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Solve Common Core math problems and protect Maya artifacts with new game

Dig-It! Games, developer of educational, interactive games founded by a former archaeologist and middle school teacher, introduces Loot Pursuit: Tulum
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Dig-It! Games an independent developer of educational, interactive games founded by a former archaeologist and middle school teacher, introduces Loot Pursuit: Tulum, its latest free app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for kids 11 and older.

Loot Pursuit: Tulum is a fast-paced game that challenges 5th, 6th and 7th graders to solve curriculum aligned math problems—ranging from arithmetic and long division, to place value and comparison problems—in order to recover historically accurate artifacts stolen from the Maya site of Tulum in Mexico.

Loot Pursuit: Tulum also provides a unique perspective on the ancient Maya civilization, with a variety of site-appropriate, genuine artifacts, which players must protect through game play.

Loot Pursuit: Tulum is available for free download via the iTunes App Store.

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