Are you ready for Madness this March? If our science games have anything to say about it, your classroom will be full of the right kind of gaming madness!

New In Grades K-2

  • Spring is right around the corner, and the outdoors will be sprawling with plants and animals waking up from winter sleep! Cue the assignment on how animals and plants need food to survive, since they don’t have any food delivery apps (yet…) In Life of Po, help a rabbit find his way and survive! Find Life of Po highlighted further in the post.
  • If you’re a detective, what might offer you the best protection while finding clues without getting caught by dangerous people? Darkness! But you still need to see, so let’s play Light Detective to learn about using light and the illumination of objects.

New In Grades 3-5

  • Oh snap, it’s field trip day! In Erosion Snap, travel with your class of fellow aliens to Earth to learn about the planet’s unique geographical landscape, with a focus on how it is shaped by weathering and erosion.

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 3-5

  • Xenosteroid Park (Earth Materials and Systems) has artwork and technical performance improvements. 
  • Gargarians on Earth (Earth Materials and Systems) has major improvements across the board, including better-aligned educational material and technical performance enhancements.
  • Erosive Voyage (Weathering and Erosion) fixed issues with text-to-speech, and added a better Spanish translation.

New In Grades 6-8

  • Imagine how different travel options would be if all countries were on one continent. We could do a long road trip from the US to Asia to Africa and back! In Secret Base: Plate Tectonics, let’s learn about how our Earth’s landforms have moved over time, leading to the continental structure we have today! Find Secret Base: Plate Tectonics highlighted further in the post. 
  • Our nano-level cell ranch needs help! Become a Cell Rancher  and take care of cells to help them grow and protect them from attacking viruses. It’s a big job to become the guardian of cells and life! Find Cell Rancher highlighted further in the post. 
  • Let’s get even more specific with our studies of cells, and examine parts of the cell for plants vs animals. As an employee at Cell Corp, your job is to understand and monitor all the functions of the cell!
  • Let’s wrap our list of new science games with Buzz Reacto & the Tree of Life. Buzz Reacto and his robot companion, SANIA (Self Aware Navigation Information Android), have crashed their ship! To survive, rely on knowledge of chemical reactions to find helpful resources!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Cell Mechanic (Parts of the Cell) reduced the number of un-skippable pages, added a help button on the Prokaryotic cell level, and removed RNA and chromatin from the Nucleus mini game.  
  • Arbitrium (Electric and Magnetic Forces) is an older game that has been fully upgraded to include text-to-speech, saving and loading checkpoints, and Spanish localization.
  • Wave Lab  (Electromagnetic Waves vs. Mechanical Waves) is an older game that has been fully upgraded to include text-to-speech, saving and loading checkpoints, and Spanish localization.
  • Earth Explorers (Fossil Record) simplified some confusing navigational elements, and fixed a sound / muting issue.

New Quiz Games

These games are non-instructional games found in a variety of topics. They give students 20-30 questions to answer during gameplay, and data from these questions will be available in your assignment results.

Find these games featured further in the post.

  • Magical Forest Deluxe (Grades K-5): Find yourself in a magical forest full of treasures and adventures. Collect coins and berries, answer questions, earn points! Good luck!
  • Jelly Flavorhills (Grades K-2): The player plays as a colorful, flavorful jelly bouncing down Jelly Flavor Hills! Find power ups and collect seeds and answer questions to gain new flavors and colors!

A Closer Look at New Games

 

Life of Po — K-2 Science (Organization for Matter and Energy Flow in Organisms)

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A little rabbit named Po was left alone in the forest. Help him learn what he needs to live and grow. Learn that plants produce food and what plants need to survive. Collect food and help Po grow!

 

Cell Rancher — Middle Science (Cells and Life)

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The cell ranch needs help! Work with the nanobot to feed the cells so they can divide and protect them from attacking viruses! All while learning about cell life!

 

The Secret Base: Plate Tectonics — Middle Science (Plate Tectonics)

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Ready to visit our secret base at the core of Planet Earth? Come learn about plate tectonic and the planet’s structure with our crew! We have information, activities, and an all you can eat buffet!

Magical Forest Deluxe (Quiz Game)

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Find yourself in a magical forest full of treasures and adventures. Collect coins and berries, answer questions, earn points! Good luck!

Jelly Flavorhills — (Quiz Game)

 

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The player plays as a colorful, flavorful jelly bouncing down Jelly Flavor Hills! Find power ups and collect seeds and answer questions to gain new flavors and colors!

 

We’ll see you soon in the Learning Metaverse with these new science games in your queue! 

Stay tuned for more new game updates and if you have any questions please email support@legendsoflearning.com.

 

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