Do you think you're smarter than a 5th grader? Can you add, subtract, multiply and divide single digit numbers? This simple game may prove otherwise.

You have to use all of the numbers on the buttons and any combination of the math operations +,-,× and ÷ to make the number at the top. You must use each number exactly once. You cannot not skip or reuse any of them. You can use the math operations as many times as you want. Oh and one last thing. Mathematical order of operations does not apply.

It seems simple but some of the combos are harder than you might think. This addictively simple puzzler was inspired by math games like 24. It's a fun way to teach kids basic math skills and can help adults keep their minds sharp.

Play over 35,000 different combos and 23 levels of difficulty. Solve as many combos as you can without making a mistake as they get progressively harder. Or if you want to really challenge yourself play for speed in a timed game and see how many combos you can solve before your time runs out.

What’s New

Version 1.6

UI and performance Improvements
Added the ability to skip the tutorial.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Peanutterb ,

I lovehate this game

It's really easy to play and get caught up in. Reminded me of my sick math and logic skills early on, making me overconfident when the levels got harder and then determined by a weird sense of competition to win by any means.

Probably great for kids to learn math in a fun way. Great for adults to stretch their brain. Great for car or train rides - as long as you're not driving.

Only gave it four stars because I don't think it always follows PEMDAS. Don't be fooled if you see 2-8, the answer is 6.
Also I hate how addictive it is.

RenJiang ,

"Just one more try" style of game

Make the Number is one of those simple games to pick up and play, but a difficult game to put down once you start playing. It’s one of those games that makes you say to yourself “Just one more try.” Definitely recommend a try.

MathLuva ,

Like 24 but better

Fun to play. Just wish I could get hints for the harder ones.

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