Game of the Week: Zapper

MBGoTW-ZapperWhere do the top Cadets of the ISP get their training for Red Alert Missions? At the Zapper simulator in the Math Academy! This special game allows you to experience what it is like in sitting in the cockpit during a Red Alert Mission and using your math skills to help destroy incoming asteroids that could potentially harm our ship! If you want to become as sharp as Max and GC are when they fly through the galaxy, then we highly recommend getting started on this Game of the Week mission!

Game of the Week: Zapper

MB-GoTW-ZapperZapper is the Math Academy’s go-to training station for Blasters wanting to practice their talents at Red Alert missions. To beat this game, you must be sharp with your mind and your reflexes. Use mental math to quickly determine which asteroids are projected for collision with Spaceport, and then use your arrow keys and spacebar to stop them in their tracks. The International Spaceport could always use stronger and wiser Cadets, so make sure to complete this week’s Blaster Mission and get some extra preparation for rapidly subtracting numbers.

Check out the Math Academy!

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Hey Blasters! While you’re on Holiday break from school, why not spend some time in the Math Academy? There’s tons to do, since it’s the place to go to play awesome games like Zapper and Hyperblast! Keep reading for more information about the different games and features in the Math Academy!

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Take Math Blaster With You Wherever Your Family Goes!

Are there days where your kids just can’t get enough of Math Blaster? Then make sure to check out all our available Math Blaster Mobile apps. That way, your kids can keep the Space Port safe even when they’re away from home! Stop by the iTunes App Store to get started with Math Blaster mobile, today!


Solve as many math problems as you can to finish the race!

HyperBlast is a fast-paced, single player racing game made for Blasters looking to get some extra practice with their math drills. In this app, Blasters race through a high-speed tunnel packed with all kinds of cosmic obstacles like those menacing math problems! Players have access to various levels including lessons in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

B-Force Blaster

Save the Spaceport by blasting through quick flying aliens, fireballs, and other targets!

B-force Blaster is an app of intergalactic intrigue, where your kids’ Blasters do all they can to protect the Math Blaster Space Port by zapping past aliens, targets and fireballs. This simple arcade style shoot game is filled with a ton of fast moving targets, so extra practice is always helpful. Although it’s not one of our math-focused classics, this app is sure to help better develop hand-eye coordination, focus, and fine motor skills.

Space Zapper

Defend the Space port while working on math drills!

Another math drill based app, space Zapper allows your kids’ Blasters to help defend the Space Port by blowing through approaching asteroids and using their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills! The app includes 20 different lessons, so your kids can keep learning while also practicing at levels they’ve already mastered.

With the approaching holiday season, any one of these apps would make an excellent travel game. Check them out and let us know what you think of Math Blaster’s mobile apps! All three apps are available now for iPad, iPhone, and the iPod touch.

Get Credits for Learning!

Learning is not only good for a Blaster’s brain, it’s good for a Blaster’s wallet, too! Now, when your children play math games in Math Blaster they will earn credits, which they can use to buy cool new items like furniture for their pod or color kits for their monster mutts. As they move through the levels of each game they play, their credit earnings increase. So the higher they go, the more credits they will receive. Below are our top four favorite places to earn credits and we think your children will agree!

Can your kids beat the clock in the fast-paced game of Bolt Cruncher? They must energize the robots before it’s too late! They’ll need to match fractions to other equal fractions, convert fractions to percentages and decimals, or match real life objects to their correct 3D shape.

When playing HyperBlast Training, your children have to avoid or destroy obstacles to get points. At the end of each round, they must face the math monster and select the correct answers to addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division equations. The more equations they solve correctly, the more blasts they earn!

Oozami teaches place values and counting money. Your kids have to turn on the switches to the correct answers, while trying not to plummet into the ooze below.

In Zapper Turret Training your children will save the universe from asteroids! This game requires them to work out different addition, subtraction, multiplication or division problems and shoot down the asteroid with the correct solution.

After your kids have thoroughly worked their brains to earn so many credits, they can go to the My Pod Store or Monster Mutt Accessories. They’ll discover the benefits of working hard as they pick out exciting new gizmos and gadgets! Each bed, lamp, and color kit they buy will represent a newly acquired math skill.

Learning addition let this Blaster add furniture like this bed to his pod!

Encourage your children to play a game in Math Blaster today and everyone will win! You’ll be happy they’re learning and your kids will be happy they’re earning!

What is Your Favorite Math Blaster Game?

The spaceship engineers at Math Blaster have been working hard to bring a variety of fun and exciting math games to the Blasters! Here is a list of what they have accomplished so far.

Galaxy Grand Prix: Your kids can build their own racetrack or race on a premade track in this exciting racing game. They can even play head-to-head against a buddy!

How fast can your Blaster go?

Click to see the rest of Math Blaster’s games!

What’s Your Child’s Favorite Part of Math Blaster?

Since the launch of the Math Blaster spaceship two weeks ago, your children have been working hard and putting their math skills to use to become part of the elite forces in the Intergalactic Space Patrol. We hope your kids have had some time to explore Math Blaster, and we want to know what they think! What is your child’s favorite part of Math Blaster?

Have your kids blasted through the high-speed tunnel to defeat alien math robots in HyperBlast Training?

Have they been able to shoot and destroy the rapidly approaching meteors in Zapper Turret Training?

Have your kids taken action during a Red Alert to help save the space station by playing the fun shooting game to destroy harmful debris?

Or do they simply like to sit and relax in the Ready Room to enjoy a Blaster video?

Which game are they playing the most? Do they enjoy watching the Blaster videos in the Ready Room? What other activities and games would your child like to have in Math Blaster? Let us know!