# Staries

Staries is a fun and interesting game that can help kids practice some basic math skills.

Playing this game is easy and straightforward.It is not about destroying all the stars until they disappear from the screen

The goal of this great game is to just match 3 or more stars of the same color and the matching stars will be destroyed

This game will not help the general audience practice a lot of math.

However, it may help students in preschool and first grade practice some good basic math facts and other skills that are important such as:

Differenciate between colors

Destroying 6 stars will happen in the rare and challenging case when the player is able to line up six stars vertically or horizontally

Speed is also important here. It is important to destroy the stars fast. The failure to do so could cause the stars to lock themselves and you will not be able to move them anymore

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Have fun playing this game

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