DS #4111: Successfully Learning Mathematics (Europe)

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  1. Rayder
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  2. Guild McCommunist

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    The only thing worse than shovelware is educational shovelware.
     
  3. crook

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    I don't know why, but I have this strange feeling you need this kinda education badly.
     
  4. tinymonkeyt

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    The keyword here is "Successfully." Because all the other educational games don't actually teach you anything per say.
     
  5. anaxs

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    well i bet its as shit as evry other educational game
     
  6. Guild McCommunist

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    Y'know, this has got to be a big slap in the face to anyone who gets it. Not only does the person who bought it for you think you need to practice math more, but they also gave you a terribly boring game. That's gotta hurt.
     
  7. LagunaCid

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    >Pounds on the cover
    >Inch ruler
     
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  9. Joe88

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    thats the US cover (ESRB is a giveaway)
    so there might be a different EU ver with the metric system instead
     
  10. xanth

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    Obviously meant to be a warm up for the math puzzles of the next Professor Layton. [​IMG]
     
  11. Gagarin

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    We need Successfully Learning Funny Jokes. LOL
     
  12. Bladexdsl

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    learn to shovel!
     
  13. BlueStar

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    Plus the EU release would say "Learning Maths" not "Math"
     
  14. elixirdream

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    i would not play the maths part but the mini game (sokoban)
     
  15. elfsander

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    Ok guys.. lesson one: 1 + 1 = ??? [​IMG]
     
  16. mrfatso

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    is the answer 11? [​IMG]
     
  17. shakirmoledina

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    this is better than games bcz atleast kids learn something
     
  18. elixirdream

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    for year 2 we don't get 1+1

    we get questions like

    +10
    1 ?
    2 ?
    3 ?
    4 ?

    or

    +10 +8
    5 15 ?
    4 ? ?
     
  19. Oisterboy

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    I wish this would work for me.

    I failed 9th grade math 3 times in high school. I'm fine with X,+,-, and divide, but as soon as they start to throw in variables and shit like 9x+x2=x+2x+x I'm done.
     
  20. RedHero

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    I'm wondering if the game contains advanced maths with formulas and such. Might be handy for school (starting Chemistry in a few days).