<p>The Counting Kingdom, a mathematical learning game aimed at younger players, is out now on iOS for £2.99 / $4.99.</p><p>The game drops you in the role of the Apprentice, a wizard who uses the power of basic arithmetic to fight the monsters invading his kingdom.</p><p>Despite its child-friendly look and feel, The Counting Kingdom's simple, math-based puzzles have proven fun for adults as well.</p><p>In fact, The Counting Kingdom has been met with much acclaim, winning the Big Indie Pitch in March and selected as part of this year's PAX 10.</p><p>The Counting Kingdom was originally launched for PC and Mac in August.</p><p>You can buy it on its website, or grab the iOS version for £2.99 / $4.99.</p>
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