Make 24

by Novel Games Limited

An interactive online game that tests math skills by creating equations to total 24 with playing cards

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Novel Games Limited

Release : Make 24 1.5.1

Antivirus check: passed

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"Make 24" is an engaging software that poses a challenge for both poker enthusiasts and math geniuses. Can you construct equations that result in the number 24 by combining arithmetic signs and parentheses with playing cards? Each round, the game randomly deals you four cards, as well as the arithmetic signs for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and a pair of parentheses.

The cards carry numerical values equivalent to their respective numbers. For instance, an Ace is equal to 1, a Jack is 11, a Queen is 12, and a King is 13. You need to drag all the dealt cards onto the blackboard located below and then select the appropriate arithmetic signs from the lower-left corner to create a formula that equals 24. You can rearrange the placement of the items on the board by dragging them around.

  • A stimulating challenge that tests your skills in mathematics and logic.
  • The ability to manipulate cards and arithmetic signs to create equations.
  • An interactive blackboard to organize and reorganize your equations.
  • A 60-second countdown to add excitement to the challenge.
  • A scoring system based on efficiency and speed in solving puzzles.

Once you've finished, click the "Submit" button located in the lower-right corner to check your formula's validity. If your formula is incorrect, you'll need to rearrange the items once again to continue. Each round is limited to 60 seconds, as indicated by the timer in the upper-right corner of the board. When the time runs out, a possible answer is displayed, but you'll lose 3000 points. Turn your cards into equations using your arithmetic sleight of hand with the "Make 24" software!

"Make 24" software enhances your mathematical and logical abilities through an engaging puzzle game.
Operating system: Windows 7 or later
Minimum 1GB RAM required
50MB of free hard disk space
Graphic card that supports DirectX 9.0c and above

Engaging challenge blending math and poker.
Allows manipulation of equations interactively.
60-second countdown adds excitement.

Limited to only arithmetic operations, lacks complexity.
Scoring system can be frustrating for slow solvers.
60-second time limit may feel too restrictive.