# Strategy

## MATH GAMES

**Pentominoes:**

**www.1980-games.com/us/reflexion-games/memory-games**

**Fruit Game - At the start of the game, you will see four piles of fruit: **

**peaches, oranges, lemons, and bananas. The number of fruit in each **

**pile is different each time you play. The player who takes the last fruit **

**from the table is the winner:**

**www.2020tech.com/fruit/index.html**

**Alien Tiles - Click on any tile in the array and all tiles in the same row and **

**column advance by one color in a cycle from red to green to blue to purple **

**and finally back to red. Starting from all red, your goal is to make every cell **

**in the puzzle turn all green, blue, or purple in as few moves as possible.:**

**Backgammon:**

**Peanuts & Cracker Jacks - "The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's interactive baseball game that tests your knowledge of economics and pro sports trivia.":**

**www.bos.frb.org/peanuts/leadpgs/intro.htm**

**Castle Mouse 2000 - "The classic game of cat and mouse with a different level every day.":**

**Maths Zone – An Interactive Role-Play Adventure Game:**

**www.channel4.com/learning/microsites/M/mathszone**

**Chesskids.com:**

**Who wants to be a Mathonaire?**

**www.counton.org/games/mathonaire**

**Escape from Knab:**

**Math Baseball:**

**African Stones Game - Sometimes Called Awari or Mancala:**

**http://home.earthlink.net/~cmalumphy/africanstones.html**

**Catch the Fly & Number Cop:**

**Factoris - Multiplication Tetris:**

**Algebra vs. The Cockroaches - **

**Give the correct equation of the line and kill the cockroaches on that line:**

**An abacus matching game:**

**Taxicab Treasure Hunt:**

**Lemonade Stand - "See how much lemonade you can sell each day.":**

**The Chaos Game:**

**http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/applets/chaos-game.html**

**Fractalina (Play the Chaos Game first.):**

**http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/applets/fractalina.html**

**Peg Game:**

**www.mathfactcafe.com/games/peggame.aspx**

**Magic Squares - Lots of links:**

**http://mathforum.org/alejandre/magic.square.html**

**Four 4s Puzzle:**

**http://mathforum.org/ruth/four4s.puzzle.html**

**Rubik's Cube:**

**Chess - tutorials or play against the computer:**

**www.mathsnet.net/puzzles/chess/index.html**

**Alien Calculator - 6 Levels of Difficulty - Challenging!:**

**www.mathsonline.co.uk/nonmembers/resource/algebra**

**Alien Spreadsheet - 5 Levels of Difficulty:**

**www.mathsonline.co.uk/nonmembers/resource/algebra**

**Hare & Hounds - Choose to play the Hound or the Hare - **

**Choose Beginner, Intermediate, or Expert:**

**www.mazeworks.com/hounds/index.htm**

**Tangrams:**

**Mastermind:**

**Peg Puzzle:**

**http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_182_g_4_t_1.html**

**Boxcar Blockade - "Can you free the red boxcar?":**

**Set Game - **

**SET® cards contain four properties: color, shape, number of objects, and shading. **

**The rules state for each property, they must all be equal, or all different:**

**www.setgame.com/set/puzzle_frame.htm**

**Pixel This!**

**http://spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov**

**Tangrams:**

**Tantrix - A Puzzle using Hexagonal Tiles - **

**Read an Introduction to the Game's Online Version - Scroll Down to "Play Now!":**

**www.tantrix.com/english/TantrixPuzzlesOnline.html**

**Tivitz - play online:**

**Sudoku - online version - check progress option - **

**can choose to put multiple numbers in a square until you're sure which one is correct - **

**easy, medium, hard, or evil levels:**

**Magic Rectangles:**

**Choose ****Rush Hour**** or ****Harry Potter**** to Play Quidditch - **

**scroll down to see the many choices:**

**www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Games/Index.html**

**A list of more game links:**

**http://www.easyworksheet.com/games.shtml**

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