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Mr. Nussbaum: Cash Out

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For students who have trouble making change, this game gives the chance to practice skills while acting as a cashier in a store. Three levels of difficulty allow users to push themselves and increase abilities. This game is timed, and you can make it even more difficult by not having the change amount shown. The instructions are clear and the products for sale are deliciously outlandish.

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