Tables Grab

Player 1

0

Use the following keys:

'W' to move up.
'S' to move down.
'A' to move left
'D' to move right.


This is a game for two players (the player names are editable). First choose the times table you want to practice by clicking a link below. The idea is to then find the multiples in the correct order by moving the token over the multiple before the other player does.

46
6
50
51
47
111
104
105
73
95
124
113
4
20
115
3
25
39
31
23
35
94
76
1
140
144
87
70
69
74
9
56
44
143
138
32
65
42
131
106
19
139
75
119
16
37
72
90
97
22
54
100
48
122
53
77
130
36
103
135
7
141
45
96
110
92
12
108
101
10
81
59
67
79
128
41
121
129
127
64
55
125
43
21
142
88
60
26
2
34
132
63
71
17
137
27
15
107
118
98
116
52
120
66
78
61
18
134
11
114
14
117
5
8
57
33
58
68
133
30
126
28
82
40
136
84
93
38
102
80
13
83
49
85
62
24
109
29
86
91
112
89
99
123

Player 2

0

Use the arrow keys or the number pad on the right of the keyboard.


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Use the buttons above to select the times table most in need of practice. Your mission is then to find all the multiples in the correct order by moving the tokens over the grid.

When all the multiples have been found a trophy is available. If two people have been playing the game, the player who found the most multiples can claim the trophy.

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