Number Delver Presskit

Developer:
Hackranch, LLC
North Carolina, USA

Release date:
August 17, 2020

Platforms:
Android: Google Play

iOS: Apple App Store

Website:
https://www.hackranch.com/number_delver

Price:
Free to download, US$3.99 (or local equivalent) to unlock all game modes and content settings

Description

Number Delver is a fast-paced arcade game designed to challenge your mathematical skills. The friendly Delver must collect the answers on each board that match a designated target, in categories such as “multiples,” “factors,” and “equality.” The enemy Ignorunts will try to foil your plans, but you can defeat them with multiple types of power-ups.

Number Delver also aims to demonstrate that lesser-used and endangered languages have a place in interactive media, and actively develops and integrates new interface translations. In addition to global languages like English, Chinese, Spanish, and French, players can also learn and play through languages like Frisian, Irish, and Lakota!

Number Delver is free to download and contains no ads. The “multiples” game type is free to play. A single in-app purchase unlocks other content types and settings options to customize the learning experience for different grade levels.

Features

  • Completely customizable gameplay, from math content to game challenge
  • Zany graphics and sound effects and a groovy soundtrack
  • Five different enemies use multiple strategies to try to defeat you
  • Slapstick power-ups such as ice cubes and bombs
  • Save high scores in a Hall of Fame

Available Languages

  • Basque
  • Catalan
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • English
  • French
  • Frisian (West)
  • Hausa
  • Irish
  • Italian
  • Lakota
  • Luxembourgish
  • Norwegian
  • Portuguese (Brazilian)
  • Portuguese (Europe)
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Serbian
  • Slovak
  • Spanish (Europe)
  • Spanish (Latin America)
  • Ukrainian

Screenshots (English)

Screenshots (Other Languages)

Logos and Icons

Credits

Derek Lackaff
Game Design and Production, Hackranch

Marcos T. Quijada
Code and Graphics

Martin Wold Lande
Sound Design and Music