Playing King of 20 is a great way for an entire family to spend time together learning and having fun. The game requires little setup and the rules are straightforward and easy to understand. King of 20 can be played competitively by people of all ages and skill levels, and is a great addition to family game night. King of 20's simple design is aesthetically pleasing and functional. The black board contrasts pleasantly with the white tiles and allows them to be easily read during gameplay. But King of 20 does not only look good, it is fun to play! Unlike most other math board games, King of 20 is easy to understand, does not cause brain-burn, and presents numerous opportunities to strategize. Because of its limited amount of pieces setup is simple, and players have more time to play. Gamers will have fun thinking and strategizing as they play for the lowest score. King of 20 can be used as an effective educational tool or as a fun classroom game. In King of 20 players use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to create expressions that score points and block opponents. The simple rules allow young players be competitive on their first move. Playing King of 20 is a fun way for students to measure and improve on their math skills in the classroom, and at home. Enthusiastic players will unknowingly sharpen their math skills while they focus on defeating their opponents.