Take the first step to becoming a mathlete.
Few children enjoy going to school. For most kids, math is probably their worst or least favorite subject. It's hard to get most people excited for anything math related. That said, 1+2=3 makes solving math problems fun.
1+2=3 is a game about math, as the name implies. It involves the simplest math problems around, which include 1+1 and 2-1. Now anyone beyond five years old can play this game, but the trick involves answering these simple problems in a matter of a few seconds. Every math problem shown can be answered using the numbers 1, 2 and 3, but as you answer more questions, the time you have to respond lessons considerably. Your objective is to answer as many as possible before getting one wrong or letting time expire. The app makes you feel dumb for getting the question wrong, which psychologically lights a fire in you to get it right, making the game very addictive.
1+2=3 is light on gameplay, with only the main high score mode. Having a head-to-head mode would have added another element. In addition, you see a lot of the same problems.
1+2=3 is a fun and addictive game. It takes simple math problems and challenges you to solve them in only a few seconds, while user friendly controls allow players of all ages easy access. With that in mind, and considering its barebones presentation, hopefully Pine Entertainment adds more gameplay modes in future updates.
Download 1+2=3 for iPhone and iPad.