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DocDuck Parts of the Cell

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This is a biology game where players help DocDuck repair a broken cell by navigating down to explore the cell at a subcellular level.

  • Approach the cell and navigate through the cell membrane.
  • Explore the organelles inside a eukaryotic cell.
  • Activate the nucleolus to generate ribosomes.

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Doc Duck Parts of the Cell Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Explore the organelles components of a call to learn how cellular biology works.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the NEW GAME button in the center of the welcome screen to start the game.
    • The lower left corner of the welcome screen has buttons for controlling game sounds and music.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Minigames in this game have different controls. Typically the arrow keys are used for moving and the spacebar is used for shooting.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • This game was designed primarily for desktop play.
  • Game Play
    • Basics
      • In this game players explore various parts of the cell.
      • Outside the cell players gather nutrients and shoot down viruses.
    • Sections of the game
      • Approaching the cell – collect nutrients & block viruses
      • Cell membrane – block viruses & collect nutrients by moving a deflector from side to side.
      • Ribosomes – collect proteins without bumping into the ribosomes
      • Mitochondria – tap on them to generate energy
      • Endoplasmic Reticulum – another flying traveling part of the game
      • Golgi Apparatus – select where to deliver proteins, lipids, and waste
      • Lysosome
      • Nucleus
      • Nucleolus – activate it to generate ribosomes
    • Definitions
      • Eukaryotic cell – advanced and complex cells such as those found in plants and animals.
      • Organelles – specialized cell parts which have unique jobs to perform.
      • Cytoplasm – a fluid which fills cells and supports the various organelles in the cell.
      • Prokaryotic cells – simplified cells which lack most organelles & do not have a defined nucleus.
      • Cell membrane – the permeable membrane found around all animal cells. The membrane is designed to let nutrients enter while blocking away viruses.
      • Ribosome – the organelle which creates proteins for the cell.
      • Mitochondria – the powerhouse of the cell which generate the energy needed for the cell to perform its functions. They take nutrients and generate energy through a process called cellular respiration.
      • Endoplasmic Reticulum – a network of membranes inside a cell through which proteins and other molecules may move.
      • Rough ER – Endoplasmic Reticulum which has Ribosomes attached to it.
      • Smooth ER – Endoplasmic Reticulum which does not have Ribosomes attached to it.
      • Golgi Apparatus – acts like the postman of the cell. It processes and packages proteins & lipids to send out to other parts of the cell, and throws out garbage through the membrane.
      • Lysosome – the garbage collector of the cell which takes in damaged parts of the cell and dissolves them.
      • Nucleus – the command center of the cell which contains DNA.
      • DNA – genetic code which tells the cell what to do and how to do it.
      • Chromosomes – packaged DNA braids which are formed to help prepare the cell for duplication.
      • Nucleolus – the portion of the nucleus which creates ribosomes.
  • Target Audience
    • The game is suited for young learners who like exploring science and biology through interactive games.
    • The game has no adult themed content.

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Free Online Doc Duck Parts of the Cell Biology Video Game for Children & Adults Screenshots

DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Welcome Screen Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Introduction Comic Screen Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Approaching the Cell Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nutrients and Viruses Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Collect Nutrients Destroy Viruses Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Movement Instructions Screen Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Eukaryotic Cell Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Organelles Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Organelles Jobs Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Cytoplasm Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Prokaryotic Cells Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Cell Membrane Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Cell Membrane Description Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Protect the Cell Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nutrients Collected Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Ribosomes Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Ribosome Organelle Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Mitochondria Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Mitochondria Generate Energy Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Mitochondria Cellular Respiration Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Generate Energy Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Generating Energy Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Endoplasmic Reticulum Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game E.R. Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Rough E.R. Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Smooth E.R. Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Rough E.R. Game Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Golgi Apparatus Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Golgi Apparatus Postman Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Golgi Apparatus Packages Proteins and Lipids Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Golgi Apparatus Throws Out Garbage Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Control Golgi Apparatus Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Golgi Apparatus Controls Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Lysosome Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Lysosome Garbage Collector Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Lysosomes Keep Cells Clean Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nucleus in Cell Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nucleus Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Prokaryotic Cells Lack a Nucleus Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nucleus Command Center Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game DNA Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game DNA Form Chromosomes Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Cell Ready for Duplicating Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Nucleolus Creates Ribosomes Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Turn On Nucleolus Screenshot.
DocDuck Parts of the Cell Game Over Screen Screenshot.

Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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