Wednesday 28 January 2015

Metalloids Test

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Usage: Free educational test application used to explore the Periodic Table article, by interacting.
Interactive knowledge board.    
How to play: Roll the metalloid elements on their place in the periodic table and unlock the vault...

Metalloid Elements Screenshot

Expand your sphere of competence, within a minute

Application category: Chemistry

Achievements: Learn the metalloid chemical elements from the periodic table. The whole table is devided in groups, so it will be easier to learn one group at a time. Winning the game online, will also give +1 Knowledge Level on website.

The App Type is a short flash game with roll-test engine, that is free to play online or download. The stand alone version includes an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only. It is one of the 5 set collectible Periodic Table multimedia apps to be used in classes and home. Tracking the levels in the local computers may also give a clue how is the pupil doing. It have two playable languages.

Gameplay: Roll the element's position in the table, by clicking on it. When all elements are set in place, the vault can be opened by clicking on the wheel in the center of the door. There is a short information for every element like picture, crystal structure and where it finds usage. In the vault, the player will find one chemical secret. Watch gameplay movie to familiarize with the interface.

Hints: The player can use the assigned keys, that are shown in the up right, to roll the elements faster. Also the element's atom number is equal to their count number in the table, including the grey squares, so a little counting could help.

Chemical Elements:  Included in this test metalloids: 
Boron - sports equipment,
Silicon - sands and stones, 
Germanium - electronics,
Arsenic - poison, 
Antimony - car batteries,
Tellurium - thermoelectric coolers,  
and Polonium - anti static brushes.

Poor Metals:
Aluminium - airplanes, 
Gallium - light emitting diodes (LED),
Indium - liquid crystal displays (LCD), 
Tin - food cans,
Thallium - termometers, 
Lead - fishing,  
and Bismuth - fire sprinkler.

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