspects
Replay Value -Since the math problems that your kid will get vary from game to game, your child will be able to play this game again without getting the same questions.
**Please take note that you will need to pay to unlock all the levels in this game.
by AethynaNov 24, 2016The world is in dire need of your child’s help to turn zombies back into people by solving a variety of mathematical problems.
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