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M*A*T*H*S Circus

DOS - 1992

Alt name MATHS Circus
Year 1992
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Educational
Publisher Greygum Software
Developer Greygum Software
4.13 / 5 - 108 votes

Description of M*A*T*H*S Circus

Definitely one of the best math titles ever made, M*A*T*H*S Circus is a collection of puzzle-like math-oriented activities for all ages.

Although it may appear to be a program for young kids, don't let the circus themes fool you. The themes actually serve as clever hooks for problems and puzzles that cover many more subjects than math, and will appeal to math buffs of all ages. The Trapeze activity, for example, teaches you about pendulums, while Captain Blunthead in Cannon Shoot (my favorite game in this one) teaches about propulsion, angles, and more.

There are twelve puzzles/activities in all, each with five levels of difficulty that range from very simple (for pre-schoolers) to very challenging (even for teachers and parents). The problems range widely in type, involving spatial reasoning, perceiving patterns in size, order or time, and manipulating a number of variables in order to help the circus performers do their tricks.

With excellent game design, a wide variety of fun and original games, multiple difficulty levels, and superb educational value, M*A*T*H*S Circus is a must-have for parents looking for a solid math title, as well as gamers who don't mind a little mental exercise once in a while. Revised in early 1997, M*A*T*H*S Circus is now offered in a Windows 3.1/95 version with enhanced graphics and sounds, as well as support for players with disability. The series is also alive and well, with many sequels (called "Acts") being released on almost a yearly basis.

Highly recommended, and a worthy induction into our hallowed Halls of Belated Fame.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

Skippy 2020-06-18 0 point

Played since 90’s

AFP 2018-03-16 11 points

Played this to death in school. Wonder if all Toronto schools had this game or something.

Chi 2017-09-19 -4 points

How do you can play this game?

likefo 2017-09-13 -1 point

I want it was good thank

Bunny 2016-05-25 5 points

omfg this game was my childhood. This, and Doom, got me into computers around 93

help 2015-12-07 -9 points

how do u run this game?

Unknown 2015-04-25 0 point DOS version

What is a "input run-time module path"?

TRUBLE PANS 2015-01-28 0 point DOS version

I have played it before it was awssome

TRUBLE PANS 2015-01-28 1 point DOS version

I saw this game at my school

Bloom 2015-01-26 2 points DOS version

I was able to run this in dosbox but you seem to be missing the extensions for the trapeze, elephant and traffic lights... any help would be greatl appreciated!

math pro 2014-10-09 -1 point DOS version

I love disssssssss game!!!!

ian 2014-03-24 0 point DOS version

this game is hard and by the way you need a system speaker for this unless you have a soundblaster or soundblaster 16

Pie 2014-01-24 0 point DOS version

Use vmware Windows 95 or MS-DOS

Moby 2013-08-01 -6 points DOS version

Yeah, compatibility failure, help me on this one PLZ

Anh Duy 2013-04-05 0 point DOS version


Kruger 2012-12-06 1 point DOS version

Math circus is pretty good

Tao 2012-01-25 4 points DOS version

Is anyone able to run this in Windows 7?? I am having trouble :(

Dion 2009-04-13 0 point DOS version

This game is awesome!!!!!

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