Numbers Challenge is a math-based brain tuner game to sharpen your mind. Quickly determine which side is greater, or whether they are equal. Think fast!
This game is part of the free online brain games collection.
To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large button under the picture of the game. This opens the game in a new window.
Perform mental math, then click the left arrow, right arrow, or equal sign. The game starts easy then gets more difficult rapidly.
PRO TIP: Remember to solve inside parentheses first. Also, follow order of operations: Multiplication and division from left to right, first; then addition and subtraction.
Numbers Challenge is an exciting cognitive math based game. Answer 5 questions in a row correctly to move up a level.
Miss one question, and the game ends at the end of your current level. As long as you keep getting questions right, you can continue moving up levels until the timer runs out. The math gets complicated the further you go.
This game has a peaceful theme, suitable for concentration - Tough and tricky questions - Accuracy stats for math geeks.
Note: The instructions below are for the old Adobe Flash game.
HOW TO PLAY. The idea with this brain game is to complete a list of 20 simple math problems as fast as you can.
To begin the game, click the START button on the Quick Math game window.
Rather than type in the answers to math questions, in this game the math equations are provided. But the operator (+, -, x, or ÷) is missing!
You need to supply the correct symbol for the equations shown. Choose from plus, minus, multiply, or divide. Select your answer by clicking the appropriate symbol button under the equation.
EXAMPLE. If you see "9 ? 7 = 63", you should click the "x" (multiply) button. This completes the equation 9 x 7 = 63.
The faster you select the correct answer, the more points you earn. Answer too slowly, and you won't get any points even for a correct answer. So it pays to be quick.
Your total score displays in the upper left of the Quick Math brain tuner window. The elapsed time displays in the upper middle of the game window.
After you've solved 20 math problems, the game is over. To try again, click the Play Again button in the center of the screen.
Play this game daily to keep your brain sharp. To build concentration, write down your scores and try to beat them each time.
MULTIPLICATION TABLES: Can't remember the product of 12 x 11? Maybe it's time to review your multiplication facts. Print out this free printable multiplication chart.
Hang it on the wall by your desk and review it often. You might also find my free printable math flash cards useful for practicing your basic math facts.
I hope you enjoyed this free Quick Math brain tuner game!
Last Updated: 04/07/2022