Student Games!

Moosmosis: Educational Games, Animations, and Simulations

Student Games! Play our free educational games created by students, for students. These original student game projects represent a wide spectrum of genres, art styles, and design ideas.

Are you up for a challenge of edu-gaming? :mrgreen:

     Featuring original educational games, simulations, and animations created by students, for students and lifelong learners! Our Moosmosis Edu-tainment and Games Section is designed to make learning fun and inspiring, with a wide variety of exciting games teaching science, diversity, art, philosophy, sustainability, geography, and much more.


Table of Contents

Games: | Journey to Hope| Health – Body, Mind Inequality | STEM Curator: Women in Stem | The Ugly Duckling | Atomize | Vivid Abyss | First Kid on Mars | Spectrum | One Bottle At a Time 

Animation & Simulations: |DNA Transcription | Optics | Venus: A Tour of Amazingfulness | World Breakfast | Atom Explorer |Physics Concave & Convex Lens

Topics: Mathematics, Science, STEM, Gender Equality, Social Justice, Peace, Sustainability, Health, Bullying, Psychology, Physics, Space, LGBT Rights, Global Diversity, Culture, Chemistry, Physics, Empowerment, Environment, Recycling


First Kid on Mars Game

Featured Game: “First Kid on Mars”

Kid on Earth? How about “First Kid on Mars!” Join in this turn-based point and click game as you adventure off to space as Earth’s first kid on Mars with a blast of fun and science imagination.

Created by: 4ggcV, Student from Carribean Netherlands (Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba)

Tags: Science fiction, Abstract, Space, Point and Click Game, Turn-based Game, Animation, All Ages

Moosmosis Simulation: Light Optics Refraction

Featured Simulation: “Optics (Refraction)” 

Have you ever wondered about the physics behind rainbows? Part of that answer deals with optics and refraction! Interact with light, reflections, refractions, rainbows and more in this educational simulation!

Created by: Griffpatch, Lifelong learner from United Kingdom

Tags: Light Optics, Physics, Reflection, Refraction, Simulation, All Ages

Moosmosis: Journey to Hope Game

Featured Game: “Journey to Hope”

This game is about a tiny square who is the last colorful cube in the world – welcome to Journey of Hope. Follow our world’s last colorful cube through an empowering journey of motivation, loss and dreams, reflective of life and its challenges.

Created by: frostyiceprincess, Student from United States

Tags: Empowerment, Psychology, Motivation, Platform Game, All Ages

Atomize Game

Featured Game: “Atomize”

Are you a fan of the famous tower defense strategy game, Plants vs Zombies? You’re in luck! Play “Atomize” with a chemical twist to the classic Plants vs. Zombies, and defend your base with chemical elements!

Created by: applepiesleth, Student from Canada

Tags: Chemistry, Atom, Elements, Tower Defense Game, All Ages

Moosmosis: The Ugly Duckling Game

Featured Game: “The Ugly Duckling – A Platformer”

Bullying hurts. Travel with the Ugly Duckling in this game as he searches for acceptance and belonging.

Created by: frostyiceprincess, Student from United States

Tags: Anti-bullying, Acceptance, Empowerment, Psychology, Platform Game, All Ages

World Breakfast

Featured Animation: “World Breakfast”

Ever wondered what someone from the other side of the world eats for breakfast? Check out this interactive animation with scrumptious foods from around the world!

Created by: Freddie (scratchmaster678), Student from England

Our Special Interview with Freddie: What Does the World Eat for Breakfast?

Tags: Global Culture, Diversity, Geography, Animation, Interactive, All Ages

Vivid Abyss Game

Featured Game: “Vivid Abyss”

Welcome to ViVid ABYSS – a place of your wildest dreams. Jump into a unique world, fight shadow creatures to find your way back home, and solve math puzzles and equations. “ViViD Abyss” was also the 1st Place High School Winner for the National STEM Videogame Challenge in 2012.

Created by: ChaoticD and DGgames, Student from United States

Tags: Mathematics, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Pixel, Platform Game, All Ages

Atom Explorer Simulation

Featured Simulation: “Atom Explorer”

Interact with “Atom Explorer” to explore the chemical elements in our periodic table. Add protons, neutrons, check out their charges, and more interactive and educational fun!

Created by: Hamsword, Student from Hungary

Tags: Science, Chemistry, Atom, Periodic Table, Simulation, All Ages


Featured Game: “Spectrum

In this adventurous game, “Spectrum,” empower yourself with the knowledge of gender and equality by collecting flags and defeating Fat Cats! The term fat cat refers to political donors who corrupt campaign finance systems. Join us in retro fun!

Created by: ipzy, Student from United States

Tags: Gender Equality, Social Justice, LGBT Rights, Platform Game, Retro, Pixel, All Ages

Moosmosis:One Bottle at a TIme

Featured Game: “One Bottle At a Time”

We only have one planet and we must treasure it. Recycling helps prevent waste, save money, and make the world a cleaner place. This game will help you learn what is and isn’t recyclable so that you too can help save our planet.

Special Note: Items in this game are sorted the way they are in Toronto, Ontario. This varies between cities, provinces, and countries. Even so, this special game carries a special message that unites all people from around the world: recycle!

Created by: KM, foundationKM, Student from Toronto, Canada

Tags: Environment, Recycling, Green Sustainability, Sorting Game, All Ages

Game STEM Curator

Featured Game: “STEM Curator: Women in STEM”

Play as a museum intern tasked to design a museum to empower girls in STEM, Science and Technology, Engineering and Math. Interact with beautiful vector art and design. 

Created by: Joely, Student from University of Washington, United States

Our Special Interview with Joely: Empowering Women in STEM

Tags: Diversity, STEM, Game, Women in STEM, Point and Click, All Ages

Venus: A Tour of Amazingfulness

Featured Animation: “Venus: A Tour of Amazingfulness” 

In this interactive fun-loving animation, enjoy a narrated tour through our planet Venus and learn about its discovery, history, and scientific facts!

Created by: Bubble103, Student from South Africa

Tags: Space, Astronomy, STEM, Venus, History, Animation, Interactive, All Ages

Moosmosis SCRATCH Programming

Featured Simulation: “DNA Transcription: Auto-Code Transcription “

In this simulation, transcribe any 5′-3′ DNA strand into a 3′-5′ mRNA strand! Enjoy aesthetic design as the project automatically converts DNA strand sequences into mRNA strand sequences.

Created by: Andy, Student from Singapore

Tags: DNA, STEM, Biology, Simulation, All Ages

Inequality Game

Featured Game: “Inequality” 

Join “Inequality” and the character Us in a powerful platform game exploring inequality, social justice, and “us” vs “them.”

Created by: Teal08, Student from Australia

Tags: Social Justice, Inequality, Diversity, Sociology, Platform Game, All Ages

Moosmosis: Physics Concave Convex Lens Simulation

Featured Simulation: “Concave & Convex Lens Physics Simulation”

Do you wear glasses, or have a friend who does? Learn about the physics behind them with our interactive “Lens Physics Simulation.” Project virtual and real images with concave (converging) or convex (diverging) lens!

Created by: Kenji, nakahiro, Student from Japan

Tags: Physics, STEM, Concave and Convex Lens, Image Projection, Simulation, All Ages


All original games, simulations, and animations featured on Moosmosis were made by students and lifelong learners from around the world. To support their endeavors and ambitions, feel free to give them a shout out on their respective profiles, linked in each post! Thank you again for exploring with Moosmosis!

Copyright 2016 Moosmosis: All Rights Reserved

Free and Fun Educational Student Games, Made by Students, For Students!

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