Games and experiments

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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!

 

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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.

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Climate Tactics

The Spirit of the Bear is rapidly losing its footing. The pack ice beneath its feet is melting away due to greenhouse gases. You can help. Eliminate the cloud so that it may find safety. Luckily, Indigenous communities have ways to fight climate change. Win this tactical card game by choosing the right techniques. Beware! The Spirit of the Trickster has more than one card up its sleeve...

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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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Interactive File on Criminalistics

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

For the original Flash version, click here.

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Coronaventures

Nicolas Des Alliers of the education team at the Science Center took advantage of the confinement to deepen his programming skills and create his very first online educational game. Have fun harvesting the essentials items by following public health recommendations and avoid the spread! Your knowledge of the virus will help you greatly during your adventures!

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Morbus Delirium

Morbus Delirium is 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?

WARNING: suggested to children 12 years and older
This game was developed a few years ago, well before the appearance of the Coronavirus. Created with the advice of public health scientists and historians, it deals with a fictitious pandemic of a completely invented virus, the morbus delirium. If the current pandemic worries you and generates anxiety in your home, do not hesitate to talk about it with your parents or to consult help resources like Tel-Jeunes: www.teljeunes.com

Other games and experiences

Here we offer you games or experiments to do online which have been developed by other oulets of science and technology with which we share our mission. Have fun while learning science and technology!

Gear up

Gear up for nature
 
With your sense of observation and your resourcefulness chase the wicked D. Tritus. Run an exhilarating run across Canada! Your challenge: improve your racing car using the principles of biomimicry. Take inspiration from nature to increase its performance.

https://museebombardier.com/TouteAllure/

From the Museum of Ingenuity J. Armand Bombardier