Spinlight introduces multiplayer version of Operation Math.
Champaign, Illinois, August 31, 2012 — Just months after winning a Parents’ Choice award for Operation Math, Spinlight Studio is releasing their first multiplayer game — and giving an awesome spy adventure, a powerful new twist. In Operation Math Code Squad, up to four players must race to disarm a series of math-busting devices, solving a series of equations before their time is up. From a spinning display screen that literally tests their math skills from every angle to rewarding “mission accomplished” messages from Agent Prime, there’s a lot to like in the latest addition to the Operation Math franchise. And for teachers with limited classroom resources, the team playing action is right at the top of the list. With four virtual keypads, Operation Math Code Squad gives every kid a seat at the table, and turns any iPad into a math-teaching power tool for four. Designed for elementary students, Operation Math Code Squad features:
- Simultaneous play for up to four different players
- Four virtual keypads built for multi-touch action
- 21 missions based on three different skill levels
- All binomial addition/subtraction equations for numbers 1-20
- All binomial multiplication/division equations for numbers 1-12
- Ability to select missions based on skill level and operatives (+, −, +/−, ×, ÷, ×/÷ and +/−/×/÷)
- Engaging narration and spy-themed soundtrack
About Spinlight Studio
Spinlight Studio is an award-winning educational app developer and publisher that passionately believes learning should be fun. Since 2011, the company has released 15 best-selling titles for the iOS, Android and Mac OS platforms, creating apps that children love and parents appreciate for their strong educational value. Spinlight has earned numerous Parents’ Choice Awards, ON for Learning honors and a Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Award for a long list of titles covering math, reading, geography and more. Critically acclaimed for their unique blend of education and entertainment, Spinlight apps have been featured in USA Today, Us Weekly and on national news shows, including Fox News and the NBC Today Show.