MathLand Is Out Now For The Switch

Learn and have fun.
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If someone told you that math was just for the classroom, then it would be good to show them this game. MathLand has officially been released to the Nintendo Switch. MathLand offers an education adventure where players can explore and, of course, face some math challenges. Developed by Didactoons, the game is available on the Nintendo eShop for $5.99.

Previously available on the mobile platform for both iOS and Android, MathLand focuses on the pirate Ray as he recovers the sacred gems stolen by the dastardly pirate Max. It won't be that easy though, as Max has made sure to put obstacles and traps on the island. That's right, Ray needs to be on the lookout for bewitched parrots, magic doors, quicksand, and even lava.

While the game is aimed at children who need to practice and improve their math skills, MathLand is also a good game to play for adults who want to have some casual fun while exercising their brain. Indeed, the difficulty level is appropriate for all ages.

The game offers challenges with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, along with comparison. There are a total of 25 different levels that are spread out across the five different worlds of Isle of the Pirate, Selvatic Island, Mistery Marsh, Furious Volcano and Remote Ruins.

MathLand is developed by Didactoons, a studio known for its educational games. In addition to MathLand, the studio has developed apps like ABC Dinos, which helps children learn letters while also working on reading and writing. Then there is 123 Dots, which is an excellent way for kids to learn how to count and learn more about sequences and numbers. Finally there is Monster Numbers, which combines learning math with arcade fun. The release to the Nintendo Switch was made possible by Artax Games. Artax is known for publishing games not only for mobile devices, but for the PC and consoles. Currently the studio is out helping small quality titles be released on both PC and consoles.

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