Math Masters is a free Windows 10 math brainteaser game app where you have to solve simple equations designed around the numbers 1, 2, and 3. The game includes these 3 numbers, 2 operators, and 3 answers to choose from. All you have to do is calculate in your mind what the answer of the equation would be and choose the number from the given 3.
The Windows 10 math brainteaser game app can be downloaded from the Windows 10 store or from the link given at the end of this article. When you start this game app you will see an interface as shown in the screenshot below.
The home screen doesn’t give you much options, just a play button to start the game. Click the play button and you will first be taken to the level selection screen, as shown in the screenshot below.
Start with level one as all the other levels are locked. You can make your way through levels by completing previous ones successfully. Click on level one to start with the first game.
Your level target will be displayed to you before starting. The initial 5-6 levels are easy, and then the game starts getting challenging.
Like you see level one in the above screenshot, which would look very easy to you. But after a few levels the equations get very challenging and solving them in your mind becomes difficult.
The level up screen can be seen above. The forward arrow button takes you to the next level. The games in each level have multiple questions and all the questions are timed. If you don’t answer it before the timer runs out then you lose the level and have to replay the level.
Features of this Windows 10 math brainteaser game app:
- Math brainteasers.
- Solve equations designed around number 1, 2, and 3.
- The equations use 3 numbers, and 2 operators.
- You get 3 choices for choosing the answer from.
- 130 levels to play.
- All games are timed.
Math Masters is a fun game app for math geeks. I was also able to solve up to level 5-6 easily, after that the equations got complicated. It took multiple tries to get through further levels. The equations use only numbers 1, 2 and 3 and 2 operators are used plus and minus. But using them together, with multiple number and operators makes it more challenging.
Check out Math Masters for Windows 10 here.