# Professor Pi’s Math Mayhem

August 26th, 2010 by Steven Pomeroy | Filed under Games, Math Games, Math Software.

## Math Games: Professor Pi’s Math Mayhem

I have reached the point where the current game project is ready for beta release. What this means is that I am asking users to download it and test it on their systems. I have tested it already on a number of computers, and I have not noticed any bugs, but this does not mean that this math game is bug-free. So if you do download it, please let me know of any strangeness by adding a post on this page, along with information on your operating system.

Also, I would like to get a feel on what you thing of the game play; is it too easy or too hard? Is it interesting to play or boring? I will be adding more interesting features to it in the near future, but for now I really need to test it in this form. Although designed for use by school children, adults may find this fun to play too.

This beta release is very simple – only one board of play just to test it out before I make it more complex and add new boards. The object of the game is very simple – eliminate 25 bricks equal to 10. Here is a screenshot:

I plan on adding power-ups eventually, along with additional boards; you will see this in the next beta release. For now, I’ll do some design improvements while I await feedback from this release.

If you want to know when the next beta version is released, please check back periodically, or, if you have a Facebook account, you can join our Facebook Page (Click here or look to the right panel for the link).

UPDATE: Version Beta 2.0 has been released. Please read the post here.

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Excellent post thanks!