Milk Hunt: Kids Math Game

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Milk Hunt: Kids Math Game

Milk Hunt is a unique endless runner learning game which has an adorable Kangaroo called "Kando" traveling across Australia hunting for Milk. He can be made to jump, roll, glide, fly and swim while avoiding obstacles in its path. During the run he needs help with Mental Math questions which can help him get more milk.

Kids can customize their learning plan and test skills in Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions & many more topics all aligned to the Common Core Standards. Built exclusively for IOS , using Apple's new SpriteKit game engine, Milk Hunt is an ideal game for ages 6 and above

Key Features of Game
- Highly responsive Single-finger tap and swipe controls
- Common Core Aligned
- Progress report to track performance across all operations
- Detailed Evaluation to analyze incorrect answers
- Adaptive Algorithm allowing user to progress at her own pace and level
- Multiple Gameplays for hours of fun and repeat play
- Travel across iconic Australian Landmarks
- No advertising
- Parental Locks
- Game center Integration
- Fun Missions and badges
- Surprise Gifts in every Run
- Customize Kando using Accessories like unique Jetpacks and Zorbs
- CloudKit to save user data

Devices and Platforms Supported: iPhone / iPad

App Categories: Educational

Nominated for: 2014 Late Fall Awards
Silver Award
Best App for Children and Toddlers

Price: US $2.99

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