The objective of the game is to apply the procedures for integer operations.
Before your turn ends , the player needs to give the answer of the given problem found in the square, if answered incorrectly you must return to the square you were on and play goes to the next player. (your opponent will determine if the question was answered wrong)
Play is similar to “Snakes and Ladders”.
The ladders on the board allow the players to accelerate. If the piece land exactly on a square that shows an image of the ladders bottom, then you may move your game piece up to the square at the top of the ladder. But you must first answer BOTH questions correct to use the ladder
However, Snakes will move you back because you have to slide down them. If you land at the mouth of a snake, slide your piece all the way to the square at the bottom of the snake. BUT if you can answer BOTH questions correctly your opponent (whoever is furthest ahead) MUST move to the bottom of YOUR snakes tail. You will remain at it’s head.