Wheely Math™️

How to Play: Offline Version

Game Contents:

6 Cards (2 Decks), 1 Die

Wheely Math™️ is quite simple, making it Wheely easy to learn and fun to play!

Every Game Set contains 6 cards, split into 2 decks of 3 cards (1 deck per player).

Every Game Set also contains 1 die 🎲 embedded inside. Remove it from inside the middle of the Game Set before play. This is often rolled to generate Target Numbers for Pairs / Equations to solve, or for other gameplay purposes.


With your mental math abilities:

A - Use Wheel Pairs from the cards to make Equations

B - Score points with Equations that solve Target Numbers

The player with the highest total score WINS! 🎉


(For All Games)

Every Game Style uses the fundamental 3-card setup:

Bottom “base” card (”~“)

Place aside the cards labeled “A” and “B”.

Then place face-up the “base” card, with the label at the top.

The “base” card never rotates, and always remains in-play at the bottom of the 2-card Stack.

Top “A” card

Place card “A” face-up on top of the “base” card, also with label at the top. Align the Top Card’s Wheel track rim into the “base” card’s Wheel rim. The Stack of two cards is now is Position A1, and can be spun about the Wheel for more Positions.

Card “A” can then be rotated by 90° for new Pairs, and can also be swapped out for card “B” anytime (see next section).

Top “B” card

Eventually, card “A” will rotate through all of its Positions (A1, A2, A3, A4). Swap out the Top Card “A” for card “B”, with the “B” label located at the top. The Stack is now in Position B1.

Play continues as before, rotating the Top Card “B” through its Positions (B1, B2, B3, B4) and looking for new Pairs / Equations.

Stack Positions

All Game Styles follow the rule of a Stack Position, which is the Top Card’s Label + Rotation #.

For example:

Same rules apply for rotating Top Card “B”, whose Stack Positions are: B1, B2, B3, B4.

💡 Remember to never rotate the “base” card.

👆 Tip: You can always find the Stack’s Rotation # in the upper left corner of the Top Card.

Let’s Play!

(For All Matches)

To play any match, follow these basic steps:

  1. Choose the Game Style (see below). Recommended: All players roll the die, and highest number chooses.
  2. Play as many match rounds as you like. Recommended: 3-5 rounds.
  3. Follow closely the Setup and Gameplay Steps for the chosen Game Style (see below).

Game Mechanics / Rules

➡️ Style: Classic ⬅️

(a.k.a “Boggle™️”)

Find unique Equations to score!

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Determine the match’s level of difficulty (+, -, x, /):


Roll the die once. This is the “Target Number”.



Valid Equation operators: +, -


Roll the die two times. Combine the two numbers to create the “Target Numbers”.


DICE EQUATIONS (+, -, x, /): 4 + 3, 4 - 3, 4 x 3, 4 / 3

TARGET NUMBERS: 7, 1, 12, 1.3 (Note: actually 1.333... but single decimal rounded!)

Valid Equation operators: +, -, x, /

Note: You cannot use a Wheel Number Pair which is identical to the rolled dice numbers (e.g. 4 & 3).


Roll the die two times. Use the two numbers to create the “Target Numbers”.


DICE EQUATIONS (any operators!): Eg. … 3 ^ 2, 2 ^ 3, 32, 23, 3.2, 2.3, 2!

TARGET NUMBERS: 5, 1, 6, 1.5, 9, 8, 32, 23, 3.2, 2.3, 4

Valid Equation operators: Anything you know! (exponent, remainder, factorial, etc.)

Note: A player cannot use a Pair which is identical to the Rolled Die Numbers.

Gameplay Steps

  1. Roll the die to create all possible Target Numbers (as per chosen level, above).
  2. Begin the match timer. Recommended: 4-5 minutes.
  3. Find Pairs / Equations that solve the Target Numbers; write down as many as possible. ✍️
  4. When the match time expires, stop to compare every list of Equations with other players’ lists — Take turns reading aloud, and score a point for each unique Equation.
  5. The player with the highest total score at the end of all rounds WINS! 🎉

➡️ Style: Seeker ⬅️

(a.k.a “Battleship™️”)

Find a Position which has an Equation for the Target Number first to score!

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Select your “Target List” from the following list of numbers:

REGULAR: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

HARD: 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20

Write down each player’s name for keeping score.

Decide which Equation operators are allowed, setting the difficulty level:

Gameplay Steps

Round starts by picking one randomly selected number from the “Target List” aloud.

E.g. “The Target Number is 14.”

Start a 20-second countdown timer.

All players begin to seek and find Equations that solve the Target Number before the timer expires.

When found, the player immediately calls out the Stack Position where his/her Equation can be found.

E.g. “B3!”

All other players immediately stop and may set their Stack into that Position. The player who called out then describes the Equation.

E.g. “8 plus 6 = 14”

** If the Equation is correct, that player scores a point for the Stack Position (e.g. “B3”). Mark the player’s point and the claimed Stack Position under the Target Number on the score sheet. ✍️

** If the Equation is incorrect, or if that Position is already claimed for this round, that player receives a Warning. If that player has already receieved a Warning this round, then he/she sits out for the remainer of the round.

Reset the timer for 20 seconds, and continue to seek and find Equations until the timer sounds.

When the round’s timer expires:

  1. Strike thru the Target Number as “used up”.
  2. Reset all player Warnings.
  3. Choose the next round’s Target Number randomly aloud.
  4. Begin the countdown timer and another round!

After finishing the last Target Number round, the player with the highest total score WINS! 🎉

FAQ: Handling Simultaneous Call-outs

Sometimes call-outs will happen at the SAME TIME:

💡 Tips & Hints 🙌

  1. Use your 1’s! You can multply and divide by 1 to get the same number.
  2. Go fast, don’t hesitate, don’t stop until the time is up; Spin/swap again to find another Equation you missed!

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