24® Game Version 2.0, Featuring New Multiplayer Option, Now Available For iOS and Android Devices

Leading Math Game with Over 10 Million Players Redesigned With New Challenges and Modes of Play, Global Competition; Free Upgrades for Version 1.0 Users

Aug 04, 2015, 09:07 ET from Suntex International

EASTON, Pa., Aug. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Suntex International, creator of the 24® Game and the First in Math® online program, today announced the release of the 24 Game Version 2.0 for iOS and Android mobile devices. Now available in the Apple iTunes store and the Google Play store, the 24 Game app offers new multiplayer action that lets players compete against their Facebook friends or against other competitors worldwide in head-to-head challenges.

The Original 24 Game, introduced in 1988, has grown into a complete line of math education tools used by more than 10 million students worldwide. Proven to engage kids and adults of all ability levels, the 24 Game helps players not only to become fluent in math fundamentals, but also to grow as critical thinkers and problem solvers.

The 24 Game App's new multiplayer feature captures the excitement of competition and promotes a sense of community. The Single Player mode enables unlimited practice to prep for venturing out to the Multiplayer Mode via Facebook or Global challenges.

"The updated 24 Game Version 2.0 for iOS and Android works just like the card game everybody loves—solve your card faster to win that card and earn points," said Barbara Asteak, vice president of Suntex International. "As players win cards and accumulate points, they can climb the leaderboard, view their global rankings, and see how their stats stack up against other players worldwide."

In addition to the new multiplayer option, the game offers 130 new and never before seen cards—along with a few hidden gems. Other improvements include:

  • Players receive Bonus Points by unlocking Achievement Awards
  • Unlimited practice time for each difficulty level in Single Player mode, allowing players to beat their best time and track their average response time
  • 324 card combinations in total, appropriate for players of all skill levels
  • A completely redesigned and optimized experience for smartphone/tablet use

"We're very excited about this major reentry into the consumer app market," said Robert Sun, CEO of Suntex. "Stay tuned—we have a deep pool of engaging math games currently featured on our First In Math website that we will be developing for the app market."

The 24 Game Version 2.0 for iOS is available as a new download for $1.99 in the Apple iTunes store, and for $0.99 in the Google Play store; upgrades from Version 1.0 in iOS are free.

About the 24® Game:
Introduced in 1988 as a card game and now expanded for use on iOS and Android mobile devices, the 24® Game is one of the best-known and loved math education games of all time. Simple to understand and fun to play, the true value of the 24 Game lies in its rigorous approach to thinking and problem solving. Its open-ended play allows multiple approaches to finding solutions, yet requires fact and procedural fluency in all four math operations. Playing the 24 Game encourages every child to nurture a love and joy for math. Invented by Robert Sun, CEO of Suntex International, the 24 Game has been played by more than 10 million students worldwide. For more information or to order 24 Game products, visit www.24game.com.

About First in Math:
First in Math is a dynamic, self-paced online program that helps students in grades K-8 master basic through advanced math skills via engaging, exciting game-based activities. Developed and distributed by Suntex International, First in Math uses deep practice techniques and instant feedback to supplement the classroom curriculum and motivate students to practice math in the same way they practice sports, music or other activities they enjoy. The program is sold to private and public schools and school districts on a per-student annual subscription basis. Suntex is a private company headquartered in Easton, PA. For more information, visit www.firstinmath.com.

 

SOURCE Suntex International