Tower Math for iPhone and iPad makes practicing math fun
Charlotte, North Carolina – Tower Math, the latest release from the developer of Stack the States and Monster Physics, is available for the iPad and iPhone. Tower Math is a unique math app that makes practicing math fun by combining the excitement of tower defense games with arithmetic.
In Tower Math, the numbers have been turned into monsters and it’s up to the player to save them. To break the spell, children must build magic towers by solving math problems. Players are encouraged to work at their highest level because solving more difficult problems results in more powerful towers. There are three types of towers to choose from: Cannon, Lobber and Lightning. Each tower type has its own unique abilities. There are also two special powers, freeze ray and magic rain, that players can use after successfully answering math problems.
Tower Math comes with 20 unique environments and allows for up to 5 player profiles so each member of the family can track their own progress. Bronze, silver or gold medals are awarded for each level based on performance. Math accuracy is also reported at the end of each level.
Tower Math Features:
* A full-featured tower defense game
* Beautiful 3D graphics
* 20 unique scenes
* Create up to five player profiles
* Earn medals for each level
* Fun sound effects and music
* iPhone 5 and iPad Retina Display support
* Works on both iPhone and iPad – a universal app
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* 66.3 MB
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Tower Math 1.0 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Education category.
Dan Russell-Pinson has been independently creating video games since 2007 focusing heavily on educational games. His best known titles are Stack the States, Stack the Countries and Mathmateer which have all been Top 10 education apps for iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) 2014 Dan Russell-Pinson. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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