This game is a variation of Four-In-A-Row, and focusses on squares, cubes, square and cube roots. The product contains the game board and playing cards. The 16 playing cards have a variety of examples. Students will work with an opponent. They shuffle the cards, and turn one over. They solve the problem listed on the card they turned over and will place a game marker on that answer. The game continues until the entire game board is covered with markers. The scoring is as follows: 4 in a row gets 4 points, and 3 in a row gets 3 points. The player with the higher score wins.