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"Tux, of Math Command" is a math drill game starring Tux, the Linux Penguin.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/tuxmath/files/latest/download

For Linux/Mac OS X/Windows.
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"Tux, of Math Command" is a math drill game starring Tux, the Linux Penguin. Lessons are included from simple number typing through addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of positive and negative numbers. It is intended for kids ~4-10.

TuxMath is an arcade game that helps kids practice their math facts. The main goal is to make it effective and fun!

Your mission is to protect your penguin's igloos from the math problem "comets" that drop out of the sky.

TuxMath contains a help system that teaches new players how to stop those pesky comets.

TuxMath lets you choose from "Training Academy" lessons that focus on a particular set of facts, or choose "Arcade Games" that test your skills.

The Training Academy lessons allow the players to pause the game and control its speed, and offer a chance to build confidence with new facts. Players earn gold stars as they complete particular lessons. With the arcade games, the players have to answer problems more and more quickly, with only their math skills to save them!

For the arcade games, players can compete to earn a place on a high score table.

Tuxmath is available in several different languages, including some that have right-to-left text.

Optionally, you can configure TuxMath so that multiple users can have their own account.

This feature may be especially useful for schools.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/tuxmath/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/tuxmath/files/latest/download
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