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Can you find the patterns in each puzzle to save the Wuzzits? Develop your math conceptual thinking, critical thinking and problem-solving skills!
In this version of Wuzzit Trouble, the puzzles have easy solutions - but only if you use your creative thinking skills and spot the hidden number patterns! Number puzzle addicts will love it. Parents and teachers will, too, and can use the app to initiate family and class discussions of important number concepts.
Designed for players 8 and up, Wuzzit Trouble Math Patterns develops the pattern-recognition skills required for the more advanced mathematical critical and conceptual thinking and problem solving skills that are in-demand abilities in the 21st Century.
In Wuzzit Trouble Math Patterns, although you can solve most of the puzzles and free the Wuzzit by trial-and-error, the smart approach --and the one that will earn you the largest score-- is to identify the hidden number patterns that lie beneath the arrangement of the keys and other items on the gears.
While kids and adults alike can have hours of fun solving the puzzles, teachers can use the game as a basis for lessons on the mathematical patterns embedded in the game, and use it to help develop a sophisticated understanding of numbers and overall number sense.
• Designed to develop critical mathematical conceptual thinking and problem-solving skills needed to face 21st century challenges
• Extends the development of number sense in Wuzzit Trouble and Wuzzit Trouble Math Jr.
• 75 different puzzles and three different star ratings per puzzle
• Innovative gear-based gameplay
• Lovable monsters
• Beautiful graphics
• Special game collectibles to store in your Trophy Room
• No third-party advertising
• No in-app purchases
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In this release, we’ve made some minor puzzle updates for you.
Ratings and Reviews
I like so far. Would have preferred if they offered cues on the best way to solve the problem
I like it so far. I like that the level of difficulty increases as you progress. Would have preferred if they offered cues on the best way to solve the math problem. Would have been more educational.
Downloaded for my child and it's very cute. She's enjoying it and it appears to be very concept based which is good. Little overpriced but I support the cause of encouraging math in new ways to better engage children. Overall very well made.
Cute, fun, brainy math!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.