Type of Program: Education
Supported Platforms: Windows XP/2000/98
Company Name: Big Brainz
Installed Size: 112 mb
The installation of Timez Attack is easy and intuitive. You can
place the program files where you want them.
After the installation it will ask whether you want to install
I had a real strange problem with Timez Attack, I couldn't use the number pad on
my computer because when I would hit the 1 key a 3 would appear on the screen.
So I used the numbers above the letters.
When I started the game I was surprised that it looked like a Dungeons and
Dragons game it had good graphics and dungeons built with more than just walls,
also when you advance you get into different environments like a cavern
containing lava and dragons and a Sci-Fi style area with robots and lasers.
But its actually a math game trying to teach you the times tables . I personally
at least think that the game can actually live up to its name since it lets you
first visually see the answer by simply adding up dots and then it asks for the
answer and then ether a troll a dragon or a robot comes and asks you the answer
to the same problem again but with a limited amount of time. As you progress to
the next problem the same think happens again and when you've played to the end
of a the certain level you are asked the same problems as to repeat what you've
leaned and when you get through about three levels you repeat what you've leaned
during the levels you just played.
This method I think really reinforces your learning the times tables, or like
me, re-learning them.
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Reviewed by Pat