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Mar 22, 2012 | 11:18 AM EDT

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30th March Update:
We hope to have fixed issue whereby occasionally green and yellow power-ups sometimes took you to a dead end.

Grow your neuron as long as possible by using your mouse to click on protein targets within your circle of influence.

You can only click on protein targets within your circle of influence but you need to be quick as it decreases over time.

Connect with special pink, green, yellow and blue protein targets for a range of power ups to help you overcome rival neurons that compete with you for the available protein targets.

'Axon' uses real features of neuron development in the foetal brain. You can find out more by clicking on The Science link from the main menu of the game.

Reviews


ArthurdentlyArthurdently

Rated 5 / 5 stars

OMG this game is awesome however I think it is a bit too easy
Make the chains 5 clicks long to get and stop them from dropping you straight onto other powerupsa and the game could be fair.
Also the reds keep rolling over powerups without gaining them Can you fix this?
apart from that 10/10 :) :) :) :)



superstartezsuperstartez

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like the game as well as it's Concept. It is not only about playing and enjoying the game it is about knowledge and study while playing... 5 star for the concept...

==Neuron==
and
==Axon==

"Are the most essential neural fibrous tissues interlinked by synapses to each other called "Axons" a long protoplasmic fiber which stimulates neural electrical impulses which operates billions of trains of signal pulses message transmition to different parts of our body in .23 milliseconds..

According to this...

"well Mammal body is the fastest working, operating, and ____ Living thing in the universe.. (Including Humans)

Epic!!



subconcussivesubconcussive

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Right Click...Download .swf... you're welcome



DarkPlumberDarkPlumber

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I had way to much fun with this. It's addicting and every time I click the link it gives me I get a little more knowledge on our nerves. I love how it portrays the way we make neuro impulses and how quick they have to me. Nice game!


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PurpleInkPurpleInk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun and educational, very nice!!


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