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The stakes are high in Operation Math — you must defeat international menace Dr. Odd. Players are spies and must complete timed missions involving addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication drills. It’s the next best thing to having James Bond at career day. $2.99. Available for iOS and Android.
This space-based game covers concepts from even versus odd numbers to square roots. Kids can build rockets with money earned from doing math. The game description also touts floating pizzas in space, so there’s that too. $0.99. Available for iOS.
Use math to rescue sea creatures. Concepts include ordering by size, more versus less, and number recognition. The app is free as a lite version, but requires an in-app purchase for the full game. Free. Available for iOS.
King of Math
Gain upward social mobility in medieval society with King of Math. Users start out as farmers and work through middle school math concepts to level up. $1.99. Available for iOS.
Let's Do the Math
This game can function like flash cards, or like a series of problems. It includes equations and word problems dealing with the four operations. Free. Available for Android.
Users solve simple addition and subtraction problems to connect dots to make a picture. Free. Available for iOS.
This game focuses on addition and multiplication with whole numbers. Players help the monsters build simple equations using numbers off the “sushi counter.” The game also aims to reinforce strategic reasoning. Free. Available for iOS.