## 8 Reviews:

kurath

Its a solidly made math quiz game at probably the correct difficulty level (up to calculus) for someone considering becoming a math major with some fangame humor spread throughout.

Kid's a bum though if he can't get a job with a math degree, its not like its philosophy or literature or something.

Kid's a bum though if he can't get a job with a math degree, its not like its philosophy or literature or something.

Tagged as: Math

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Rating: 6.5 65
Difficulty: N/A

Dec 5, 2018

FollowPotato

This was the first Aiwanna math game I played.

I enjoyed since I study a lot of math and I really like it. The final question is tricky,though it uses only basic arithmetic :p

PS:imagine if someone buffs it with non-linear PDEs and calls it a happil version XD (please do not)

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I enjoyed since I study a lot of math and I really like it. The final question is tricky,though it uses only basic arithmetic :p

PS:imagine if someone buffs it with non-linear PDEs and calls it a happil version XD (please do not)

Rating: 8.5 85
Difficulty: N/A

Dec 9, 2018

arzztt

Unfortunately I cannot go any further than question 41 because I have not taken calculus yet, however in the future maybe I'll come back to this and see if I can beat it.

Of what I was able to play it was very enjoyable especially for anyone who enjoys some good old math, but I did have a few problems with it.

The first being that you only get a save after every five questions, it's very annoying to get a question wrong and then have to remember 1-4 previous answers that you have already done. It just seems like an added annoyance that doesn't have a place in this game.

The second problem is that you can't access any other questions outside of the one that you are currently on. This unfortunately creates a massive wall that I cannot get past. I wish I was able to get past 40-45 because there may be other problems that I could solve, but as it stands now I'm just stuck.

Overall it's pretty fun if you like to do the math, but it has some flaws that might hopefully be ironed out in the future.

Also I have a final exam next week so this was a nice practice tool for that.

Of what I was able to play it was very enjoyable especially for anyone who enjoys some good old math, but I did have a few problems with it.

The first being that you only get a save after every five questions, it's very annoying to get a question wrong and then have to remember 1-4 previous answers that you have already done. It just seems like an added annoyance that doesn't have a place in this game.

The second problem is that you can't access any other questions outside of the one that you are currently on. This unfortunately creates a massive wall that I cannot get past. I wish I was able to get past 40-45 because there may be other problems that I could solve, but as it stands now I'm just stuck.

Overall it's pretty fun if you like to do the math, but it has some flaws that might hopefully be ironed out in the future.

Also I have a final exam next week so this was a nice practice tool for that.

Tagged as: Math
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Rating: 6.0 60
Difficulty: N/A

Dec 6, 2018

Kilgour22

I Wanna be the Math Major 2 is a great showcase of basic applied math at a high school level. I would have liked to see the inclusion of non-polynomial functions and geometry to help round out the applications.

The format of the required answers was often quite intuitive, which was a relief. However, with five questions to complete each save, it was sometimes a slog to have to wait for the "correct" to pop up as many as four times to attempt the next question. I would have appreciated a save every screen, even though this would make some problems susceptible to "trial and error" solutions.

It also would have been nice to not have to use an additional hint to view the same hint for a question a second time. I get that I could have screenshotted the hint, but I shouldn't have to do that to return to the hint which I've already invested in.

With the release of version 1.01, the only question I wasn't a fan of was question 50, because of its reliance on question 45, which was only available on the previous save. The other questions were great, as was their applications to the fangame context. I especially liked questions 43 and 47.

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The format of the required answers was often quite intuitive, which was a relief. However, with five questions to complete each save, it was sometimes a slog to have to wait for the "correct" to pop up as many as four times to attempt the next question. I would have appreciated a save every screen, even though this would make some problems susceptible to "trial and error" solutions.

It also would have been nice to not have to use an additional hint to view the same hint for a question a second time. I get that I could have screenshotted the hint, but I shouldn't have to do that to return to the hint which I've already invested in.

With the release of version 1.01, the only question I wasn't a fan of was question 50, because of its reliance on question 45, which was only available on the previous save. The other questions were great, as was their applications to the fangame context. I especially liked questions 43 and 47.

Rating: 8.0 80
Difficulty: 30 30

Dec 5, 2018