Numbers Up! Volcanic Panic v2

Developer: EdAlive

Current Version: 2.0.8

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 171 MB - Download


Mastering the world of numbers! Ages 5 – 15 years

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and percentages, ratio and proportion and numeration
8,000 activities across 33 progressive levels

Master the world of numbers and outwit your competitors in this exciting single and multiplayer game! With powerful diagnostic and reporting capabilities, this curriculum-rich board game adventure will zero in on your child’s learning needs.

• Target your child’s individual learning needs
• Monitors your child’s progress with detailed printable reports
• Correlated to your child’s mathematics curriculum
• Simple, kid-friendly animated interface that enhances self-directed learning
• Enhances reasoning skills and develops flexible problem-solving strategies

Your plane has just crash-landed on a volcanic island that’s about to blow! Race round the island grabbing fuel canisters and, with some sneaky strategy and some luck, you’ll zoom off in the jet-powered escape pod. Complete activities to earn credits, buy sneaky gadgets and get the fuel, but watch out! Quick Quiz Squares, Prison, and other surprises could see someone else grab the escape pod, while you’re left with the life raft.

Numbers Up! Volcanic Panic uses a carefully crafted progression of activities that begins with basic knowledge and introduces new concepts gradually, extending students at their own pace. The educational content covers numeration (including counting and place value), addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions (including decimals and percentage), ratio & proportion

• Complements Numbers Up! Baggin’ the Dragon, together covering over 90% of the curriculum
• Students choose an appropriate starting level and then advance at their own pace
• 8,000 activities across 33 progressive levels
• Builds a solid foundations to promote mental maths power and agility
• Includes a broad range of interactive activities for all learning styles
• Includes word problems, algorithms, number quizzes, multiple-choice, maths patterns
• Enhances reasoning skills and develops flexible problem-solving strategies
• Supports and strengthens learning by employing constant positive feedback
• Great for both group work and individual learning, in the classroom or at home
• For detailed curriculum correlations, go to

• Customisable for individual players
• Set the ability level and individually enabling or disabling different maths categories
• Powerful administration features that can track the results of up to 10 users
• Display, export and print detailed user statistics
• Create and allocate different content settings for each user
• Search for specific questions by number or title
• Create, save and load custom content selections
• Monitors each child’s progress for the targeting of individual needs
• Ability level set according to age
• Game length can be varied by either the number of turns or duration in minutes
• Games in progress can be saved, enabling students to play and learn over multiple sessions
• Customise user profiles with a huge range of cool user icons
• Concentrate on areas needing attention with Questions Only mode
• Simple, kid-friendly animated interface that enhances self-directed learning

• BESSIE Awards – Upper Elementary Math
• EDDIE Awards – Early Elementary Math
• National Parenting Center – Seal of Approval


Release Notes:

Fixed font issues that caused the text in some questions to display incorrectly on Lion systems.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.0.7
Review by JasonJJR

the best game ever - this is a fun game to play and it helps you to learn addition subtraction multiplication and division thank you have a nice day

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.0.8
Review by ChouDoufu

Fun family computer "board game" that teaches math - This game is basically the same concept as Numbers Up's Baggin' the Dragon. You can read my detailed review for that game as most of applies to this as well. If you are considering getting either this or Baggin' the Dragon, get this game. Many of the questions in both games are the same. Game play is similar, you roll dice, move around a game board and answer questions to win points and collect fuel before the volcano blows. Like Baggin' the Dragon, the questions presented to the player are determined by the player's age, allowing different ages to play and compete together, which is the the best feature of these games. Volcanic Panic, however, adds additional features that make game play in Volcanic Panic more competitive than Baggin' the Dragon and also keep it more interesting. Volcanic Panic adds an equipment store where you can purchase different items with collected points. Some or one-time use items, others have permanent effects. They can be used to increase your moves, increase points collected, get out of jail free, steal items from other players, switch positions with other players, etc. This makes the game more engaging than Baggin' the Dragon. While my son and I like the fantasy theme of Baggin the Dragon better than the Escape-the-Island theme of Volcanic Panic, we enjoy the game play of Volcanic Panic more. Baggin the Dragon gets old after a while. Volcanic Panic injects at least a little bit of strategy into the game. In short I recommend that: if you have neither game, get Volcanic Panic. if you have Baggin the Dragon, you might want to "upgrade" to Volcanic Panic to continue to benefit from the practice math problems by keeping things fresh and bringing new strategic elements to the game play. If you have Volcanic Panic, I see no point in buying Baggin the Dragon unless you really want to play the same game, with fewer features, but with a fantasy theme.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 2.0.8
Review by TheRealSteveLee

Great Mix of Learning and Fun - My son Zachary enjoys playing 10-20 questions each night before bed, gives him something to look forward to. He almost always wins the computer (with a little help sometimes) but that's good that the computer wins once in a while so it doesn't feel rigged. We've only gotten to level 2 of age 5-6 but the content seems well organized so far. We also have Baggin' the Dragon and the games are very similar but the content is different so that you're not answering the same questions. It is worth getting both games if anyone has that question. Good Job EdAlive!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people