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# Fun online exercise for numeral systems. Computer science learning game.

The Numeral Systems Game is a simple online exercise about the Standard positional numeral systems. It's a free online knowledge level game, to test and guess decimal, hexadecimal and binary numbers. Computer Science Class Lesson for 9 grade Information Technology in high school.
The IT Knowledge Board include 21 random numbers belonging to 3 popular numeral systems. Part of the Interactive Computer Tools educational games.

This fun class multimedia may answer some of the following questions:
• How does a decimal number looks like?
• How does a hexadecimal number looks like?
• How does a binary number looks like?

## How to play Numeral Systems Game.

A random number will appear in the white sphere in the middle on the screen. Every number belong to one of 3 numeral systems signed by a different color cone. Click on a cone, and if the number belong to that system, a new dot will appear. The red cone is for the decimal numbers, the green one is for the hexadecimal numbers, and the orange cone is for the binary ones. Some numbers can belong to multiple numeral systems, but they mean a different count. Every cone can hold 11 dots. Open all 33 dots to win the game.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know at least 3 numbers for every numeral system.
Winning the game rewards +1 Knowledge Level.
The download version(bottom of the page) include an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only.
Here is a gameplay movie on YouTube.

### Class subject: Numeral Systems.

 This game may be used to study number systems of the world, learn types of number systems, see number system examples, explore number system in maths. Main numerical systems are: The binary system is used by computers. The decimal system is used by humans. The Hexadecimal system is used by programmers.