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Poke-A-Muscle

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Sep 21, 2008 | 9:04 PM EDT

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Author Comments

The enemy is in your midst! Yes, I'm a TEACHER, hell-bent on making you learn something.
Now think carefully and play your cards right, cos you've got a choice to make. You can bag the game and say "it's too hard and it makes my brain hurt" and return to school and get the same old worksheets, OR, you can rate the game well, ensuring its survival and email your science/PE teacher pleading them to use the game next time they are teaching Body Systems.
Have a say in the quality of your education: Vote Poke-A-Muscle "10" today!!
Nah seriously, feel free to make the feedback as honest/constructive as you dare so I can continue to make better games.
Take a peek at www.anatomyarcade.com for more cool(ish) games about anatomy and tell your teacher!

Reviews


theawesomeman98788theawesomeman98788

Rated 4 / 5 stars

trigger happy :|



AerenGreyAerenGrey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Friggintastic

Wow, great game. Is it legal here to call it that because its so edumacational as well? A great way to study for science classes or to review on your own. More teachers should try their hand at making games. :)



entropiCCyclesentropiCCycles

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very useful learning tool

I'm glad that I've found this game. It really helps in trying to remember some of the bigger muscles in the body. This will be very useful for studying for the practical exam I have in my anatomy and physiology course.

Thank you very much for this work. If only I'd have followed your link, I would have also found the bone game in time for my first practical exam. ^^;

Keep up the great work!



LithiumLotusLithiumLotus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank you!!

I currently have an Anatomy Exam, and I was thrilled to find another way to memorize the muscles other then staring blankly at a sheet of paper. (muscles are for some reason the hardest for me to learn.)

I want to thank you so much for posting this up! I have showed all of my college buddies and wrote the link on the white board for my other classmates.

You are an awesome teacher for helping not only your students but students all over.

-Cheers!


anatomyarcade responds:

Thanks for the encouragement and for the marketing efforts!


waveshockerwaveshocker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow.

This is rough. I'm quite challenged to find the answers.