Players explore anatomy and chemistry in U.S. Army online games

Looking for some fun, educational games to play while at home?

Check out these online games created by the U.S. Army, and shared with us by our friends from Picatinny Arsenal, the leading hub of military technology and engineering innovation!

U.S. Army Stars: Anatomy is a great way for players to explore the foundations of anatomy and the human body! In a game similar to Angry Birds, kids will play as little “Tinysaurs” on the search for bones. Players will also explore a 3D modeled human skeleton, test their knowledge with different quizzes, and see how many bones they can identify in a skeleton.

In U.S. Army Stars: Elements, players will explore the foundations of chemistry in many different ways. Kids will browse an interactive periodic table, create elements in real time with the “Atom Builder” tool, play a matching game to learn how elements bond to create compounds, and more.

Both games are available via the App Store and Google Play, as well as available to play via web browser. Be sure to check them out!

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