Baron von Count has stolen the 4 Mathemagical crystals of the land. Chase him down and bring him to justice or humanity will be forced to count on their fingers forever!
Number Run is great practice for boys & girls learning math and adults who just want to stay sharp. Finally, a FUN math game:
-Features 52 levels across addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
-Test your skills in Endless Mode
-Aligned to Common Core state standards
-Unlock new outfits and show your style
-Developed by graduate students from Stanford and USC
-Retina support for iPhone and iPad
-Did we mention it's actually fun?
We're gamers, we're developers, we're educators--talk to us at www.facebook.com/numberrun
Fixed high score upload and download bug.
Ratings and Reviews
My kids love this app. We have tried many math fact memory apps and this is the only one they think is fun. They request more outfits to buy with their coins, but that hasn’t stopped them from continuing to play after buying all that are available.
Actually fun, times arithmetic drill game
This game drills you on basic arithmetic, so it's probably suitable for first grade onward.
I've looked at a number of arithmetic drill games. This one has the rare property that it's actually fun!
The side-scrolling runner format also imposes a time limit, which can be stressful for kids I suppose, but is also good since it requires you to memorize the basic math facts rather than recalculate them each time.
There seem to be some bugs in its practice mode, so that it will present harder problems than you request. I hope they fix these.
Super fun, great way to practice number drills! I love the storyline and all the progressive levels and variety of obstacles. Make sure to check out the optional wardrobe options and don your armor if you need to slow things down a bit. A++++
- Ignacio Schiefelbein
- 53.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2012 Ignacio Schiefelbein & Kris Hattori
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.