Arithmogriph generates mathematical puzzles, that can be solved by thinking logically. You can save and load your game sessions. Print Arithmogriph puzzles to solve away from your computer! You can also play against other people over a network.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:11
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Arithmogriph generates mathematical puzzles, that can be solved by thinking logically. The puzzle consists of three horizontal and three vertical equations in which the numbers are replaced by symbols. Each term in the equation consists of a three-digit number. Your task is to discover the number that each symbol represents.A solution grid helps you in the process of solving the puzzle. You can use bookmarks to save your solution status and reload it later. Additionally, you can save the whole game to a file and load it again later.You can play Arithmogriph over a network against other human opponents. Each player in a network game has to solve the same puzzle.You do not necessarily need use a computer to solve Arithmogriph puzzles. Just print one or more puzzles. You have the option to print the puzzle solutions. The solutions will be printed on a separate page. You also have the option to print a solution grid beneath each puzzle.
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