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TuxMath Tutorial – Free Math Games For Children

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TuxMath is also know as Tux of Math Command. It is a free program and can be downloaded at:


TuxMath runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Unix and Linux. There are updates that come regularly, so check back with the site often for the new program. Also, the program is open source with the code available for free download. So, all of the game programmers can take a look at the code and see how the game is programmed.

There are two games in TuxMath the first is comet zap (missile command) and the other is Factoroids (Asteroids). The game play on comet zap is well done with good graphics, sound effects and music. Factoroids can be a bit frustrating at times because it can be hard to dodge the asteroids, type the answers and fire the laser without being destroyed.

The Math Command Training Academy has levels broken down in a way that teachers can find a level that closely matches their existing math lesson plans.


  1. Mano eu joguei isso no pc da escola quando estava no 4-5 ano do ensino fundamental skksksguwebjd que nostalgia

  2. Not able to get source code from Tux4kids. 🙁 Is there any similar games that I can get source code from? I would like to get into game programming and just finished most of the tutorials at SchoolFreeware. Can you point me to the right direction? Thanks.

  3. I was unable to run TuxMath on MacOSX Yosemite, unfortunatly.

  4. How can this be installed on OS X 10.7.5? It quits when I launch version 1.8.0.


  6. How i play tux math game in jio phone

  7. I use to play this in school a long time ago. It was fun.

  8. i used to play this as a toddler/little kid and a bunch of other tux games. it’s really weird to say, but i miss those days

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