Eyeballing is a challenging geometry math game that requires super-sharp eyesight and a solid appreciation of space and distance. After playing, you’ll never hang a painting the same way again! With very simple graphics and basic instructions, Eyeballing is a learning game anyone (young or old) can play and enjoy. Your goal is simple. You have to follow the instructions at the top of the game screen and try and be as accurate as you possibly can with your answer.
You might be asked to find the mid point of a line segment, the point of convergence of three lines or to bisect an angle. You’ll be surprised how “Off The Mark” you can be. You need to achieve accuracy to zero units. This original-style of game is an exercise in extreme eyestrain, yet it’s hours of addicting fun. Go for it Eagle Eye!
How To Play: Use your computer mouse to Click & Drag the blue line (or square target) to the correct point in the game screen. Alternatively, you can try clicking on the correct point, without using the blue line (or square target). Either way, you see the correct point (in green) afterward. TIP: Try using your Peripheral (Side) Vision – stare straight ahead at the whole image.