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The game demands both individual thinking and co-operation, requiring players to use numeracy skills to calculate potential results and to collaborate with one another to create equal-value solutions. Wrapped in a "farm harvest" storyline, the game features individualised, customisable, hat-toting farmers as controllable characters, with the most revolutionary hat customisation ever seen in a child's learning game. Teachers will be pleased to know that cosmetic features can be disabled for focused gameplay in class.

- Collaborative two-player same-device gameplay
- Features maths skills at all levels, from basic addition to complete use of BODMAS
- Promotion of collaborative learning through communication and problem solving
- Distinct visual presentation and large amounts of feedback
- Fun customisation features to experiment with at home, easily disabled in the classroom
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