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Explore 6 amazing levels including a bushy forest, dark mines, the town of Wearie and more before facing the ultimate monster! Practice your Math Skills against a range of monsters made out of weed, smoke and stone! More than 200 math equations to solve and 4 difficulty levels. Suitable for all children as well as for adults who are young at heart!

• All Math Operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
• 4 difficulty levels, from easy to extreme
• More than 200 equations to solve
• Two characters: Ardmil (the boy) and Aralon (the girl)
• Share your score and trophies on Facebook
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