It is important for everyone to know and especially for parents that Prodigy Math Game is a very well-known fantasy-based web and app game. The game covers skills that are learnt in grades one to eight. Kids can answer questions related to math for getting spells. They can use that to battle monsters when they move through different worlds on their way to Wizard Academy. Parents can create a free account if they wish to access the dashboard.
The dashboard can be used to customize skills that are covered in the game, create assignments and see the activity, progress and standards coverage of your child. There is an option for kids if they wish to play with their friends online but the chat will use only preselected phrases. The app can be accessed for free but with a paid subscription, you would get extra gaming features like mini-game power-ups and access to Dark Tower.
Leveling up can be more easy if you are a paid user and even the kids are reminded about this when they play. Kids can start to use it by just signing up with a username and password. They must provide their parent’s email address for the account set up.
Despite being so famous and useful for kids, the app faces a lot of issues at a certain point of time. One of them is the Error Code 20. Normally this error code implies general network failure. It is a normal purpose error that implies that the underlying TCP connection was closed forcibly for unknown reasons. In terms of Prodigy, if the system clock is different by 2 hours or more from the actual local time that is valid, the Error Code 20 pops up. When this occurs. users cannot log in and use the features of Prodigy. But let me tell you that it is not such a serious issue and you don’t have to worry much about it.
All you need to do is get your parents or teachers refer to the device provider for instructions on how to update this to avoid any more errors and interruption in the game. If you wish to fix this manually by yourself, you can simply set the date and time by going to the settings of the device you are using.