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  1. Make DragonBox Algebra 12+ available for PC (Windows, Mac, Linux)

    This game looks amazing! I'm a tutor, don't own a tablet, and would love to use this game with my students on my laptop.

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    • Undo should undo moves

      (from Kalani by email)

      Consider letting the "undo" option also subtract a move from your total. Logically, if he wants to undo some move Xn after moves X0,X1,X2,...Xn he can restart the game and then repeat X0,...X(n-1) but that's tedious and it makes him want to put the game away.

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      • Wrong moves count it too rigid / unecessary

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        The penalty for a "wrong move" while a single logical move is still in progress. For example, my son dragged an "a" below "a*x" (logically, he multiplied by "1/a") and while he was trying to drag the "a" below groups on the other side of the equation, the app registered a wrong drop (as if he was trying to add the "a" to some other value). This move then counted against him and he was very upset. It seems like an unnecessary penalty, possibly it's worth having a "strictness" option if you feel strongly about keeping…

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