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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Nov 25, 2007.
^^release-2795^^Contributed by pkprostudio
You can download worksheets that go with this game too. See NFO for the link. How nice.
Well it looks more interesting than most of these brain games nowadays. Looks a bit homebrewy, sort of like an Amiga PD game.
The word "Kleptoid" sounds a bit mucky to me though.
i rather stick a fork in my eye then play this game
Maybe if we play this game we will get some good math gradius
/me runs away.
I see wut you did thar...
I second that.
I would also rather stick a fork in BoneMonkey's eye than play this game.
I would also like for Destructobot to stick a fork in BoneMonkey's eye rather than play this game.
Or any other game for that matter.
no more talk on fork sticking guys, only I can decide who gets their eye poked with a fork
I played this game, and it turns out that BoneMonkey was right.
I guess I was hoping this would be sort of like the old education games for the Atari 2600. I actually had a lot of fun with some of those games back when I was 7 or 8 years old.
I'm gonna go find me a 2600 emulator.
Everybody should have read the NFO to see that it's for 1st to 3rd graders.
I think many people in this community need to play this game.
yes it's unfortunate but basic math owns american youth in general.
Intelligence on teh intarwebs is not too common.
Intelligence isn't that rare, stupid is just a lot louder.
this game looks like a steaming pile of fail. I doubt it would help with my math.
I might get this to bring back the thrills of arithmetic.
Basic common sense* owns American youth in general.
(You can also replace this with math, spelling, English, grammar, compassion, world views, willingness to work, pride...)
I DO TO HAVE PRIDE!!!!
I also hate quotes cause I use quick reply