DragonBox+ for Android review:

Make learning algebra fun

If you haven't figured it out by now, the glowing box represents the variable that needs to be solved for, the "X" if you will, while the other tiles represent numbers. Since your job is to move the other tiles away from the box, you are essentially isolating the variable on one side of the equation and therefore finding its value.

In order to ensure that you aren't just haphazardly moving tiles back and forth between the sides, each level gives you a certain number of moves you can use to complete your objective. Also, there's a reservoir of tiles that can be used in your problem solving.

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Here, you can add the negative version of the lizard tile to both sides in order to isolate the box. Screenshot by Jaymar Cabebe/CNET

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