Zeus vs. Monsters, a new educational game by Peaksel LLC combines math drills and learning about Greek Mythology. The game is free and available on iTunes for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch.
March 3, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Brain fitness is one of the best practices one can do nowadays. Whether young or old, maintaining a healthy brain is a must. And is there a better way to keep the grey mass in action than to play fast-paced math games? It's a rhetorical question. Of course that combining fun with learning and exercising is the best thing for the brain. This way, the brain is actually tricked - it's working full steam ahead not even being aware of that, because it works in an interesting and fun atmosphere. Zeus vs. Monsters is one such game that can be used to trick the brain.
It's one of the newest math games available on the App Store, it's optimized for iPhone 5 requires iOS 6.0 or later, and it is free to download.
The game offers a lot of different features and some of them are listed below.
Firstly, this is a math game, but it is also an educational game since it teaches kids a lot of stuff from Greek Mythology. This way, kids can learn who Zeus, Athena and Giants were and what Hades was the god of; secondly, there is an option for educators who can now easily track strengths and weaknesses of their pupils when math is in question; thirdly, there is a lot of gameplay - 50 levels, 10 bosses, 3 levels of difficulty - you do the math!
"My kid had a lot of problems with math in school, and he told me that he would be more than glad to practice math if it only was just a little bit more fun, which immediately meant if it was in a form of a game. The traditional way of doing it has become boring for the new generation of children and they want to use technology whenever possible. That is how we came up with this idea of combining useful and interesting, by making math games." said Marko, CEO of the company.
The game is free to download here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zeus-vs-monsters/id820176211?ls=1&mt=8