REVIEW: Math Vs. Aliens “Kids Save the Day While Learning Math!”

Gaming Mommies, We know it’s not easy to have a child and watch them get bombarded by ads, videos, TV trailers, and even your friends and family telling them they should play this or that app. Sometimes not all apps are in the best interests of the child as some are entertainment apps. Math Vs. Aliens is not like the others. An educational app created by Roger Purcell, Math Vs. Aliens offers a simple and fun way to learn math. To save the animals of the world, your child will have to add or subtract the amount of animals to complete each level. With a built in voice over, kids not only learn math but they associate words with sounds. Children as young as 6 months have played the game and parents are quite happy with the success.

In addition, the game also caters to special needs children with learning disabilities. Using bright imagery, voice, and game mechanisms many parents of special needs children find the game to be “well worth it” as it engages their children to complete the simple task of addition and subtraction while learning animal names, words, and pronunciations. Math vs. Aliens has been named among the best in family-friendly media, products and services by the Mom’s Choice Awards receiving positive ratings on iTunes Education category.

Education can start at anytime, but the right app always needs a little research and testing before giving to your child. Remember, not all educational apps are released with the idea to educate your child. However, Math Vs. Aliens offers a clear, simple, and very engaging way to teach children Math while saving the Day.

To purchase Math Vs. Aliens or for more info, click here.

Narz is CEO/Founder at Girl Gamer Vogue and Lead Video Game Columnist at Knickerbocker Ledger.

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Narz is a journalist whom writes about League of Legends, video game psychology, gaming events in NYC, and loves being a otaku. Currently studying CBT/positive psychology in independent research to one day become a Player behavior Specialist for eSports. She also loves curry and wine. (/◕ヮ◕)/