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Orbital Order: Solar System Quiz Game

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This is a simple science game that tests young learners about their knowledge of the Solar System. Select each celestial object of the solar system featured and answer 3 questions about each one correctly. Then, place them in the correct order in the model of the solar system.

  • Answer questions on 10 celestial bodies in the solar system: All 8 planets, Pluto, and the Sun.
  • Arrange the entire solar system in the proper order and play a flyby when you’re done.





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Alternatively kids and adults can play this planet trivia video game for free as a web application here.

Orbital Order Planets Trivia Game for Kids Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Answer various questions on ten objects in the Solar System. Arrange the objects in the proper order

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the yellow and white play button to load the welcome screen.
    • On the welcome screen, select the arrow button on the right center to begin.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • With your mouse, left click to select and navigate.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Tap on the screen with your fingers to select and navigate.
  • Game Play
    • Select the following celestial bodies to open a quiz:
      • Star
        • Sun
      • Planets
        • Mercury
        • Venus
        • Earth
        • Mars
        • Jupiter
        • Saturn
        • Uranus
        • Neptune
      • Dwarf planet
        • Pluto
    • Answer 3 questions on the selected object correctly to win.
      • Each time you answer a question, a green check mark appears on the boxes below the picture of the astronomic object.
      • There’s more than 3 question per celestial object. Keep answering until you get 3 correct.
      • A pop-up window will appear telling you if your choice was correct. Select the arrow button on the right side of this window to move onto the next question.
      • You do not need to answer all 3 questions correctly in a row.
    • After answering 3 questions, drag the celestial body to its correct place in the solar system.
    • Once you’ve placed all 10 of the celestial objects in their proper places, the game will play a little flyby cutscene.
    • Note: The planets, Pluto, and the Sun are not show to scale. If they were, we wouldn’t be able to see the smaller ones and they wouldn’t all fit on the screen!
  • Target Audience
    • Students learning about our solar system should like this game.
    • There are no adult themes in this game.

How Big Are We Talking About Again?

Space is enormous. If we scaled down the orbits of most of the planets to the size of a football field, the furthest point in the Solar System, the Oort Cloud where comets come from, will be 50 miles (80.47 kilometers) away.


Carl Sagan’s Cosmos is one of the most breathtaking documentaries ever created. 🙂

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Free Online Orbital Order Astronomy Game for Children & Adults Screenshots

Orbital Order Welcome Screen Screenshot.
Orbital Order Select Planet Screenshot.
Orbital Order Question Screenshot.
Orbital Order Right Answer Screenshot.
Orbital Order Place Planet Screenshot.
Orbital Order Place Planet Complete 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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