Posted by Ophélie Delaunay on May 6th, 2015 | Comment (0)

2015_avril_minganKalikasan informs me that there’s something new on PEKA! GAME FOR SCIENCE’s virtual naturalist invites you to go on three treasure hunts in the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve.

By wandering through the magnificent landscapes of this natural park located in Quebec, you’ll be able to collect many objects that will enrich your virtual museum! Through your discoveries, you will learn how to protect the common eiders, the terns and the moss campion that populate the island. In addition, you will gain precious knowledge about ecosystems and about the appropriate behaviours to preserve them.

Posted by Ophélie Delaunay on May 1st, 2015 | Comment (0)

2015_livre_navireThere are new features in the Brought to You by Ship game. Will you be able to earn enough points to get yourself a new ship and thus have access to more orders? The bulk carrier will allow you to transport bulk goods towards the GAME FOR SCIENCE islands.

You’ll even be able to obtain information about your ships travelling across the world map.

Posted by Ophélie Delaunay on April 2nd, 2015 | Comment (0)

2015_2_fevrier_bombardier2_ANGDiscover the forces that will allow your plane to fly and build Aéro Montréal’s most beautiful glider thanks to the “Passion From Within” challenge.

The 3D building and assembly guide will show you the steps to follow to build your glider.

Will you succeed in collecting all the objects of the new quest offered by Rachel 1? Go to Aeronia Island quickly and take on the challenge!

Posted by Ophélie Delaunay on February 23rd, 2015 | Comment (0)

A 3D tool to build a very spectacular plane out of wooden sticks and paper!

2015_2_fevrier_bombardier_ANGDo you want to make the coolest paper plane around fly? Build Aéro Montréal’s “Passion for Flight” glider!

Posted by Ophélie Delaunay on February 11th, 2015 | Comment (0)

2014_12_Déc-ACFAS-La-preuve-par-l'imageA new feature is waiting for you in GAME FOR SCIENCE!

By answering a series of 20 questions, discover unseen pictures taken from real scientific studies, conducted in areas as varied as natural and engineering sciences, social and human sciences, or health sciences.