This game is so simple and engaging, and yet, to our knowledge, has never before been presented.
It is suitable for ages 7 and up and stimulates (but does not require) an interest in math. Up to seven people can play at once.
An early backer: "I must say that I really start to enjoy the game as I slowly comprehend the rules. Now I am really, really glad I backed this wonderful and incredibly smart game."
The perfect size for a stocking stuffer!
Test player 1: "It is a fun game. It makes your mind more alert, and you have to think fast. You try to remember all of the properties of numbers. It will remind you of a good part of childhood, or if you are a child, it will teach you a fun part of being a child."
Test player 2: "This is a really fun game. It is wholesome and gets our family laughing and talking as we try to alternately help each other and compete with each other while thinking more deeply about numbers than I would have thought possible!"
Test player 3: "This game is great. It is almost like Scrabble with numbers. It is fun. It gets your mind thinking, and it is interesting."
Test player 4: "I really like Ga-na-nam. It is pleasant to think of numbers. It is based on strategy and skill along with some chance. There is an element of risk. It gets your brain going in several ways. It is fast-paced, and you have the freedom to play one game or more for a prize, etc., and you can teach your kid math along the way."
Risks and challenges
The game has been completely designed and test-played as well as computer simulated.
A printer has already been sourced and tested.
There are no known challenges.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter