Valgetal ('falling numbers' in Dutch) is an educational falling blocks-style math game with 20 progressively difficult levels for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is a clever twist on mathematical games and lots of fun.

Version:Valgetal has some similarities with a Russian game, but is also something completely new.3.22

License:Free To Try$12.00

Operating System:Windows

Homepage: www.valgetal.com

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It challenges you to complete basic math equations by controlling the placement of falling numbers. If you create a vertical column of three blocks, the number on top must be the sum of the two below it; if it isn't, you are penalised by a reduction in the size of the container, which immediately makes it harder to control successive blocks precisely.

There are 20 progressively difficult levels to begin with, in each of the four math disciplines. A high-score board lets you post your name and results. The game's name means ''falling numbers'' in Dutch: English, Friesian, Dutch, German and Spanish interfaces are included.

Although it's great fun, Valgetal is an addictive learning tool that educators and students should check out!