Check out our free science related games to learn physics and other aspects of the hard sciences.
All games are browser-based. Our catalog is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, offering cross-device gameplay. You can play 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. These games work in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
This is an educational geometry and archery game. Pick a hero and use the protractor to measure your angles as you take out various enemy ninjas while avoiding their counterattacks. Shoot moving targets in free play mode to see how many points you can score.
This is a retro-themed educational game teaches young learners about the constellations in the night sky. Using spaceships, connect the stars to form the constellations shown in the diagram. Watch out for extra stars.
This game takes children on a fantasy flying adventure through the Solar System with Vampirina. Collect stars and avoid cosmic hazards unique to each celestial body.
This is a game based on the Beano character Rubi von Screwtop. Help her fix gadgets by linking circuit nodes together with positive nodes touching negative nodes.
This is a logic puzzle game which helps young children develop their logic skills and solve simple physics puzzles by having them place items in the correct position to help a hamster make it to a delicious nut at the end of each level.
This is a logic puzzle game themed after the water cycle and states of matter. Help Enki the water droplet reach the end goal by transforming them into different states. Float, fall, sink, and float your way through 15 increasingly complex levels.
This is a science quiz game that tests young learners on their knowledge of the Solar System’s most famous celestial objects. Answer at least 3 questions on the Sun, the major planets, and Pluto, then place them on their proper order in the Solar System.
This game introduces young learners to unit conversions in a practical setting. Convert the units in one recipe to produce the finished dish for a bakery.
This game introduces young learners to matter and the most common states it comes in. Sort out the items on the professor’s hands and sort them according to the state they fall under.
This is a length measuring game where you help the gnome measure various objects in his path. Choose whether to measure in imperial or metric and how big the fractions you’ll be measuring. This game is a fun way to introduce young children to fractions and decimals.