Category: game

  • iPad Size Test – Phaser 3

  • Memory Game

  • Time Hopper

    Early prototype of a JavaScript-based game using the Phaser 3 library. This game is an “infinite jumper” that draws attention to important events that have happened throughout the “deep time” history of the Universe.

  • Unity Test

    Unity Test

    This page is a proof-of-concept test of publishing games made with Unity onto a web page on my WordPress site. This first test displays an early version of Planetary Pong in an iFrame.

  • Portfolio: Drone Science Mission Board Game

    Portfolio: Drone Science Mission Board Game

    The Drone Science Mission Board Game simulates a scientific mission to monitor a volcano, using sensors carried by a drone aircraft. Randy Russell developed the game, while working for the UCAR Center for Science Education (UCAR SciEd), as part of a larger engineering education project. The Engineering Experiences project, geared towards middle school students, was…

  • Game Doctor

    Game Doctor

    Game Doctor is a Scottish-based studio focused on developing games and interactive technology for science and health education. Their games include Killer Fungus: Evolution (for iOS, Android, and Mac & Windows computers), Bacteria Combat (for iOS and Android), and Fungal Invaders (for iOS and Mac & Windows computers).

  • NOAA SEA Games

    NOAA SEA Games

    The games section of NOAA’s Sea, Earth, Atmosphere (SEA) web site includes several interactives and simple games about the ocean and aquatic habitats. Creator: NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management Cost: free

  • SciJinks Weather Games

    SciJinks Weather Games

    The games section of the SciJinks web site features games, simulations, and other multimedia about weather, satellite meteorology, and Earth science. The site is developed by the NASA Space Place team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS). Creator: NASA and NOAA Cost: free

  • NOAA Games “Planet Arcade”

    NOAA Games “Planet Arcade”

    This collection features several games and puzzles from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Most of the resources are related to water, the oceans, and aquatic environments.

  • CIMSS & WeatherWise Weather & Climate Apps

    CIMSS & WeatherWise Weather & Climate Apps

    This large collection of web apps covers a broad range of topics in weather, climate, and the atmospheric sciences. A visual menu on the CIMSS site and a topic outline on the WeatherWise site both link to an overlapping set of interactives created by faculty at the University of Wisconsin.