The King's Request: Physiology and Anatomy Revision Game

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Are you studying Physiology or Anatomy or interested in the human body, science, biology, medicine, biomedicine, biomedical science, nursing, pharmacy, health or exercise science? This short adventure game will help you 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 answer the call and save the kingdom!! It's completely free, with no adds or anything else... so jump in and give the game a go!

This short adventure game uses your knowledge of the human body and concepts from science, biology, physiology, anatomy, medicine, biomed, nursing, pharmacy, health or exercise science as your weapon! There's no negative if you get a question wrong - so have a go and save the kingdom!!

Features within the game:
-Adventure RPG with a questline to save the castle and help the king
-Battles use your knowledge of Physiology, Anatomy, Biology and Health Sciences to defeat the bosses
-Engaging virtual world with nearly all features, items and components interactive
-Gold system: Find gold, uncover treasure, explore the map and use the currency within the in-game shop
-Walk, run, or take a boat out to the open ocean as you reach all corners of the kingdom
-Hidden bosses, secrets and fun things to uncover throughout
-Sassy, silly humorous encounters, characters and events
-All questions and content fully approved and curated by scientists, clinicians, and medical educators
-A unique method to revise and understand human physiology and anatomy
-TOTALLY FREE! No adds, no costs, yours to experience - it's a short adventure game and you may learn something - why not have a go!!
Original languageEnglish
Publisher Physiology with Dr Christian
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jun 2018


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