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By rbyrnetech@hotmail.com (Mr. Byrne) on Educational Games
Math Moves U has three levels of difficulty; grade 6 or lower, grade 7, and grade 8 or higher. To play the game students choose from one of eight customizable characters to be in the game. Then the player walks through scenery, along the way they are confronted by math problems that appear in boxes above the character's head. Points are earned by answering math questions correctly.