Game-based learning site Mangahigh.com offers free online math games for 10-16 year olds that are both playable and very challenging. According to founder and CEO Toby Rowland who launched the UK-based startup in October 2009, Mangahigh brings out the mathematician in all students who love games. Tiburon-TV’s Viktoria met the experienced internet entrepreneur (former co-founder of King.com) at BETT 2010. „We are the first company offering game based math at this level“ stresses Toby. He presents Mangahigh’s most popular title Pyramid Panic (see screenshot above) and the high school game Flower Power where kids are doing up to a hundred mathematical operations: „We believe that this is the future of mathematics. It is more effective than any worksheet you could imagine.“ Toby who is using his funds from King.com to support Mangahigh, believes 100 percent that schools are online now: „There’s a huge number of searches for math related topics on the internet. The market that we are going after are schools with very good ICT facilities which are ready to adopt this kind of technology.“ By the way, Mangahigh will soon launch the Global Maths Games League where all schools in the world are invited to compete. Check out the Mangahigh site to sign up or to play some of their demo games. Click here for all interviews from BETT 2010.