# Educational Games – testing only

Some educational web apps can be found on the server. Please click the images to open the web game pages.

## SpiderWord: Spider vs Bug Word Game

Guess the word to let Bug escape from the Spider!
Current word sets are:

• Dinosaurs and Reptiles
• Long Words (Things)
• Thomas the Tank Engine Character Names
• Countries
• 1-Word English Football Clubs
• Long Words (Describing)

## Brain Quest Games

### How to play:

• Click [?] to get a question.
• Click [C] to clear your answer if you type something wrong.

### Time limits for each answer:

• No limit
• 50 seconds (default for Brain Quest – Fraction)
• 25 seconds (default for all the other Brain Quest games)
• 20 seconds
• 16 seconds
• 10 seconds
• 8 seconds
• 5 seconds

## Brain Quest – Multiply

Multiplying practice using randomly generated questions.
Challenge yourself with different time limits! Build your correct answers to reach the top!

• From x2 up to x20

## Brain Quest – Arithmetic

Arithmetic practice using randomly generated questions.
Challenge yourself with different time limits! Build your correct answers to reach the top!

• – = subtracting
• x = multiplying
• x ! = difficult multiplying
• (+)- = adding, then subtracting
• (x)+ = multiplying, then adding
• (-)x = subtracting, then multiplying
• (+)x = adding, then multiplying

## Brain Quest – Decimal

Decimal arithmetic practice using randomly generated questions.
Challenge yourself with different time limits! Build your correct answers to reach the top!

• – = subtracting
• x = multiplying
• x ! = difficult multiplying
• (+)- = adding, then subtracting
• (x)+ = multiplying, then adding
• (-)x = subtracting, then multiplying
• (+)x = adding, then multiplying

## Brain Quest – Fraction

Fraction arithmetic practice using randomly generated questions.
Challenge yourself with different time limits! Build your correct answers to reach the top!

• – = subtracting
• x = multiplying
• / = dividing

## Number Logic

You can choose how many numbers can be used:

• 4 = Each digit can be 1 to 4 (256 possible numbers)
• 5 = Each digit can be 1 to 5 (625 possible numbers)
• 6 = Each digit can be 1 to 6 (1,296 possible numbers)
1. The computer sets the numbers, you guess and the computer
scores. If you don’t guess the computer’s number in 10 tries, then the computer will tell you what it was.
2. You set the numbers, the computer guesses and you score.
3. Can you guess the numbers quicker than the computer?