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RGH Games unleashes the Math Mage

Jordanian developer releases educational iPad mathematics game

RGH Games unleashes the Math Mage
In the game players have to use maths to defeat monsters.

Jordan-based RGH Games has launched a new educational game for the iPad2.

The developer, part of Rubicon Holding Group, has launched ‘The Math Mage' to help young players sharpen their mathematics skills.

The 3D game tasks players with mental arithmetic as magic, to defeat monsters and progress through a fantasy world. The game features full 3D graphics, and more than 200 maths equations and four difficulty levels.

The game was based on a concept created by RGH art director Thomas Williams, and developed by RGH in Amman under the guidance of RGH Game Producer Amer Sayyed and mathematics and education specialist Bakarat Alshehab, MSc., High Diploma, BSc.

The game is available now from the iPad App Store, in the education category, for $1.99, and the team plans an Android version in future.

"The Math Mage game takes children on a journey of excitement that not only entertains game players but helps to sharpen their math skills along the way. We are thrilled with this latest release and applaud our games division for  creatively infusing magic into numbers and math, and furthering the RGH mission to bring the world all you can imagine," said Ayoubi.

RGH Games is based in Amman, with offices in Dubai and other studios in LA and Manila.

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