Thank you for taking the time to offer Cyber Ops day for the kids. It’s great to see everyone having a good time together (and learning). All the boys could talk about on the way home was how much fun it was and when can they come back.
Just wanted to send you a huge THANK YOU!!! Lord willing I hope we can come again soon before the snow flies and the ice sticks.
I just wanted to let you know that my boys (Caleb and Joel) had such a GREAT time at Game Day. You have such a great game, but it’s more than a game. I love the skill, friendship, learning, reading, math, social skills, fine motor, and more that it brings together in a fun and engaging way.
Again, Thank you for all your hard work and fun you have put into this game.
Met you at the Michigan INCH conference. I was excited to have a fun way to teach math to my daughter. We Love the game, my wife and I played as soon as I got home; to see how soon we could teach it to our daughter. Needless to say, I will be expanding our deck(s) soon (for the adults!), and teaching my 5 year old as soon as feasible. The game play is very engaging, and are short enough for short attentions, and long enough to develop strategy’s. The theme is perfect, but I am a little biased. I am the I.T. Supervisor at Lenawee County, Michigan, and the Cyber Security guy for Lenawee’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). This group’s main focus is utilizing Homeland Security Grant funding to Secure Lenawee County.it will be nice to play a game, with my daughter, that doesn’t involve monsters, evi
The boys are really excited, and say the game was well thought through! Great Job on the games! ( and no worries or compromise for the parents). we will also tell our home school and church friends about it, maybe try to send you some business
May 15, 2010, at 8:38 PM
My son enjoys card games such as Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokemon.
He was introduced to CiaCyberOps which is a card game with an educational objective. He is strengthening his math skills and having fun. He has even hooked his mother and older brother on the game.
If I ask him if he wants to play CiaCyberOps with me he excitedly answers YES! This card game provides hours of family entertainment and is improving math and strategy skills.
I would highly recommend this game to anyone with middle to high school students.
My son recently asked me to play CIA Cyber Ops with him.
To be honest, I was skeptical that this was just another collectible game- but was I wrong!
Shortly into the game I realized that you cannot play this game without doing math problems! We had to decipher each card’s math equation to determine how to play the card.
It was neat to watch my 10 year old work out each card’s math problem to figure out how to play it; to beat me, of course. What a great way to teach kids about math than (with) a fun game that they are interested in. The game plays quickly and is quite easy to learn (hey- if I can figure it out…) I highly recommend CIA Cyber Ops to parents. What a great game!
We play CiaCyberOps a lot.
When my friends come over all they want to do is play play play!!!
Angie wrote: "Just got done reading your new book. Even though I'm not a techy geek,
I found I wanted to keep getting back
to it to see what happened next!! Well done
John, well done!! So very proud of you!"
Hi John (or Director Wayne), Thanks for the great cards!
My kids were pretty excited about them. Thanks again,