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A two-player strategy game involving factors and multiples.

Each player takes it in turn to go.

Click on the link below to play the game.

Play Line 'em Up Factors and Multiples
Line 'em Up Factors and Multiples


The reds have got two rows of 3. Best viewed in full screen mode: press F11 if you are using Internet Explorer or Firefox.

Type in your names. Click on the go button to play the game.

The aim is to get as many of your polygon people in line as possible.

The lines can go horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Scores: 3 in line scores 10 points, 4 in line 50 points, 5 in line 100 points, 6 in line 200 points.

4 + 6 = 10
The factor is 10

Players take it in turns to click on one of the multiples in the grid.
First select your factor by dragging one of the rectangles. The factor is the sum of the two numbers in the rectangles. In the example, on the left, the rectangle has been dragged to the 6 to make 4 + 6 = 10.
Once a rectangle has been selected the other one can't be dragged.

Click on the multiple of 10 you want in the grid. In the example, on the right, the 30 has been selected.

30 is a multiple of 10 so a polygon person will fill the square.

Players have to think ahead: which numbers do you want to leave for your opponent?

30 is a multiple of 10.
30 has been selected
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