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# 8 isometric figures learning with a fun online math game.

"Isometric Hunt" is a free online knowledge level game, used to study the Isometric Projection, by interaction.
Move with arrow keys and collect only the figures shown to the left. A short flash arcade game for desktop computers, laptops and tablets, which may be played in the web browser. The Math Knowledge Board
include eight rotating isometric forms to play with. Part of the Fun Interactive Mathematics educational tools.

This fun education learning game may answer some of the following questions:
• What is an isometric figure?
• How does isometric figures look like?
• Where to find isometric figures pictures?
• How to play with isometric shapes?
• Is the Pyramid an isometric figure?
• Is the Hedra an isometric figure?
• Is the Prism an isometric figure?
• Where to catch some isometric figures?

## How to play Isometric Hunt

To win the game and get new level, we try to collect 42 rotating isometric figures that appear in the space.
We can hunt only the focused figure in the top left on the screen. Getting another one will subtract one ship and
we have only 6 of them. The ship can be moved with the arrow keys and stop with spacebar. The focused figure
can be changed by pressing "c" key. A focused figure will stay for 16 seconds. According to data, most defeats occur after greedy move in dense clustered areas.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know 8 basic isometric figures.
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: Isometric figures.

A 2D figure become isometric, when projected in the 3D space. The two dimensional circle, may become a Sphere, a Cone or a Cylinder in the three dimensional space. In the world of video games, there is a difference of the game graphics type. The first graphic type is the 2D graphic. They are not realistic and we have interactable 2D objects over a 2D map. The second type is the isometric graphic, where we have a 3D projection of the objects over a 3D projection map, also called pseudo 3d. The difference between the pure 3D games is that the pseudo 3D is not observed from all sides.

The Basic Isometric figures included in the game are:

 Cone Pyramid Trun. Pyramid Sphere Cylinder

 Cube Hedra Prism

Isometric rotating transparent pictures here.