based on 120 ratings since 05/14/2014 played 684 times (finished 134)

Story Difficulty2/8

"walk in the park"

Play Length1/8

"Make sure not to blink"

Maturity Level1/8

"appropriate for all ages"

Stories with this maturity level will not, by design, have any potentially objectionable content. An example of a type story with this rating would be a quiz on mathematics.

OK, there were several errors in the math itself.
For example, the first question only accepted the equation of a horizontal line (not the slope) as the correct answer.
The second one asked how to calculate (as in, give me a formula) the slope, but you only gave me a mnemonic that only people with pre-existent knowledge from elementary would recognize, not an actual specific calculation.
Spell correctly. Also, most people are more familiar with lowercase variables in the linear equation.
One question asked for a slope of 1 and gave the answers x=1 and y=1. One does not use y to represent slope; if for some reason you chose to use the variable y to represent slope, then you should have said so earlier, but you actually told us that M represented slope.
And then the last question was very unclear but also entirely incorrect. The answer was that the y-intercept does not have a variable, but earlier you told us that B represented the y-intercept.
Honestly, it seems like some of this stuff was copy/pasted from a Quizlet or something like that.
Because that's where this belongs, Quizlet. Not a site for entertaining storygames (Maybe if you use Quizlet you can get the right notation for x squared. It's also much more compatible with a classroom setting).
Wow, maybe I should tone it down a bit. Sorry, kid from middle school. In the future, I expect you to post an entertaining game about Calculus here. Try and stick in some groovy math characters too.

-- JeffreyJabs on 8/4/2017 11:42:16 PM with a score of 11

Well, this is exactly what it says in the title. I don't think I can't fault a game when the title itself is rather straightforward, this is a game on algebra. Well 'game' in the looset sense of the word, because this is more of a quiz in actuality. There's not much to say here, as this isn't a storygame but I did feel a bit proud of myself when I saw that I did do better a second time around.

Honestly, the quiz itself is rather simple, because I never really considered myself a absolute algebra expert, but I did quite well both times that I've played this. Henceforth, I think that this quiz and any quiz of this nature would certainly benefit in being more difficult, because one can't really experience any great feeling of accomplishment in completing something that is for the most part not very challenging.

This is a simple quiz at the end of ths day, and it's not one with much depth too since it's literally just answering algebra questions. Perhaps this would've been a bit more fascinating if these questions were presented with some sort of story narrative accompanying it. But that's just my opinion, because I do feel that this quiz serves its purpose well as a algebra quiz.

-- TharaApples on 3/13/2017 10:15:05 PM with a score of 10

I think it is okay for an Algebra Game. One thing I would suggest is to add a calculator function. Sorry if I missed it.

-- Noah Liedtke on 6/3/2019 11:34:52 PM with a score of 6

I do not like algebra

-- emma on 11/2/2018 7:49:39 PM with a score of 2

y=0 isn't the slip of a horizontal line lol. Pretty sure y'=0 is.

-- Crescentstar on 1/16/2018 1:08:50 PM with a score of 11

Er, y=0 is not the slope of a horizontal line. That just means a particular line where y=0. Yes, that particular line is horizontal, but so is y=1, and y=2, and y=n where n is any real number. If you wanted to write an equation to signify the slope of a horizontal line, you probably probably should have used m=0. Or perhaps you could have written delta y = 0 (referring to the difference of the y coordinates equaling zero).

Another thing, there isn't a lot of algebra in this. I figured we would be solving some equations or something. Still, applause for making a math gamfinal.

-- Kim on 10/14/2017 4:36:12 AM with a score of 11

The first page had a great ending.

-- Fromnono on 8/14/2017 9:16:31 PM with a score of 0

Really poor, basic errors in explaining what the questions mean.

-- Simon on 8/9/2017 4:19:09 AM with a score of 11

Thanks for this! I've never done any form of algebra before and thought I was horrible at math in general. Not sure if the answers/questions are accurate or whatever, but thanks for giving me some of the basics I'll need! ;) Keep goin'!

-- Kay on 8/8/2017 4:19:28 AM with a score of 6

The slope of a line is not "y=" or "x=". It is just the slope.

Also, please check for spelling. For example, it's "dependent" and "independent", not "dependant" and "independant".

-- TheMathGuy on 8/4/2017 4:10:53 PM with a score of 11

## Player Comments

For example, the first question only accepted the equation of a horizontal line (not the slope) as the correct answer.

The second one asked how to calculate (as in, give me a formula) the slope, but you only gave me a mnemonic that only people with pre-existent knowledge from elementary would recognize, not an actual specific calculation.

Spell correctly. Also, most people are more familiar with lowercase variables in the linear equation.

One question asked for a slope of 1 and gave the answers x=1 and y=1. One does not use y to represent slope; if for some reason you chose to use the variable y to represent slope, then you should have said so earlier, but you actually told us that M represented slope.

And then the last question was very unclear but also entirely incorrect. The answer was that the y-intercept does not have a variable, but earlier you told us that B represented the y-intercept.

Honestly, it seems like some of this stuff was copy/pasted from a Quizlet or something like that.

Because that's where this belongs, Quizlet. Not a site for entertaining storygames (Maybe if you use Quizlet you can get the right notation for x squared. It's also much more compatible with a classroom setting).

Wow, maybe I should tone it down a bit. Sorry, kid from middle school. In the future, I expect you to post an entertaining game about Calculus here. Try and stick in some groovy math characters too.

Honestly, the quiz itself is rather simple, because I never really considered myself a absolute algebra expert, but I did quite well both times that I've played this. Henceforth, I think that this quiz and any quiz of this nature would certainly benefit in being more difficult, because one can't really experience any great feeling of accomplishment in completing something that is for the most part not very challenging.

This is a simple quiz at the end of ths day, and it's not one with much depth too since it's literally just answering algebra questions. Perhaps this would've been a bit more fascinating if these questions were presented with some sort of story narrative accompanying it. But that's just my opinion, because I do feel that this quiz serves its purpose well as a algebra quiz.

Another thing, there isn't a lot of algebra in this. I figured we would be solving some equations or something. Still, applause for making a math gamfinal.

Also, please check for spelling. For example, it's "dependent" and "independent", not "dependant" and "independant".