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Follow this link for info about the review system. 1 = Terrible, 5 = Awesome!

Jazzed up learning game containing the venerable Math Fun along with some new games.

Learning Fun IGraphics: 2
Sound: 2
Replay Value: 2
Notes: 1- or 2-player game
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Keeping in the grand tradition of making a nod toward Edutainment, and following the axiom that better versions of old games might sell well and are probably cheap to develop, we have Learning Fun I and its happy companion Learning Fun II. This is an expansion of the original Math Fun (renamed Math Master) cartridge, adding a new game–Factor Fun. Math Master is just basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skill testing. In Factor Fun, you try to combine the numbers you're given via addition, subtraction, etc. to calculate a value as close as possible to a given target number. The closer you are, the better your score.

The title screen for the game is pretty. The Math Master graphics are unchanged from Math Fun. Interestingly, the gameplay uses the 'backwards' answer entry format–namely you enter ones place digit, then tens place, etc. as if you were working the problem on paper. This is the opposite of what the typical Math Fun cartridge offers. The official Intellivision Lives! site has details about the Math Fun ROM variants (as does the Math Fun page at this site). Factor Fun has nicer graphics than Math Master, and better sound. In both cases, the sound is minimal. C'mon, it's Edutainment - it's not supposed to be good!




ROM No ROM variants have been identified.
Box No variations have been found.
Manual No variations have been found.
Overlays Custom overlays have been designed and distributed by Psycho Stormtrooper.
Label No variations have been found.
Easter Eggs No Easter Eggs have been found.




Only one version of the box has been found for Learning Fun I.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Learning Fun I Box (INTV Corporation 9002) INTV Corporation 9002 None   UPC barcode and game title on bottom; no origin or copyright date




Only one version of the manual has been found for Learning Fun I.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Learning Fun I Manual (INTV Corporation 9002) INTV Corporation 9002 None   Accordion-style folding




A total of two Learning Fun I overlay variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Image not available. Psycho Stormtrooper 9002-V None   Custom overlay designed by Psycho Stormtrooper
Image not available. Intellivision Productions N/A None   Part of the Supplemental Overlay Pack for Intellivision Flashback; reissue of the Orphan Overlay by Psycho Stormtrooper; note the addition of the Intellivision Productions copyright and modified Psycho Stormtrooper logo




Only one version of the label has been found for Learning Fun I.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Learning Fun I Label (INTV Corporation) INTV Corporation N/A None   Large label, square corners; game title in large bold font




Title Screen Nice improvement over the original Math Fun title screen.
Select Game Back to basics for the game selection screen.
Math Master (nee Math Fun) It is, in fact, Math Fun.
Factor Fun Number crunching away in Factor Fun.




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