Official SMART Adventures Mission Math 2 Assignment Memo
To: All SMART Agents
From: Agent Alpha, Executive Director, Science Math and Radical Technology (SMART) Agency
Date: February 19, 2015
Re: Your next Mission Math assignment
Following new developments in the case that began with Sabotage at the Space Station, the SMART Agency requires your immediate assistance on an archaeological dig. Artifacts are disappearing, scaffolding is collapsing, our agents are in turmoil, and everyone is in Peril…at the Pyramids!
SMART needs your math expertise to get to the bottom of this dire situation. Please activate your iPad and report to the dig site as soon as possible. Upon your arrival, you will meet with the agents and scientists stationed there, explore the pyramid, and use your knowledge of arithmetic, order of operations, prime and composite numbers, perimeter and area, geometry, basic statistics and probability, long division, spatial rotation, and more to solve the mystery. We’ve got problems to solve – let’s go!
About S.M.A.R.T. Adventures® Mission Math
SMART Adventures Mission Math is a trailblazing series of fun and educational games that utilize an epic story arc and a series of mysteries to encourage continued math practice and the development of problem-solving skills. Each player is the star of the game and part of a team that works together to solve the mystery. The games provide a safe, secure environment with no ads or in-app purchases and no additional modules to purchase to finish the game.
This second game in the SMART Adventures Mission Math series, for players age 10 and up, is a sequel to SMART Adventures Mission Math 1: Sabotage at the Space Station, which received praise from USA Today, Common Sense Media, GeekDad, and many parents, teachers, and girls who experienced the mission firsthand. Agents who have not yet completed Sabotage at the Space Station can download it free from the App Store for a limited time.
The SMART Adventures series is created by Kata Enterprises, a privately held educational game development company that seeks to empower girls to become self-assured and educated in math, science, and technology, and developed in collaboration with game development studio Engine Software, a veteran independent development studio based in the Netherlands. Founded in 1995, Engine Software has worked on over 120 games for over 10 different platforms. Built around a core team of classic “started in the attic” video game developers and trusted by clients worldwide, Engine Software is one of the most versatile and flexible studios on the planet.