A FREE game to help you revise Physiology & Anatomy: The King's Request. Links in description

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Revise your Physiology Knowledge in The King's Request: COMPLETELY Free game (no adds or in-app purchases).


If you're interested in the human body or studying any sort of physiology, anatomy, science, biology, medicine, biomedicine, biomedical science, nursing, pharmacy, exercise science or health subject then you could help save the kingdom!! This short adventure game encourages you to work through questions surrounding some of the major concepts in physiology, anatomy and the study of the human body. There's no negative if you get a question wrong - so even if you're not studying science, why not have a go and answer the King's call!!


Please leave a like & please leave a review on the hosting site (eg: Steam, Google Play, Microsoft Store), if gamifying learning content and revision questions in this way is something that you think may have potential. Thanks for playing!!!


The King's Request. Physiology and Anatomy Revision Game (Free & No Adds).


Links to the game for each device:


ONLINE version - works on all devices


Downloadable versions for each specific OS:

STEAM (Windows PC, Apple iOS & Linux):


Microsoft Store, Windows 10, Windows Mobile:


Google Play: Android Tablet, Android Phone:



This game encourages students in a health sciences or medicine course revise the content covered in Physiology and Anatomy throughout Year 1 & 2. It's also a little experiment in gamifying content and making more educational resources available online. If the community finds this useful, I'd love to produce more of these types of resources, in a range of subjects with no cost ever: They'll always be free to install, share and use.


Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationYouTube
Publisher Physiology with Dr Christian
Media of outputOnline
Size0:42 min
Publication statusPublished - 29 Jun 2018


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