Ace Mathician (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Ever wondered why you needed to learn math in school?

The answer is simple; to change the world! And that's exactly what you get to do in this game!

You play as a cute Koala named Ace who loves fruit! Unfortunately a few delicious pieces of fruit are just out of reach and you need to change the positions of the platforms to get to the fruit!

You can change the positions of the platform by entering a math formula.

There's no right or wrong answer, every formula the player can come up with will have an effect on the world! Suddenly math becomes as fun as drawing!

There are many possible ways to finish a level... be creative!

Later levels will feature enemies and traps keeping the game challenging. And while your at it, you can collect stars for a better score!

Game Review


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Posted by Morgan Sleeper

Smooth operators

Ace Mathician, from Flipper developer Goodbye Galaxy Games, is a unique puzzle-platformer that succeeds in combining the magic of both marsupials and maths. The basic idea is to help a friendly koala named Ace reach the fruit at the end of each...

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User Comments (5)



Geonjaha said:

Looks alright. Good to see DSiWare that is at least decent is still being released.



eks said:

Way too short. Entire game was only an hour and fifteen minutes.



rayword45 said:

@eks For $2, is that so bad? Not talking game quality relative to price here, but Braid was $15 for about 5 hours, WoG was $15-20 for 4 hours (not counting the replay value) and Portal was $20 upon launch for 90 minutes.



eks said:

The game was fun, and it had a great concept. I don't regret picking it up, I would just like to see more levels.

I'm a math teacher, so I was excited to see a math based puzzle game. I just wanted to play it more.

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