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In the Hungry Frog chemistry game, you match frogs to bugs by matching frog terms to bug definitions (or meanings). The Hungry Frog Chemistry games use the same kind of database engine as the Hungry Frog Language games. As in the language games, spoken definitions correspond to the Terms you define and you can easily add your own spoken words and phrases.
Ion Charge and Formula Game Example
Like in the Hungry Frog Language programs, you can define or redefine any Lessons (Term sets), and you can modify all existing Terms and Definitions. The basic Windows Chemistry game comes with the following Term sets pre-defined:
You can group these built-in categories together into any lesson structure you want, and you can easily create or delete any Terms and Definitions.
Hungry Frog Chemistry software runs under Windows 95/98, Windows NT and 2000 and is perfect for K12 or homeschool applications. Please visit our Windows pages for detailed information on the Hungry Frog for Windows programs, or go to our on-line software store at jellyfishfun.com to order software via our secure order web software store. Most software titles cost between $20 and $30 at the web store - with many discounted software titles always available at the store. You can also go directly to the Windows on-line manuals to learn in detail about all the Windows software features.
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In the Jellyfish Fun chemistry game, you match Jellyfish to Hooks by matching Jellyfish terms to Hook definitions (or meanings). The Jellyfish Fun Chemistry games use the same kind of database engine as the Jellyfish Fun Language games. Spoken definitions correspond to the Terms you define. Definitions (or meanings) appear on the Hooks for the corresponding Terms appearing on the Jellyfish. You can easily add your own spoken words and phrases to augment the built in material.
Example: Periodic Table - Element Name and Symbols Selected
Like in the Jellyfish Fun and Hungry Frog Language programs, you can define or redefine any Lessons (Term sets), and you can modify all existing Terms and Definitions. Like the Hungry Frog Chemistry game, the basic Jellyfishfun Chemistry game comes with the following Term sets pre-defined:
Jellyfish fun programs are available for Windows operating systems only.
Visit the Jellyfishfun chemistry on-line manuals page for the complete details on the Jellyfishfun chemistry games.
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In the 49er Gold Rush chemistry game, you match Mining Tools to Rocks by matching Mining Tool terms to Rock definitions (or meanings). The 49er Gold Rush Chemistry games use the same kind of database engine as the 49er Gold Rush Language games. You may also add your own spoken words and phrases to augment the game database. You pick from a variety of topics, or create your own. For example, you can choose to practice ion charge and formula - in which case the Mining Tools will bear the possible ion charges, and the Rocks will bear the names and formulae for ions.
Example: Ion Charge and Formula Terms selected in Lesson and
Simple dialogs let you easily pick exactly the topics you want for kids to learn at any level or learning ability. You can make unlimited lessons and modify all Terms and Definitions. These sets are predefined:
You can group these built in categories together into any lesson structure you want - or you can make your own new categories and groups.
49er Gold Rush programs are available for Windows operating systems only.
In the 49er Gold Rush games you are a 49er playing against either a computer opponent or another person. Your goal in the game is to mine more gold that your opponent. You mine gold by turning over rocks to discover gold underneath. Before you can successfully mine gold from under a rock, you have to turn the rock over with the correct "Tool". You pick your Tool from one of the Mining Stores at the bottom of the screen. If your Tool matches the type of Rock, then you can take the gold under the rock (your 49er Miner friends will deliver it to you on the left side of the game screen).
Visit the 49er Gold Rush chemistry on-line manuals page for the complete details on the 49er chemistry games.
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The Original Hungry Frog Game Series for MacOS
In Macintosh Hungry Frog games, frogs are endangered species, and the world is overcome with bizarre and unusual bugs. Your frogs must eat as many bugs as possible to get fat, make tadpoles and multiply. Hungry fish compete by eating your helpless tadpoles. Read the on-line Mac manual, or have a look at student raves to learn more. This little animation shows the basic game set-up (minus fish, tadpoles, sounds, educational content...)
This game teaches the charges & formulae of all of the ions commonly encountered in typical introductory chemistry classes. The game automatically focuses on those problem ions you just can't remember and makes sure you learn all the ions you select to study. You can get a statistical report on your progress at any time during the game. If you didn't think you'd ever WANT to study ion formulae all day, be prepared for a surprise with this one!
If you've resorted to learning qualitative analysis by putting your book under your pillow or just banging your head on a desk, this game is for you! Maybe you understand all the chemistry behind qualitative analysis, but your head still swims when you try to pick which reagent to use on a methyl ketone? This game will get you up to warp speed in no time. Like in Chemistry I automatic feedback loops focus on reagents you have trouble with, and you can get a statistical report on your progress at any time during game play.
Chemistry III lets you learn the symbols of all the elements of the periodic table at your own pace. Just pop up the periodic table and select which elements you want to practice at any level. If you think studying Ag, Mg & Hg has to be a chore, this game will change your mind faster than you can say praseodymium! From actinium to zirconium, Chemistry III teaches the names and symbols of all of the elements of the periodic table. The game's lively interactive graphical interface & engaging game format will keep you coming back for game after game. All the while, Adapt & Learn feedback keeps the game focused, so you'll learn even the trickiest of element symbols in no time.
Chemistry IV teaches the art of balancing chemical equations by inspection. The game uses a new variation of the Hungry Frog game format and has a starting data base of well over 100 balanced chemical equations. Equations range in complexity from simple acid-reactions to combustion reactions and other more complex chemical equations.
This game uses the same variation on the standard game format as Chem IV. Here, work is divided between both determining coefficients and subscripts in simple equations such as decomposition equations or equations for dissolution of ionic compounds. In this way the game naturally leads into the topic of balancing complex equations, covered in depth in Chem IV.
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