The highly rated Fashion Math Pro game designed especially for girls, previously available only on the iPhone, now available for the Android.
Fashion Math Pro is one of the only games specifically designed to make learning math fun and exciting for girls! Girls start off by getting Credits for solving math equations in the Stars game, once they get the credits they can then buy items to dress up their Fashion Doll
Once the girls dress up their Fashion Doll, they can take her picture to show their friends. The images can be view though the built in Photo Gallery or directly from the image file stored in the "fashionmath" directory on your phone's SD card.
With over 250 of dresses, hairstyles, shoes, purses, pets and backgrounds, girls will be constantly inspired to play the Stars math game so they can change the accessories.
Settings: There are three items that can be adjusted in the settings screen.
* The first setting is the numbers to use in the equations. This is a slider that allows you to select the highest number to use in the equations. Players will receive more credits per correct answer, in the stars game, as this setting is increased.
* The second setting is the type of Question. This allows you to select either Addition or Subtraction.
* The third setting allows you to turn the sound on or off.
Earn Credits (Stars Game): The Stars game will ask five questions based on the preferences defined in the Settings and display six stars for each question. Girls then select the star with the correct answer.
Players earn credits for each correct answer and lose credits for each wrong answer.
Dress Up: Once players earn credits, they can then go to the Dress Up section to purchase new hair, dresses, shoes, purses, pets and background for their Fashion Doll.
Fashion Math was inspired by my desire to create a game that would make learning math fun and exciting for my daughters.
Fashion Math Pro requires permission to access your Phones SD Card to save images of the Fashion Dolls.
Corrected another issue that has caused people to experience crashes