Phylo DNA Puzzle

2.9
84 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Phylo is a tile-matching game developed at McGill University that allows you to contribute to DNA research. Every time you play Phylo you compare the genetic code of multiple species and help deciphering the structure of genes associated with diseases. Play Phylo and help genetic disease research!

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Designed for larger screens / tablets.
Updated on
May 11, 2020

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2.9
84 reviews
A Google user
January 23, 2020
I love the idea and like the game play. The app is a disaster. Cannot create an account, cannot login, must play as guest but only able to get to lvl7 before game starts showing a server error and will not load any levels. Plus there are misspellings everywhere, quiz questions are terrible. Game is played in a tiny area while rest of screen space is wasted... Really unfortunate execution of a cool idea.
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Diga Design
April 22, 2020
Thanks for your review. We were in the process of updating our servers and this issue should be resolved now in the latest version. This app is designed for tablets only but we hope to have a mobile version soon. In regards to spelling mistakes, please let us know where you might have found any and we will resolve this in the next release.
Kai
July 28, 2022
It seems great overall, and it's nice to do something helpful... I knocked off several stars because it had a badge you can earn called 'Master.' It has racist history & it's not an inclusive badge. If they swapped it out I'd add more stars. Science & gaming should be inclusive & intersectional wherever possible.
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Codi Napkin
April 11, 2022
seems okay, needs a colorblind mode, I would recommend just adding different patterns or shapes inside the circles to distinguish them better. I can't tell the difference between the green and orange.
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What's new

Bug fixes and hint system feature