Games and experiments

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Morbus Delirium

The Montreal Science Centre, in collaboration with the Virtual Museum of Canada and Affordance Studios, presents Morbus Delirium, a web based game that puts the player in the middle of a sanitary crisis in Quebec. A highly mutagenic virus called "Morbus Delirium" propagates with stunning speed and the player has only a couple days to find the source, contain the epidemic and find a treatment.

Can you stop the epidemy?

To play: https://www.morbusdelirium.com/


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ScienceXpress

You're looking for a fun scientific experiment? Some cool DIY stuff? An awesome video? It's all happening here!

On ScienceXpress you will find:

Awesome scientific experiences to be done at home to seriously impress your friends and/or mystify your parents.

Some easy DIY stuff, which your friends are going to be jealous about and your dad might try to steal from you.

And if YOU have an experiment, your own DIY things or an awesome video you'd like to share, this is the spot!

 


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Sex : A tell-all exhibition

Sex: A Tell-all Exhibition, an original and unique creation dealing with sexuality, represents a rare occasion for youths to find frank and direct answers on their sexuality and to develop the critical sense they need to make enlightened and responsible decisions. Sex : A Tell-all Exhibition was conceived in cooperation with youths, parents, teaching professionals, medical doctors, sexologists, and health specialists.


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Sleep...from A to ZZZ

What do you know about your nights of sleep?

With the Sleep from A to Zzz microsite, discover how your body and mind work during sleep. Also learn what causes insomnia and nightmares.

Fascinating and not boring!


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2K40

The year is 2040. The first manned mission to Mars, the red planet, will soon be leaving. The team boarding the capsule must be selected. A series of tests has been devised to find the best candidates. These tests will take place in a survival station, deep in the St. Lawrence River.

Do you want to be part of the team ? Do you like challenges ?

Presented by the Virtual Museum of Canada


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Interactive File on Criminalistics

Discover the world of criminalistics, or forensic science with the Autopsy of a Murder Interactive File.

Winner - Boomerang  - Grand Prix Éducation in 2005.


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Unplugged!

Are you ready to put on Inspector 00Watt’s uniform?

Explore an uncanny home where the occupants use up too much energy and free them from the grasp of Terrawattus Energivorus!


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X-treme Rotation

In this Universe, everything turns - from the microscopic to the galactic.

These 4 games challenge you to master the physical rules in 4 rotations: the wheel, the lever, the gear and the screw.


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36 Solutions

This strange contraption reveals the most amazing items, reflecting the ingenuity and know-how of our homegrown geniuses.

 

Governor General’s 2011 History Award for Excellence in Museums – History Alive!


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Sayansi

International development simulation game
A natural disaster has destroyed almost everything on the island of SAYANSI! As the leader of the recovery mission, your task is to help the community improve public health, education and the economy. Get busy digging wells and building houses, stores, a clinic and a school, all while helping the people adopt technologies that promote sustainable development.


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The 36-Song Challenge

The world in 36 musical pieces... really?

Yet, at the the Science Center, we have tried to represent all cultures and periods in 36 pieces....

Have  we forgotten any? Can you think of others?


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Truth or Lie? The Game

Put your critical thinking skills to the test and try to find all the hoaxes in the quiz.

Then, create your very own hoax! Create a new animal species from scratch with photo snippets of different animals and landscapes.

And share your creation on Facebook and Twitter to befuddle your friends!


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Branle-bas de Combat!

Virtual exposition on the Port of Montreal circa 1939-1945é