Developer: Red Octopus GmbH

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 674.3 MB - Download


2weistein – The Curse of the Red Dragon

Educational software: Training maths in the game "2weistein - The Curse of the Red Dragon" with 18 training units (bonus).

Update October, 8th 2013: The game in the AppStore is only fully compatible with OSX 10.5 to 10.7.!

This unique game combines in a fantastic way fun, entertainment, action and – yes, mathematical training!

Watch the Trailer and Ingame Videos here: http://www.redoctopus.de.

2weistein – The Curse of the Red Dragon is attractive for anyone who likes to train his mathematical skills and the brain, up from about 8 years till 99 – it’s always necessary to count and to train in order to have a vital brain. You need a basic knowledge of the time tables to solve the tasks and some know how of addition, substraction, multiplication and division. To make it easy to success there are different levels, automatically adapted to the specific knowledge of the player. Some tasks help as well to control impulsiveness, hyperactivity and inattention, others train the short-term memory and concentration. And many more skills and challenges ...!

This award-winning game was produced with native professional English speakers, story and tasks are written and told, so that you can follow easily. Contents were proved by professionals, teachers and psychologists and evaluated with children and adults.

The game is in 3D, so you have really the impression to be in the adventure. The whole story is a great adventure in 5 levels in beautifully designed surroundings. You have the choice to play it as Celestine, beautiful and clever princess of Asban or as Bernard, clever and smart hero. 2weistein, the little dragon, is always on your side and gives you some useful hints. Einstein was a mathematical genius, 2weistein tries to be one ... Well, he’s on a good way with your help!

You play, guess and count while having fun, training your skills and mathematical knowledge – you will be surprised how much you love maths! You can play the game with the keyboard or with your controller. No internet needed.

About the story:

All was peace and quite in Asban and the whole land of Trillion – until that day on which the gates remainded closed, as if by ghostly hand, and other strange things happened. The mean magician Godron has stolen the book „Mathematica“ from the creator of Trillion, and has cast an evil spell over the city: a ban on mathematics. Godron wants to gain power over the whole land and transform the world according to his will. But there are the brave heroes Bernard and Celestine with their friend 2weistein who want to put a stop to Godron to keep Trillion peaceful and beautiful, and no on is ever to be afraid again!

Fight and count as Bernard or Celestine and help the inhabitants to make their world save and free. Where are you waiting for? The inhabitants of Trillion will be forever grateful towards their heroes!

Bonus Material: 18 training units!

As a special add-on you have 18 training-levels, you can play them seperately from the game. Here you can rehearse your mathematical basic knowledge, some units help to control impulsiveness, hyperactivity and inattention, others train the short-term memory and concentration. These tasks were developped for all players who want to train more detailled without the game and for players with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

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Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by Macpro2011

BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - This is the best teacher of mathematics. GET IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Found helpful by 4 out of 11 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by Macpro2011

Not Bad - It used to work with my old osx wihich was mountin lion but now i got maveriks and it blows. Everytime i open the softwere, it quits unenxpecticly.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people