Prodigy Math Game

Prodigy Math Game for Pc


  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-10
  • Current version: 2.3.1
  • File size: 10.26 MB
  • Developer: ProdigyGame.com
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

Prodigy Math Game Preview

Downloading and installing Prodigy Math Game on your Windows PC

Download Prodigy Math Game for Windows: Prodigy Math Game is an Education App, developed by ProdigyGame.com. The Education App was officially released 2015-10-09. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - ProdigyGame.com, with the latest current version being 2.3.1 which was officially released on 2018-10-10. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 25,555 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Prodigy Math Game on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Prodigy Math Game on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Prodigy Math Game for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Prodigy Math Game in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Prodigy Math Game application icon. A window of Prodigy Math Game will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Prodigy Math Game icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Prodigy Math Game

Developer Description

Join over 15 million teachers and students already using Prodigy to learn math for free! With over 900 crucial math skills for Grades 1 - 8, Prodigy is the perfect game for mastering mathematics both at home and at school. All educational content in Prodigy is free, and will stay free forever! We only make money through a completely optional game upgrade, which only unlocks some extra content. Aside from being the world's most engaging math game, Prodigy also has these great features, all of which are available for free: 1. Full alignment with key curricula (e.g., Common Core, Ontario, TEKS, MAFS) 2. Automatic assessment in-game for all students to place them in the correct grade 3. 24/7 Real-time reporting 4. Embedded in-game formative, diagnostic, and summative assessments. Each grade covers key mathematics topics that all students must master: Grade 1 math: comparing numbers, addition to 20, counting, mixed operations, composing numbers, subtraction to 20, 2D shapes, data relationships, place value, addition to 100, ordering numbers, reading numbers, fractions, time, rounding, patterning, subtraction to 100. Grade 2 math: data relationships, counting, subtraction to 100, addition to 1000, mixed operations, addition to 100, money, subtraction to 1000, 2D shapes, reading numbers, addition to 20, place value, subtraction to 20, comparing numbers, composing numbers, conversion, time, rounding, geometry. Grade 3 math: multiplication, patterning, division, data relationships, fractions: equivalent, multiplication facts, mixed operations, fractions: represent, 2D shapes, fractions: comparing, division facts, measurement, subtraction to 1000, addition to 1000, rounding, conversion, time, area. Grade 4 math: fractions: addition and subtraction, patterning, conversion, place value, mixed operations, division, addition to 1000, multiplication, rounding, measurement, fractions: equivalent, subtraction to 1000, data relationships, 2D shapes, fractions: comparing, fractions and decimals, decimals: comparing, factors, addition to 1000000, multiplying fractions, adding to 100, subtracting to 100, money, reading numbers, subtraction to 1,000,000, representing fractions, angles, representing decimals, time. Grade 5 math: unit conversion, adding and subtracting fractions, multiplication, multiplying fractions, data relationships, dividing fractions, multiplying decimals, pattern rules, adding decimals, 3-digit division, 2d shapes: sides vertices and angles, decimals: place value, mixed operations, comparing fractions, comparing decimals, division: decimals, decimals: mixed operations, numerical expressions, 3D shapes: volume, place value, measurement, representing decimals, expressions and equations. Grade 6 math: proportional relationships, expressions and equations, 3D shapes, adding decimals, variables, expressions, and equations, geometry, division, subtracting decimals to thousandths, ratios, dividing fractions, reciprocals, comparing rational numbers, evaluating exponents, data relationships, multiplying decimals to thousandths, unit rates, exponent rules, factors and multiples, dividing decimal numbers to tenths, mixed operations with decimals, addition, multiplication, measurement. Grade 7 math: proportional relationships, probability, multiplying and dividing rational numbers, ratios, data relationships, adding and subtracting rational numbers, variables, expressions, and equations, unit rates, 2D shapes, linear expressions, representing rational numbers, geometry, 3D shapes, rational numbers: mixed operations, integers Grade 8 math: geometry, linear expressions, expressions and equations, functions, evaluating exponents, exponent rules, scientific notation, data relationships, Pythagorean theorem, irrational numbers, unit rates, angles, statistics, 3D shapes, radicals, variables, expressions, and equations. For a complete breakdown of all 900+ skills, please visit prodigygame.com/math/skills.

App Reviews

  • Please change the characters back

    4
    By Seti84aj
    Hello, I am a 5th grader and I love Prodigy. I've been playing Prodigy for about 4 years. One day, I logged on to Prodigy like usual. But then I saw the the character designs were completely messed up! I've read most of the other reviews to this game, and a lot of them want you to change the art style back, so please change it! It used to look way better before! My character is wearing the full Mira Shade set and it used to look so awesome on my character, but now it looks... less awesome! Everyone in my class agrees that the old style looked way better too! If you don't want to completely remove the new art style, at least add an option that allows you to change between the new art and old art. Next, could you make it possible to change your Wizard Name? My character's name is Enzo Legendshade, and I think that you should be able to make it whatever you want like in some of the older versions. I also think you should remove some of the armors from the Twilight Wheel like the Mira set. Because some people like me have worked REALLY HARD to get to the top of the Dark Tower and beat Mira Shade, and then I go back to Lamplight and see some people prancing around with Mira's Hat and Mira's Robes, and they haven't even entered the Dark Tower before! And also please change the team numbers back to 5. I think that's all I want to say.
  • What is actually the point if the game?

    2
    By Memory Helper
    As far as motivating children to practice math skills, this game is on top. The game will differentiate based on the child’s answer, steadily increasing in difficulty until the game figures out where the child’s math level is (1st - 8th). The game will also focus on specific skills planned out by the child’s teacher. The game will not teach new skills, but will review previously learned skills. (I do wish it did more to explain how they came up with the correct answers.) However, this game shamelessly markets to its players to push a monthly or annual membership. After every challenge the child completes there is a reminder to purchase a membership. Key pieces of the game are unavailable until a membership is purchased, and they even go so far as to not allow you to wear or use armor you have earned because you are not a member. Each spell battle earns you gold that you are meant to buy things with in the game, but you can only buy certain things without a membership. The child playing the game’s focus distinctly shifts from fun math review to buying pets, hairstyles and things (and then arguing with parents over purchasing a membership). A child could play for an entire day without ever completing a single math problem, which defeats the overall educational purpose of the game. If they could dial back the consumerism and the constant pressure - on Children - to get a membership this would be an excellent game.
  • It’s awesome

    5
    By Rjhy
    I love prodigy because it is a very fun way to learn and it has multiple storylines and quests which come with achievements in prizes and you can level up you can get pets that level up with you and you have to battle monsters to get to whatever you need to get to and by fighting the monsters you have to solve math facts and you can draw on the screen with pencils and like you can use counters to help you solve the math question and it’s way better than most math games because it’s very very fun it’s not like this rookie thing and you can trust it because it’s used for school and school wide and better than ABC mouse even and it’s worldwide it’s one of the top things that you can use and it really works I’ve only been using it for two days and my mom and my teacher said that I was doing great in math I was I was doing a lot better and it’s for all grades even for adults adults and teenagers and it’s for any age of kids and it’s for teachers to and refund it doesn’t only teaching math it teaches you math it also teaches reading because you have to read the story plot and it teaches you social skills and it teaches you how to be responsible around the house in the classroom hope you like it use Prodigy be the future generation
  • Great! But I have a problem...

    5
    By Pusheen was here
    So, the game is fun to play, and I like how the math questions don't take 4 hours to solve. Well... some of them... now just to bring up a point, I'm in 5th grade. But I found one subject of problems that aren't at all necessary. These problems are the ones like "the sum of the two numbers are 18 and the difference of the two numbers is 8". Now based one the math in the game, I'd say the math is 3rd-4th grade level. I myself don't understand these questions, and often give up and type random numbers. I don't know if the teach this in school now, unless it's something we learn later in 5th... anyways, another problem I have is the constant membership reminders. Now based on my friend's experience, she says it's $59 dollars a year for membership. 59 dollars!!! I don't know, but it seems unfair that players without membership can't buy half of the nice things because they don't want to pay 59 dollars on a math game! And also, it's unfair that you can only evolve your pets if you have membership! Now, I think it would be more fair if you lowered the membership price and gave more things to the non-member players.
  • Could use a little work

    4
    By Ku Ku Kangaroo
    This game is AMAZING. Don’t get me wrong. The storyline, the design of the characters, EVERYTHING is all great, except for a few things... The sound, data from the computer doesn’t load to my iPad, and hard questions. Now first, I understand that prodigy was made to test your range of IQ, but when I don’t get it, and click on the hints, THOSE seem even harder to solve than the question itself!(I tried to hear what the hint sounded like on speaker, and the reader read a multiplication sign that wasn’t there) And for the sound, I really have nothing against it, (I mean, I can just play music in the background, but I don’t have much good music) but to me, without music, it makes the game less enjoyable. I think the only things I get to hear are the dialogue, and the correct (when you cast a spell) sound effect. I think it’s just my iPad, but I’m pretty sure I put speaker on. When I played this at school (on the computer), I caught a sprike. When I went home from school, I came home to find just my first creature in battle. Again, I think it’s just my iPad. Now I love this game, I really do, but it would help for me to enjoy this even more by fixing these glitches.
  • New character design and membership.

    3
    By Jfjfnajesnjgejngdsnu
    The game has its flaws, but the new character design is like Pandora's box! The faces of me and my peer's characters is an abomination! Although some of the equipment looks better, but sadly some look a bit..."dull". Overall you need to change some of the newer designs you made, AND DEFINITELY THE PLAYER FACE MODELS, but you could keep some of the newer ones that looks better from the community's perspective. Overall it's a good game...but could you at least stop taunting us with membership only exclusives? It's extremely annoying and I'm sure 60% of the community can't afford the pricing of membership. I just don't want to pay it personally, it's a huge ripoff. Could you just put ads of other games to the side or something so it wouldn't bother us, but it would still make some money so those membership stuff would be free after a while? Or we can watch ads for coins or other currency. Also while I'm still writing, could you kindly make a map for every area (You can only see places you explored) so that I won't be wondering about trying to do certain quests or bounty hunts where they sent me where I have no idea where it is.
  • Love, but dislike.

    4
    By ella51618
    Hi, I’m Ella I’m a fifth grader. I love Prodigy! But just a few changes? I’ve been playing Prodigy for a couple years now! It is easier to play on computer, I usually play at school or home! But I think you should have a better verity of pets! Like when you get your first pet there’s a parrot, dog, cat, fly (I forgot sorry), and dragon. I think there should be a dog, cat, parrot, and hamster (or ferret!). I think those are more popular pets than a dragon, they aren’t even real for one. For two who wants a fly? Also for three they are cute but small. They should be full grown! Or little! But other than that I love Prodigy! But another comment, you should be able to pick the color or your pet, for instinct when you have a fly or something you can pick a color! Like black, blue, or green! Or even let you pick their name! So if you have a parrot it’s not the name it has already picked. Because if I had the parrot I would like it’s name to be Alex! Or Lexi! So what I’m saying is that a few things don’t have to be changed, but I would love it! It would make me joyful! Thank you for your time. - Ella ♥️
  • My favorite math game but cmon!

    4
    By MMo Dreadlord
    So I’ve been playing prodigy for 2 years, and I’ve seen some updates that made it bad. So first of all my least favorite update is probably the newer one that changed the spells so now you don’t “Learn new” spells and it has those 2 spells falling star smash and Super Nova. I liked it when you leveled up a couple levels you learn a new move, but no now it’s just those. Second of all, membership! LIKE EVERYTHING REQUIRES MEMBERSHIP!!! So I today just caught a Shade today and was “Planning” to get a Spectral, but no you HAVE TO HAVE STUPID MEMBER. I had member for a while back but it expired, I think it should be a 1 time purchase for a lifetime! And bring back the thing to get DragonYX items by the leagues, it would make it way easier in my opinion. So yeah here is why I think it could do way better if you didn’t have to have member for evolving! So please bare in mind if you all were to add this I would really only ask for the evolution to be free, and I really don’t care about the other stuff so yeah, here ya are! Please add this in the newest update, thanks in advance.
  • Good, but had a lot of flaws

    3
    By wednesday84luc
    This game is awesome for letting kids learn math and regular skills and such. But, it doesn’t help if some of the problems are given to them that aren’t even from their grade level. My brother is given ratios and finding the volume with decimals that he doesn’t even understand and he is in second grade. Another thing is for some problems he got the right answer and then the answer was changed and it’s insane. He’ll remember that he got that one wrong then the next time he’ll put in the right answer and it’ll be changed. If you want to help kids learn then this isn’t a very good thing to have on the app. Next is just a question. My brother is on the same level as his friend and they are both at level 63. You know how you get +20 hearts every couple of levels? It doesn’t make sense that my brother has a max of 560 while his friend has a max of 620. They are both nonmembers if that helps any. Another problems is that sometimes when your loading it will stop and my brother has to exit and sign in again. Hopefully you’ve heard my word and will fix some things. Thank you.
  • Great! But Just A Few Other Things...

    5
    By Autumn🍂0112
    I’m a 5th grader and I play Prodigy with my friends. It’s fun, I’ve learned many things and my math skills are AWESOME, but how they educate you in math and some few other things are what I’m going to talk about. When they give you a question you can’t answer, it’s frustrating, they give you tips but sometimes they don’t help. I think Prodigy needs kind of a teaching thing like if you don’t know how to solve a question, plus you’ll get a bit smarter then just practicing your math skills! Now talking about how to make fun. MEMBERSHIP, the thing everyone’s talking about! You can barely have anything without membership! If you get a member object, you can’t use it! I’m not complaining as much as everyone else, but I only have one request about the member things. If you get a membership object without buying it, can you make it that you can use it? That would be great. That’s all I’m saying. But besides that, I LOVE the game!

keyboard_arrow_up