There are several ways that Multiplication Blocks differs from the typical “game” that provides times tables practice:
• It’s a real and engaging game, not a speed drill
• It uses repetition to reinforce practice: only a defined set of products and digits used
• It provides immediate feedback via sounds and graphics when players destroy target blocks
• Each level has a time limit, along with the falling target block
• It encourages persistence: players can keep attempting to find answers, even if they have to guess
• It allows for failure, as there are no penalties for wrong answers
• The game gradually increases in Difficulty: levels increase in target product and use higher digits

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