Build children's number sense, problem solving and creative and critical thinking skills!
One of the only math apps that is actually fun for parents and fun for children!
The Wuzzits need your help! In Wuzzit Trouble, your job is to free the lovable Wuzzits from the traps they’ve inadvertently wandered into inside the castle. Use your problem-solving and critical thinking skills to unlock the Wuzzits’ cages by gathering keys. Along the way you can also give the Wuzzits treats and collect special items from each of the rooms you explore. But take care to avoid dangerous hazards in your path!
Wuzzit Trouble, in addition to being a fun game for everyone to play, also helps develop mathematical conceptual thinking, problem-solving and creative thinking skills. Unlike so many math games, puzzles and activities that focus on basic computational skills, Wuzzit Trouble helps players increase their critical and creative 21st century math competencies.
*Fun for everyone in the family to play
*Designed to develop mathematical conceptual, problem-solving and creative thinking skills relevant to success in the 21st century
*75 different puzzles and three different star ratings per puzzle
*Innovative gear-based gameplay
*Lovable new characters
*Special collectibles to store in your Trophy Room
*No third-party advertising
*No in-app purchases
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This update fixes a recent bug that some of our users reported. If you've recently downloaded Wuzzit Trouble and found that the app spins on the very first puzzle, this build will fix that problem. Thanks for your patience!
Ratings and Reviews
Fluency and strategizing
I'm a teacher and see the benefit to this being un-timed (while many other games out there are timed and therefore don't nurture thoughtful strategizing). Even still, number sense and fluency are developed when playing. I got hooked for an hour! I agree with the previous reviewer who found Invention room 23 impossible to achieve 3 stars - an easy bug fix no doubt. Thank you for creating this game and I can't wait to recommend it to my students this coming year!
Great concept, needs work to effectively teach multiples.
I truly love the concept of this app. The wuzzits are adorable. The idea of multiplying to save the wuzzit in the least amount of moves is great. My problem is when the "negative" turns are introduced...this is teaching our kids that 6 x -2 equals 55, for example, which isn't even a multiple of 6. This app would be much more valuable in terms of educating on multiples if there was an option to change the numbers on the lock without changing the positions of the keys, or even change the directions the numbers are ascending and descending on the lock. This would challenge kids to use the correct multiples, thus preventing them from learning that 6 x -2 is 55.
Great Look, Lacks Difficulty
The look of the app is fantastic it's very clear and easy to use attractive even however it's boring and they are only going in one direction or the other you get to use little bit of skill in thinking about how many times you need to do this but because your finger needs to stay on the app the entire time if you mess up it's not something easily fixed so that's frustrating my son is six years old and he didn't find it exciting.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.