IQSnap is a card game in which you test your skill at matching numbers to make 'Snaps'. This version of the game is designed to develop skills in arithmetic and numeracy: adding, subtracting, multipying and dividing.

You can choose:

- what kind of sums you want on the question cards
*(add, take away, multiply, divide)*; - the range of numbers to use
*(give the lowest and highest numbers)*. In division, the 'dividend' is the number that is divided, and the 'divisor' is the number you divide by. - how many question cards you want to make.

When you have made your choices, click on **"Start"** to begin the game and a 'deck' of question cards will be created with your sums. Then click the **"Play"** button to show the first question card.

Beneath the question card, successive answer cards will appear. When you see the right answer, click the **"Snap"** button. If you are right, the next question card will be played. If you are wrong, the answer cards will continue to be played - but with any answers you wrongly chose taken away.

You can also:

- click the
**"Play"**button during play to skip to the next question - click the
**"End game"**button to end the game and see your score,

You score points as follows:

- win a point for every correct Snap;
- lose a point for every incorrect snap (unless you turn this feature off)
- if you skip a sum, you get no score.

To start again at the end of a game click the **"Start"** button. You can also use the **"Start"** button during play - this brings your current game to a end without showing your score.

Instead of clicking the "Play", "Snap" and "End game" buttons, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts:

- for
**"Play"**press**P**/**p**; - for
**"Snap"**press**S**/**s**or the spacebar; - for
**"End game"**press**E**/**e**.

Deck size: **0**
Cards played: **0**
Cards left: **0**

- what kind of sums you want to do
*(adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing)*; - the range of numbers to use in the sums
*(in division, the 'dividend' is the number that is divided, and the 'divisor' is the number you divide by)*; - how many question cards to make;
- the interval between answer cards
*(in seconds, minimum one second)* - whether or not to lose points for incorrect snaps
*(some people really don't like losing points!)*.

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Snaps: **0**
Skipped cards: **0**
Incorrect Snaps: **0**
Total score: **0**
Possible score: **0**

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Keyboard shortcuts: P/p = "Play"; S/s/spacebar = "Snap"; E/e = "End game".