# Math Games

## Guess 2/3 of the average

The game is… you compete against some other people each of you guess one number from [0, 100] compute 2/3rd’s of the average of the guessed numbers the winner is whoever is closest For example, if the numbers guessed are 7, 28, 53, 77, then the 2/3rd’s the average is: (0.66666) x ([7 + 28 …

## Physics Games

Need to waste some time? This site www.physicsgames.net has a crapload of games that involve concepts like gravity, projectiles, constructions, “destructions”, etc. So far, I’ve played Splitter, Superstacker, MagicPen 1 & 2, Top Figures, Insurgo, Demolition City 1 & 2, and 99 Bricks, among others. Of course the site didn’t make all these games, but …

## Eyeball math game

Apparently I’m pretty bad at using my eyes. You can try out this game at http://woodgears.ca/eyeball/index.html

## How to solve the sudokube

The Sudoku Cube is a ripoff of the Rubik’s Cube, where each face has the numbers 1-9 instead of colours. The goal: put the numbers 1-9 on each side with no repetition It was created in 2006 by some guy named Jay Horowitz in Ohio. You can buy it at Barnes and Noble and some …

## Tower Stack game strategy (aka tower bricks, tower blocks)

Hey guys, there is this game called “Tower Stack” or “Tower Bricks” or “Tower Blocks” (among other names) and you can play it on Facebook, or MindJolt Games, or Brothersoft Games (etc). Here is a screenshot to show what I am talking about: What you have to do is: – build tower as tall as …

## How to play STRIMKO

I thought it would be fun to create a video on “How to play strimko.” It’s just like Sudoku but more fun!! Hopefully the creators over at strimko.com don’t mind me posting it on Youtube ^_^ You can view the video here (and you can play the fun game at strimko.com).

## Cool game – 20 questions – and how it works

Twenty Questions is a popular game which encourages deductive reasoning. Usually, one person is chosen to be the answerer. That person chooses a subject but does not reveal this to the others. All other players are questioners. They each take turns asking a question which can be answered with a simple “Yes” or “No”. Lying …