Check Out the New About Me Section!

About Me

Blasters, have you seen the recently added About Me section of Math Blaster? If your kids haven’t seen it yet, they should definitely check it out!

The About Me page has a section for your children to update their friends on their adventures! Did your child just win a thrilling game of Galaxy Grand Prix? They can let their B.F.F.s know by updating their status. Make sure your kids’ friends are up to date on the latest happenings in your children’s lives.

There’s also a section for basic information to view with a quick glance. This includes your Blaster’s name, Blaster picture, mood, rank, country, and gender. Make sure your children are careful though. Once a country and gender are set, they cannot be changed.

Your child can also now let all their B.F.F.s know their favorites for everything ranging from food to music. Your children might discover something in common with their B.F.F.s that they were previously unaware of!

There’s also game info on the bottom of the screen so Blasters will know where they stand in terms of their rank, morphs, merits, and B.F.F.s.

Make sure to check out the rest of the recent additions we’ve made to Math Blaster as well!

Check Out Cool, New Features on the Home Page!

Have your kids ever wanted to talk more with their fellow B.F.F.s? If so, they’ll love the new additions that were recently added to MathBlaster.com.

Blasters now have an opportunity to share more about themselves while learning more about other Blasters in the Intergalactic World. On the home page, Blasters will see information about themselves, but also about their B.F.F.s as well.

Homepage

On the left side of the Home Page, Blasters can share information such as gender, flag of native country, emoticons, and their Math Blaster rank! Although they are featured here, Blasters will have to access their about me page in order to make changes to these items.

Learn more about the Homepage here!

New Changes to Math Blaster!

Have your kids seen the new additions to MathBlaster.com yet? We’ve added a few new features to make it easier for Blasters to talk to their friends in the game!

Here’s a quick overview of what’s been added:

My Home Page:

My Home Page

The first thing Blasters should see when they enter the game is the new home page! Although they cannot change anything directly from the home page, it does have all the latest updates for your kids! Your kids can keep up to date on the latest Math Blaster news, status updates, new messages, and even see which one of their friends is online.

About Me:

About Me

Your kids can personalize this area with all their likes and dislikes. There is also a section to update their friends on what they’re currently up to.

Message Board:
The message board allows your kids to have conversations with their friends.

Chat

Toolbar:
All of these new features are easily accessible by using the buttons on the toolbar.

Encourage your kids to check out the new features, and tell us what you think! Which new addition is their favorite?

What Do Your Kids Think of Monster Morph?

Update: Monster Morph is now called Morph Madness.

Recently, the Monster Morph portal of the Math Blaster Spaceship opened, and we hope that your kids have had a chance to start morphing their fellow Blasters! Monster Morph is a game where Blasters are challenged with the opportunity to create their own Morphs. Blasters assume the role of MB Scientists in which they take on the task of selecting a pre-designed morph to create and then finding the right ingredients to birth that morph. All of the ingredients are located right outside of the Morph lab.

Finding DNA

Blaster cadets will be able to search all over the correct ingredients needed for their morph.

Once all of the ingredients for the DNA have been found, Blasters are to head back into the Morph Lab and add them into the special pot using measuring tools. If the DNA is correct, a morph will appear! However, if the wrong ingredients are added, the experiment will explode; and blasters will have to start over.

Blown Up Experiment

The wrong ingredients will result in a blown-up experiment!

Have you kids had a chance to explore Monster Morph? We would love to hear what your kids think of the game! What does your child think of Monster Morph? What is your kid’s favorite part of the game?

Monster Morph is Here!

Update: Monster Morph is now called Morph Madness.

Calling all creative Blasters! Have your kids ever wanted to create something of their own to share in the Intergalactic world? If so, then they will enjoy our newest addition, Monster Morph! In this game, cadets will become Math Blaster scientists by mixing the right chemicals to create morphs!

Blasters can enter the Morph Lab to learn more about how to create a morph.

Learn more about Monster Morph!

Action on the Go: B-Force Blaster has gone Mobile!

The world around us has become digitally advanced, and Math Blaster is working hard to keep up! The intergalactic math game has already produced a few mobile games, including HyperBlast and Space Zapper. So, we are excited to announce that B-Force Blaster has gone mobile, as well!

Each color target is worth a different amount of points - encourage your kid to hit as many as they can!

Read more about this app!

Playing with Friends is More Fun!

Do your kids like learning and playing with friends? Two of Math Blaster’s fun games, Galaxy Grand Prix and B-Force Blaster, can be played head-to-head! Your kids can challenge their friends to the highest score or fastest time in these exciting games.

In Galaxy Grand Prix, your kids can join a race against other players, start their own race, or race against BFFs! Your kids can choose the car they want and then are off racing through the galaxy! Whoever finishes with the shortest time wins the match!

Your kids can choose their favorite spaceship to race with!

Read more about playing head-to-head!