The student and computer each choose five elements from the periodic table. Then they take turns guessing which ones the other "player" chose. The student, however, has an advantage. Before each guess, they get a clue about which element it is. The clue might be where the element got its name, what it is used for, what are its properties or its electron configuration. A score is kept for each game and high scores can be saved to a high score table. Before playing the game, students can review the clues used in the game to better maximize their scores.
The game is downloaded as an exe file. Double click on the file to start the program.
System Requirements: PC with Windows XP or later
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