Tomb raiders have stolen prized treasures from various locations, instilling a curse. The player is charged with returning the treasure in the least number of moves to advance levels and collect all three stars.
Curse Reverse is designed for middle schoolers learning algebraic expression building.
Curse Reverse Overview
The goal of Curse Reverse is to return stolen treasures to lift a curse that has befallen the world.
Players travel to various locations where the task of returning stolen treasures becomes increasingly more challenging
In each location, the player navigates different rooms to return stolen treasures.
Arrow keys on the computer keyboard move the explorer. Players use the mouse or trackpad to change the height of the pillars.
As players progresses to more advanced locations, they change pillar heights by formulating basic algebraic expressions.
Players earn up to three stars once a site’s stolen treasures have been returned. One star indicates that the main treasure was returned; two stars marks the return of all bonus treasures; three stars are awarded if all the treasure is returned in 5 moves or fewer.