Math Blaster!

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Math Blaster! is a 1983 edutainment video game, and the first entry in the "Math Blaster" series within the Blaster Learning System created by Davidson & Associates. The game was developed by former educator Jan Davidson.[2] It would be revised and ported to newer hardware and operating systems, with enhanced versions rebranded as Math Blaster Plus! (1987), followed by New Math Blaster Plus! (1990). A full redesign was done in 1993 as Math Blaster Episode I: In Search of Spot and again in 1996 as Mega Math Blaster.

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Math Blaster!
Apple II cover art
Developer(s)Davidson & Associates
Publisher(s)Davidson & Associates
Designer(s)Janice G. Davidson, Richard K Eckert Jr.[1]
Apple II, Atari 8-bit, C64, IBM PC

Apple II, MS-DOS, Apple IIGS, Amiga

New Plus:
DOS, Windows
Release1983 (Original)
1987 (Plus)
1990 (New Plus)

The game spawned other Math Blaster titles like Math Blaster Jr. and Math Blaster Mystery: The Great Brain Robbery, as well as math-related spin-offs like Alge Blaster and Geometry Blaster, and forays into other subjects like Reading Blaster, Word Blaster, Spelling Blaster, and Science Blaster Jr.