Numbalee is full of fun and exciting games for everyone to play: whether you’re looking to improve your maths skills, show them off, or just want to enjoy a good family game.
Numbalee holds a variety of challenging games for all the family and with over 12 games (and counting) to play, there’s something for everyone.
Click on the 13 games below for a brief description of how to play. Detailed instructions come with the game.
A fast paced numbers game. Compete with friends and family to test your maths skills. Choose a game rule, calculate sums and insert your number tiles into the grid to show the sums. The first player to use all of their tiles wins.
Play darts with the 12 sided number die. Choose a starting number to count down from. Take it in turns to throw the die, add the numbers together then deduct from the running total. The first player to reach 0 wins.
NUMBALEE LINES PLUS
Take it in turns to throw the number dice. If you match a number on your dice by a direct match to a number tile or if you can make the number thrown by adding your number tiles together then remove the number tiles from your line.
Players compete to try and use all their tiles as quickly as they can. The player who uses all their tiles first wins.
NUMBALEE NUMBER RUN AND COLOUR MATCH
A game of chance and skill. Use your coloured number tiles to create number runs and colour runs. The first player to use all of their number tiles wins.
Show off your maths skills with Numbalee Block. Spot the sums and collect the tiles. The one with the most tiles at the end wins.
A fun game where players race to pass a chosen number. Use the 12 sided number die. Players take it in turns to throw the die, add up the numbers and keep a running total. The first player to surpass the starting number wins.
Test your memory and speed, in this fast paced memory game. Remember the correct number sequence and win points.
This a quick game of skill and luck. Players compete with each other to try and make the smallest number with their tiles. The player who makes the smallest number wins.
A quick game of skill and luck. Players compete with each other to try and make the highest number with their tiles. The player who makes the highest number wins.
Compete with opponents to see who can use their number tiles to create as many matches of the chosen number they can, using addition only. The player with the most matches wins.
Compete with opponents to see who can use their number tiles to create as many matches of the chosen number they can, using subtraction only. The player with the most matches wins.
Players compete to try and make as many Prime numbers as they can with their number tiles. The player who makes the most Prime numbers wins.