"Once you start playing, the game is quite addicting." - AppShrink.com
Forget about flash cards. This is the fun way of mastering your arithmetic addition!
NOTE: If you have the iPad, we recommend to install the high definition version 'Mathris HD' instead.
✔ Stunning backgrounds
✔ Featured by Apple as "New and Noteworthy" in the arcade and educational games categories.
✔ Featured by anscamobile.com as "New and Noteworthy" on their Showcase section.
Mathris is an addictive tetris-style math game.
Numbered balls constantly drop into the screen and your aim is to prevent the screen from filling up by eliminating balls. Balls can be eliminated by touching those that add up to the target value; so, for example, if the target value is 10, you can get rid of balls numbered 2, 2, and 6 (2+2+6=10) or 3 and 7 (3+7=10). The more balls you touch to reach the target number, the higher your score, and the target value changes as the game progresses to keep you on your toes!
Mathris combines addictive gaming with fun mental gymnastics to provide a great game for all the family.
This is an openfeint-enabled app. 8 achievements are offered each with 50 to 200 openfeint points.
Game note: To un-select a selected ball, simply touch the selected ball.
1) Level checkpoints are now being persisted, so user now has option to start from level 1 or the saved checkpoint, in cases the user starts the app after the app is killed
2) Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Just what I needed!
That update is exactly what i needed! With saved data, no more 3 or 4 stars, now it's 5 stars!!
Bouncing Billiard Balls!
I downloaded Mathris (which almost sounds like the popular singer, Johnny Mathis!) on Tuesday night at my girlfriend's apartment (August 2--the same day it was released), but not until after I had an issue with my Apple i-Pod when it froze for a few minutes!
I had to turn off the i-Pod by touching both the top button and the hold button on the bottom where the display appears, and had to reset and restore all of its data. That had taken over an hour just to do this. Finally, after everything was restored, I went on to download Mathris, which uses billiard-style balls with 1 to 10 falling into place at random, frequently repeating those ten numbers. You have to make 10 in many combinations, including its own 10-ball! But what makes this game a 4-star rating is that it has yet to advance to higher levels, and does not show game rules on its application. At least Mathris is a winner!
This is a brilliant way to teach kids math. Fun at the same time educational. Love it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.