Valgetal and Matego-
Freeware!

-Playing with numbers---

- -Valgetal

Already from 1994, and probably the best math computergame that exists!

 Valgetal challenges you to complete basic math equations by controlling the placement of falling numbers. If you create a vertical column of three blocks, the number on top must be the sum of the two below it. If it isn't, you are penalised by a reduction in the size of the container, which immediately makes it harder to control successive blocks precisely. There are 20 progressively difficult levels to begin with, in each of the four math disciplines. A high-score board lets you post your name and results. The game's name means ''falling numbers'' in Dutch: English, Friesian, Dutch, German and Spanish interfaces are included. Although it's great fun, it's also an addictive learning tool that educators and students should check out!Download Valgetal (764 Kb, new version 3.3, for all Windows) Valgetal msdos (54 kb ) Valgetal-msdos and Valgebra can also be played in Android with a tablet or smarth phone: install the ms-dos emulator "Dosbox" in your Android and copy the files of Valgetal or Valgebra via a cable usb from your pc to your Android. World Championship Valgetal--------------)------ More info about Valgetal

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-Valgetal Tables

 )-------- In Valgetal Tables you practise the tables of multiplication in quite a different way. Like in Valgetal there are falling down blocks with numbers, but this time you must try to make columns of two. If you have chosen, for example, to practise with "8", and you place a 5 on the bottom, then you must put a 40 above it to complete the equation: 5 x 8 = 40. Like our other programs, its interface is in more languages and a High Scores list is included. You can choose to practise with 1 till 20. ----------------

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-Eurobloks

Screenshots: Netherlands Belgium Spain Germany

 Eurobloks is a challenging game in which you practise the change of the euro and the Spanish peseta, Dutch guilder, German mark or Belgian frank. In a rectangle are falling down blocks with numbers. The blue blocks represent euros and the green blocks the currency you have chosen in the main menu. The purpose is to make columns of a green and a blue block, but only if the values are the same. Otherwise you are penalized by a reduction in the size of the container, which will not make the game easier for you. You can play Eurobloks in English, German, Dutch, Spanish and Friesian.

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Valgebra

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 -- By playing with falling "x-components" and numbers you resolve a first grade equation. Quite a different and entertaining way to work with algebra! Ms-dos based (install yourself..) Screenshot--- Video--

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 We have decided to give away our educational programs for free, so more children (and grown ups.) can enjoy it. But if you like our programs and you use them a lot, perhaps you would like to support the maintenance and further development of our software by paying a voluntary donation... How much is up to you. Thank you!

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 If you still have a trial version, then you can transform it into the full working original version with a password. If you want to receive for free the passwords, send an email to: Latest development: Valgetal T-Shirt The newest version 3.3 of Valgetal is now available! We have renewed the appearance and the sound-effects of Valgetal, and also the way of calculating the high scores: an experienced player will now achieve the highest score starting in a high level. Valgetal cartoons Download page with all our software Thousands of schools use already our software: Students working with Valgetal (photo 40 Kb) Valgetal, tons of fun for real number crunchers (article from 3d2f.com editors) Valgetal in Facebook (means Valgetal)-_ My physics page www.sem.fusor.com (nuclear fusion possible in an rather easy way?) ----

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 -We would appreciate it very much if you made a link to our page: - - http://www.valgetal.com - - - - Thank you for your visit. If you have any question or comment, we would like to hear it! Don't hesitate to send us an E-mail or to write a comment into our guest book. Rinze Joustra ---- Joustra Software, Play and Learn!

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