Math lovers (and haters) unite!
Möbi is a fun, fast-paced number tile game. The goal is to make simple Math equations as quickly as possible—a great way for kids or grown-ups to apply Math skills. Plus, it comes in an adorable blue whale.
Players draw blue number tiles, then use them to create simple equations (like 2+3=5) by including white Math tiles (plus signs, minus signs, multiplication signs, etc.). Each valid equation is called a “pod.” Keep using your blue tiles to build new equations on those pods, almost like a crossword.
The first one to use all their blue tiles yells “Möbi” to win. Wildcard tiles and a few other creative rules make this a great family game. Want to play with younger kids? Just remove the multiplication and division tiles.
With no need to calculate scores, and no paper or pencils, all you need to play Möbi is a flat surface. It’s a great travel, beach, or picnic game. And it can help kids with hand-eye coordination, cooperative play, and automaticity, which is the ability to apply learning automatically without actively thinking about it.
Wife-husband creators Vanessa and Marc Nobrega like classic word games (Scrabble, Bananagrams) that disguise learning as play. They wanted to invent a game their son, Noah, would stay interested in as he grows up.
Whether or not you think you love Math, you’re bound to love Möbi.


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  • I will buy this game it is really interesting

    prema jain June 29, 2020 10:12 pm Reply
  • I love maths 😘

    speda Walker June 29, 2020 10:12 pm Reply
  • @Florene Quan  – Obviously this is not meant to create multiple continuous equations, which the only time you could do that is with a value of +0 , -0 or x1 so 8+3=11-0=11 or 8+3=11×1=11 – that would be very limiting, so yes I would guess the rules are once you make one equation, anything to the left of the = is ignored for what is to the right of the = sign. Personally I love it – and is something that would integrate excellent with the new "everyday math" techniques being taught in the grade schools. I could really see this being amped up for classroom use with teams around a smart board creating scrabble like layouts. As someone who loves numbers (as if you can't tell) I absolutely love this idea – I just don't love the price – which makes it more of a novelty item, then one that could be easily purchased by a student. I would love to see this product at around $10.00 or less – schools might be able to make class purchases at that rate.

    ggin nj June 29, 2020 10:12 pm Reply
  • 2 X 4 = 8  and 8 + 3 = 11. We all know that is correct. But  2 X 4 = 8 + 3  = 11  is not correct.  The game rules allow this? It is not sitting well with this math teacher.

    Florene Quan June 29, 2020 10:12 pm Reply

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