by: National Library of Medicine • 0
The Bohr Thru game developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), uses a 3-match game style to collect protons, neutrons, and electrons to create the first 18 elements on the periodic table. Element structures are further reinforced during bonus rounds where players that successfully build Bohr models earn “power-ups” to use in the 3-match game. Atom, the game’s mascot, travels along with you and provides fun and interesting facts about the chemical elements. The game supports entry level chemistry curriculum. Short, (about 5 minutes,) meaningful, in-class game sessions are possible.