My World of Atoms was created by Rebecca and Ben from The Boswells School in Chelmsford, Essex. Both students loved science but found learning the periodic table challenging. They wanted to help people interact with the table in a fun way.
Players drive through a mystery maze, unlock hidden boxes and collect points while discovering all about the Periodic Table and why it is so useful. Chemistry can seem difficult and confusing at first, but now you can have fun while you learn with My World of Atoms. You can stop to look up amazing facts about elements any time, and even get to make your own compounds. Ideal for children aged 8 to 13 who want a head start in science.
· Albert the professor guides you through the World of Atoms
· Discover new elements by exploring an exciting 3D world
· Combine elements to reach new levels
· Learn cool facts about each element
My World of Atoms won the Learning category powered by Samsung at the Apps for Good Awards 2015, the national competition for Apps for Good students. As an Apps for Good Awards winner, the team worked with development agency Rule of Fun to have their app built professionally and launched on the market, with the support of Apps for Good and Samsung.
Apps for Good is an education technology movement powering a generation to change their world with technology. Find out more at www.appsforgood.org.
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