Mental math games for practicing multiplication facts have eight different tasks. Students get easy tasks at the start but then gradually increase in difficulty. There are also many gaming elements like hidden pictures, color pictures, and jigsaw puzzles which make learning fun, interesting, and engaging.

Students get instant feedback which gives them clear information about their learning.

Teachers or parents will be able to see a summary of how many tasks students have attempted as well as their scores for each task and global score.

Students can play these math games in the classroom or at home.

Automatic recall of multiplication facts is essential for children, as it has a significant impact on math learning outcomes.

It enables shorter task solving time, faster solution of more complex tasks, efficient problem solving by multiplication and division (Gurganus and Wallace, 2005).