Zilch the math-hating wizard locks the King of Numbers in his Crooked Tower. In order to free him, Team Umizoomi must recover all three keys to the tower door.


Act One

Intro: Invitation to Numberland

Team Umizoomi is inside Fountain Headquarters in their living room. Nothing has happened for a while, and things have been dull for the team. Then, a humming bird appears at the window. She has a card in her beak. It was a letter for the team. Bot accepts the letter from her, and she flies away. Bot opens the letter and discovers it's an invitation from their friend The King of Numbers. He wants them to come visit him in his kingdom, Numberland. The only way to get to Numberland is to clap three times. The team claps their hands three and are magically transported to Numberland.

They meet up with the King of Numbers. His kingdom has so many numbers, you can't even count them. The best part of Numberland is that everyone in the kingdom loves numbers.

Zilch's Plot

Actually, there's someone who hates numbers, a grumpy, green wizard named Zilch, who lived in the Crooked Tower on the edge of the kingdom. Zilch comes by and has had with all the numbers in Numberland. The king tells him that Numberland will always have numbers, as long as he's around. Zilch gets the idea to get rid of the king. Using his magic staff, he locks the king in the Crooked Tower.

Zilch shows Team Umizoomi the only way that the tower can be open, the three magic Shape Keys, which he throws far away. Zilch hops on a log, but the log causes him to roll away with the log. He yells out, "You haven't seen the last of me, Team Umizoomi!" Bot hopes they don't see him for a while.

Team Umizoomi has to free the king, or else Numberland will fade away. They have to retrieve the three Shape Keys to free the king. The first key is the Yellow Star Key. So the magical journey begins.

Square Beard

The team finds them outside of Numberland and on the shores of Shape Sea. Geo, using his Umi-Goggles, finds the Star Key on a little faraway island. Both Geo and Bot wonder how to get to the island, and Milli notices a giant pirate ship right nearby them. The ship would work, but there's a problem, there's no pirate to drive a giant pirate ship.

Symmetry for a Crocodile

Bot's Uncovering

Act Two

Relic Cave

The Lion's Bridge

Mine Cart Chase

Race to Pattern Peak

Milli and the Dragon

Back to NumberLand

Zilch's Ultimate Final Spell

When Team Umizoomi tries to approach the tower's steps, they are stopped by Zilch, who decides to use all of the magic he has for his ultimate, powerful. final spell: A growth spell that turns him into a giant, big enough to block the entrance to the tower and prevent Team Umizoomi from completing their quest.

However, using Millie's Measurement Powers, they are able to measure up Zilch's size and break the spell by counting down from that number and causing Zilch to shrink down to size.

With Zilch's last spell broken, his wand gets destroyed and he no longer has any more magic to wield. Defeated and upset that he could not do any more magic, Zilch stomps off angrily muttering to himself.

Royal Rescue




  • The film's alternate titile is "King of Numbers".
  • This film is one of the six game remakes from Umi City Mighty Missions.
  • This is also the very first Team Umizoomi full-length movie ever made.


Math Skills

  • Symmetry
  • Patterns
  • Measurements
  • Number Identification
  • Counting
  • Counting Backwards
  • Shape Identification
  • Observation Skills
  • Number Order

World Skills

  • Letters
  • Sea
  • Caves
  • Mountains

Super Skills

  • Try it, you will like it.



  • Geo: Whoa, it sure is dark in here.
    • Bot: I can fix that! (his antenna turns into a flashlight which creates a light) Just be careful, and remember to watch your ste- (suddenly trips and falls down) EP! Oof! -step...
    • Geo: *giggles* Oh, Bot. We got ya', buddy. (Milli and Geo help Bot up)
    • Bot: (relieved) *whew* Thanks, guys.
    • Milli: *giggles*


Journey to Numberland/Gallery

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.