Proportion

Proportion


This game tests your judgment capabilites.
The objective of this game is to express the area of a given shape through the area of another shape. For example, given is a square, and you have to adjust the size of a circle so that the circle has the same area as the square.

This may sound easy at the beginning, but as the shapes are getting more and more complex you often have to think twice because you have only three tries per level...

If you have a good spatial sense and like games like Slice it! this will be the right game for you.

- First version has 30 level. If you rate it 5 stars, more level will be added.
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About Proportion
This game tests your judgment capabilites.
The objective of this game is to express the area of a given shape through the area of another shape. For example, given is a square, and you have to adjust the size of a circle so that the circle has the same area as the square.

This may sound easy at the beginning, but as the shapes are getting more and more complex you often have to think twice because you have only three tries per level...

If you have a good spatial sense and like games like Slice it! this will be the right game for you.

- First version has 30 level. If you rate it 5 stars, more level will be added.

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A Google User
Dec 14, 2013
Really good I really like jow it teaches u good for learning.I use this game to help me in math:-)
A Google User
Dec 7, 2013
Awesome It makes your mind think even harder than I thought
A Google User
Dec 3, 2011
Fun with a huge error They should do it via percentage accurate and do it by levels so we don't start over every time.
A Google User
Dec 3, 2011
Fun with a huge error They should do it via percentage accurate and do it by levels so we don't start over every time.
Patty Fatty McButterpants
Dec 3, 2011
Fun with a huge error They should do it via percentage accurate and do it by levels so we don't start over every time.