**Math Blaster Algebra** is a Math Blaster game. It takes place aboard the Alg-1 and features Skully. It does not feature the Blasterpals or Rave.

## Plot[]

The Alg-1 is hit by a meteor and Skully, the ship's robot, must use algebra to repair the ship's systems and rescue the crew.

## Games[]

### Communications Room[]

The player must solve algebraic expressions to earn a rebus segment. The game is won when 6 rebuses are solved.

### Defender Room[]

The player must key in the right coordinates for the defenders to destroy fleets of the alien invader vessels. The game is won when the last enemy vessel is destroyed.

### Transporter Room[]

The player must key in the right slope or parabola to save the crew members. The game is won when all 10 crew members are saved.

### Strategy Room (yellow)[]

Players can brush up on their algebra skills here.

### Electrical Room[]

The player must operate the function machine to input integers. The arrows (left for negative, right for positive, green to confirm) select the number for the X column. 3 to 5 numbers are to be selected for the X column which the machine will use to calculate an answer by applying a function to your X; the calculation will appear in the F(X) column. Once 3 to 5 numbers are selected, players can guess and insert the correct function (floating fuses in the bin on the lower right hand corner) in the slot next to the F(X) column. Correct numbers in the column below the fuse box will be the same as the ones in the F(X) column and will appear in green, but wrong, different numbers appear in red. 10 functions (2 per transformer) are needed to be correctly answered to win the game.

### Engine Room[]

The player must insert the numbered balls into the sockets in the blank column in the shape of a diamond that runs between the rows. With the help of the addition and multiplication sign in between every number in each row, players need to add or multiply the 2 numbers in any column. Then, the player must insert the ball which contain their sum or product in the socket above, below the addition or multiplication sign (or between both multiplication or addition signs). Repeat the same process with the other blank spaces and add, subtract, multiply or divide if necessary. 6 puzzles are needed to be solved to win the game.