From Sega Retro
|Publisher: John Sands Electronics|
|Developer: Pyramid Software|
|Number of players: 1|
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The gameplay is similar to Space Invaders, except inverted with demons rising towards the players turret. The object of the game is to shoot the oncoming demons by entering the solution to the simple division problem below the demon. Levels get progressively harder, with more complex equations and faster demons. The game retains the highest score for competitive play.
An enjoyable education program for practising and learning mathematical division. The game gets faster and faster, thus increasing its level of difficulty.
Problem-laden monsters invade the base. To destroy a monster the student must shoot the correct answer.
— Box frontcover
|John Sands Electronics Math Blaster Educational Series for the Sega SC-3000|
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