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About this gameThose pesky twins, Sin and Cos, have kidnapped all the numbers! Can you help Agent Tan rescue them? An educational game aimed at 6-8 year-olds (more or less), fully voiced and containing some terrible jokes and even worse singing, adults may enjoy it too (it's a quick play through for adults!). There is also some randomisation of puzzles to add replay value and learning points for the kiddies.
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This charming little number was made as an educational maths game aimed at kids. While the screenshot tells you everything you need to know about the graphics, it's done its job in the fun department. The game follows agent Tan trying to track down the evil twins Sin and Cos who have kidnapped a bunch of numbers (presumably for multiplication purposes). He goes off on a tangent in order to rescue the numbers and to help him you must solve a number of maths-based problems. I actually got one wrong and am now considering reapplying for primary school.