Roman Numerals

RomanIcon144Roman Numerals uses the same great game play as Mathtopia+. Smart Apps for Kids says of the Mathtopia+ game engine: “the first app I’ve reviewed that has been so addicting to me I couldn’t stop playing long enough to write the review. It’s also being played by all three of my children, in 6th grade, 3rd grade, and kindergarten, and I’ve even heard them fighting over the iPad for more Mathtopia+ time. I can guarantee no one in my house has ever fought over more time with flash cards.” Mathtopia+ won the Children’s Technology Review’s 2013 Editor’s Choice Award for Excellence in Design.

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Download_on_the_App_Store_Badge_US-UK_135x40_0824Roman Numerals develops recognition of Roman numerals, which are used on clocks, in book pages, and dates. This app contains all the content taught in grade school.

Fun and addicting, Roman Numerals builds mastery through repetitive matching of related concepts. Rewards and achievements encourage speed and accuracy.

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Game play consists of a matching game, followed by solving a tile-swapping puzzle to advance. The puzzle game is similar to popular jewel swapping games but with multi-touch swap, enabling more complicated and challenging matching for addicts of tile-matching puzzlers.

Roman Numerals isn’t just for kids. Like all tile-swapping puzzle games it is a great way to reduce stress. Roman Numerals has the added benefit of keeping your brain sharp.

Lessons teach each concept and can be reviewed, skipped or repeated.  

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The award-winning team at Omega Labs brings to its products a passion for creating great apps, a drive to change the world, a deep love of creating engaging mind-expanding experiences for adults and children, and a fondness for games.

Senator Eric Oemig, CEO, crack coder, and former vice-chair of Washington state’s K-12 education committee understands education, numbers, and kids. Mary Heuett Oemig, teacher, technology lawyer, technophile, and parent, is passionate about applying cognitive and neuroscience breakthroughs to education to keeping learners engaged, but not overstimulated. Zachary Beyer brings his passion for gaming and game design to the team.

Our goal is to create easy to play, educational, and engaging educational games. Applying research into motivation and brain science, our games provide immediate feedback, discourage random selection, and use intermittent rewards to keep players playing until they’ve mastered concepts. Adults and children alike can benefit from using Omega Labs apps, such as Fractions+, Mathtopia+ or its buy as you go alternative Mathtopia.

Our star achievement system shows when a user has attained the ability to recall information automatically without thinking. Three stars equal automaticity. Two stars signals that with practice the user is on the way to achieving automaticity. One star indicates the user is just beginning to practice the concept and needs lots more practice.

For those who like instructions, the apps comes with interactive tutorials, but most users can jump right in and learn as they go.

Roman Numerals animations are powered by the Sparrow Framework.

2 thoughts on “Roman Numerals”

  1. I am wondering what happened to our Roman Numerals and Fractions apps this week. On the same day, Roman Numerals lost much of the sound while the app is played. In Fractions, we are never able to open level 13 or beyond. Any ideas?

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