Splat Math is a fun math game!

Time to ditch the boring flashcards and improve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills with this fun game! Splat Math is an engaging way for everyone to drill mental math problems while using entertaining game mechanics.

Unlike tests, quizzes, and multiple-choice exam questions Splat Math makes math drills challenging and enjoyable for students trying to learn math and adults wanting to do some review. In the options users can choose between a practice gameplay mode where the speed can be slowed down enough for most first grade students doing arithmetic, or users can play the normal game mode and compete on the leaderboards for the highest score and achievements.

With high-stakes standardized tests, college entrance exams, and even pre-employment qualifications requiring memorization of basic mathematical operations Splat Math can help people improve scores and help develop number sense.

Elementary teachers can also benefit from using this app in the classroom because it aligns with common core and state math standards in the elementary grades.

  • 1st and 2nd Grades: Add and subtract within 20. Work with addition and subtraction equations.
  • 3rd Grade: Develop an understanding of the meanings of multiplication and division of whole numbers. Solve problems involving the four operations, and identify and explain patterns in arithmetic.
  • 4th Grade: Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems.

Initially addition is unlocked in the game, and after scoring enough points all four operators will eventually be unlocked. Optionally, the full game can be unlocked instantly via a small in app purchase.

Track Progress or Adjust the Speed in the Options.

A Perfect Balance Between Fun and Education

A message about data privacy

Unity Analytics collects gameplay and device data if you are a player of games made with Unity. Unity collects this information to improve Unity-built games by providing analytics, diagnostic, and usage information to developers.

Unity Analytics generates an anonymized user ID for each user in the game. Unity does not use any of these IDs generated from Child Apps (such as Splat Math) to track users across apps built by other developers or to map users between different services, devices, or browsers on the same computer. In addition to these IDs, Unity Analytics also collects the following personal information from Child App users: IP address, identifiers for advertisers (IDFA is only collected if Unity Ads is also enabled) and device identifiers (IDFV, Android device ID or IMEI if Android device ID is unavailable).

Unity’s use of the personal information identified above is limited to providing app-level analytics for the application’s developer and analyzing and reporting anonymized and aggregate-level information about devices, apps and the game industry (for example, the percentage of devices using a certain operating system or the percentage of certain devices by regions). This aggregate-level data contains no personal information. IF advertisements are enabled, Unity may use information about a user collected by Unity Analytics from that Child App to serve contextual advertising within that Child App.

When apps use Unity Ads, Unity displays a notice to the player the first time an ad is shown on their phone giving them the option to opt in or out of personally identifiable information collection. Subsequent ads also display a button that users can use to manage their data privacy options. Splat Math offers the same opt out options if the user clicks on “Open Data Privacy Page” as found in the app’s settings menu.

Information obtained from Unity analytics may include:
  • Device attributes: information such as the operating system, hardware and software versions, platform, screen size, and CPU/graphics characteristics.
  • Usage data: information about how you use the application. For example, day of first session, day of last session, session length.
  • Location data: specifically, the country.
  • In-app purchase data: if you perform financial transactions (such as when you make a purchase in a game), we collect information about the purchase. This includes purchase amounts and number of purchases.
  • Custom event game data these are specific in-game events that some games collect, and are contextual to the game. For example, level start, enemy count, player health are all examples of custom event data.
  • Identifiers and network: device IDs and IP address. Note that for security purposes, we do not expose this information.

Unity also uses the data to allow game developers and publishers to tune their games for player devices and create personalized gaming experiences.

Unity is committed to the responsible collection and use of player data - and enhancing privacy safeguards.


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