Looters are stealing priceless artifacts from the ancient Roman city of Pompeii! Solve challenging math problems to recover the artifacts before time runs out. It’s up to you to save history and stop the looters!
Loot Pursuit: Pompeii builds math skills for 6th and 7th graders in a fun, approachable way. The intuitive interface makes it easy for students to practice algebraic thinking, geometry, fractions, number system, and ratios with options for differentiation of skills.
The story of the game adds motivation and an additional layer of learning. Students will be able to learn about real Roman artifacts that they save from the looters while exploring di erent locations in the ancient city of Pompeii.
• Immersive, interactive learning
• 5 Domains from Mathematics Standards for Grades 6 and 7
• Detailed factual information for over 75 real Roman artifacts
• Beautiful graphics and original music transport you to ancient Pompeii
• Engaging Story
• Skills-based learning
• Practice mode allows you to select specific skills to work on
• Play timed or untimed
• Earn achievements on Gamecenter
• Randomized problems encourage repeat play
• Cross-curriculum content: social studies, math, language arts
Like Loot Pursuit: Pompeii and interested in playing other locations? We also have the following titles in this series:
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This version fixes some minor bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Good for older kids, but...
First, this really is a very good app that does what it says for kids from 9-11 (or even older). I just wrote a review for another app with a problem this app solved…it’s too repetitive. I like that this app has different places to explore and some story line to keep kids interested (a bit like a comic book). This app, just needs to allow an option to substitute the problems for younger kids! Seems like it should be an easy modification, but maybe not. My son is dying to explore this app, discover the treasures, learn about he treasures he’s getting, and beat the bad guy! But he’s only 6 and doesn’t do the complex equations necessary here.
So if the app Math vs. Zombies game could get the explore-a-bility of this game and combine it with its customizable math subjects and difficulty levels, it would be the ultimate educational app. Conversely, if this game can just add the customizability, I will happily return and update my review and bring all the friends I can to this app.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.