This ninja master is back in action and this time he’s bringing a friend along. Help them complete their missions while they take the art of the ninja to a whole new level. Can you help them find stars and paint buckets as they begin their journey in this action game?
Welcome to Mixed World Weekend, the cheerful platform puzzle game! Help a bunch of cute creatures to chase off all the grumpy red monsters. Use your funny friends’ special skills to strategically nudge the monsters from their platforms!
The little green monster Om Nom is back and hungrier than ever! Team up with the Professor, a mad (but not bad!) scientist determined to study Om Nom’s candy-loving behavior through a series of experiments, 200 levels and more to come!
It’s a duel to the death in this intense action game. Compete against the computer or another player while you carefully aim your bow. Can you eliminate them with your arrows before they hit you with theirs?
The city is your swing set when you are a shadowy stick figure with Spiderman-like powers. Soar through epic skylines...just be careful not to get too close to the ground if you don't want to go to pieces.
Wield your sword like Achilles and your wits like Socrates, and you'll Greek out playing this cool logic game!
An Atomic Blast
Why do we need physics? Well, the most basic answer is that physics makes things possible. Just think, without the branch of science that sprung from the study of nature and philosophy, there would be no space rockets, cars, computers, iPhones, airplanes, or the plethora of other inventions that we use daily. Sir Issac Newton knew this in the 17th century when he tried to pin down what made the world go round. Before Newton though, in ancient Greece Aristotle used it to start to explain nature.
Physics can be fascinating. Some of the concepts aren’t always the easiest for pupils, or adults for that matter, to grasp. Online games can spotlight the major ideas of this branch of science. Physics kids games teach about world’s great thinkers, both from the past and present, through virtual examples and simulations. Kids can play with virtual wooden blocks to meet the world of physics with Blosics. High-school physics games get a little tougher...and more exciting!
Or maybe you're just looking for a little physics-based engineering fun? With the Engine of Creation, players defy the laws of Physics with their creepy crawly triangle. For an electrifying experience, Wirebuzz tests concentration skills as you guide a metal loop along a wire without touching it. Touch the wire, and you lose!
Astronomical discoveries helped Italian mathematician, astronomer, and physicist Galileo Galilei as he spearheaded the Scientific revolution and improved his telescope in the 16th and 17th centuries. You too can reach for the stars with the physics game Lofty Tower, pillaring up as high as possible, without toppling down.
Explode onto the scene with any one of these games and see how the world really turns.