“When I asked my daughter how she liked it, she told me, ‘I love driving the space ship to get the candy.’ I think it definitely helps her learn the math concepts that are so boring on paper worksheets from school. I highly recommend downloading some fun, creative math apps if your child struggles with disinterest in math at school and is more of a creative learner,” says See Mom Work.
“The gameplay is quite engaging, with the added bonus of allowing children to create their own levels. Tying math in with creativity is a pretty potent combination, and one that could well serve young gamers and students,” says Technology Tell.
Nibblee is coming to town with the Nommons bringing the joy of math (really, math) to kids everywhere!
Meet the team: Nibblee, Takeout-a-saurus, Snorklephant, Soyadactyl, Potato Unicorn, Lemonfresh, Apple Jaques, Spearberry Sundae, and Count Tiramisu.
Nommons: Math Universe is on sale for $0.99 during the holidays.
Nommons: Math Universe allows players to share worlds they create with friends without the need to go online. When you’re done build a world click on the “share” button to get a special password for your universe that you can give to other players.
If you have a password you can type it in the share menu to visit a friend’s universe.
Try the password K5FNFH8L85JWH – QFYAP27ZXF9RT to visit a flying fish world we created.
One night after dinner, Wubblee gazed at the starry sky between the popcorn dipper and moonpie to his home far away in the galaxy. All of the Nommons longed to visit their home, but someone ate the map after Captain Redrigo made a crash landing on Earth.
In Nommons: Math Universe, players can help the Nommons rebuild their ship by solving math problems. After they patch up the spaceship, they can fly through the galaxy to look for their home.