

Scoring: Less than 120 points = 0 stickers 
240 points = 6 stickers 
The Object of the game is to find out what "x" is. Five possible choices are offered at the bottom of the game. You are shown three examples. Each example contains four singledigit numbers in small purple panels and a resulting answer in a larger purple panel. For each game, there is a randomly selected “PATH” with a starting point (shown by purple arrow). From the starting point, move along the path and perform an operation (Add, Subtract, Multiply or Divide) on each path segment to arrive at the answer. Early rounds supply a PATH HINT with a starting point and some operational hints. Once you have determined the correct path and operations that work on all three examples, apply your approach to the four numbers in the RED panels, and select the answer (x) from the five choices shown at the bottom of the game. There are four rounds, with 15 games in each round. As you progress, you will be presented with increasing levels of challenge:
Earn 60 points for each correct answer for a maximum of 360 points per game. There are six levels, with a level change every 60 points. A game ends when you earn the maximum 360 points or when you make a certain number of mistakes.
A mistake is shown as a white X on the middle left of the play area. At the end of each game, points are converted to stickers per the scoring schedule shown above. You can earn a maximum of 720 stickers in this module.

