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World of Science

rated 3.53 / 5 stars
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Mar 18, 2011 | 12:04 PM EDT

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World of Science is a magical experience where players assume the role of a character who must manage their own world. Building wind farms and using the solar power of the sun to create a better future all help to make their planet a better place to live. Players must keep their character happy for as long as possible as well as going to work in the laboratory to earn money, allowing them to maintain and upgrade their world.

Use your mouse to control the world!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

dont listen to nick-gerz

hes just some racist basterd.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game...Nick-Gerz There are brownish skined germans out there no race is one skin color like you know that there are mexicans and other central american people can be white...People do not listen too Nick-Gerz he is just a racist idiot.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well...It's a fun game to play,it's adictive and it's also educative but... there's something i think it doesn't fit, i just... don't know what it is...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I am enjoying the game play although the gameplay seems a little slow at times.

In the spirit of Sim building and nintendo WII's styled sprites, this game features strategic management and building while focusing on a character who you can nuture similar to a tomagachi.

The information is quite relevant and every one should understand the information and education this game provides.

It includes positive upgrades and allows your choices to affect all sorts of environmental variables. A positive game. The game mechanics reveal the world you manage to contain a complex economy linked to your willingness to grow and learn.

Still playing this game and would recomend this game to a younger crowd thats not only interested in killing and shooting.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


if ohm was a german, why did you make him black? i understand this is for kids and you wanted to relate to as many groups as possible, but if this is supposed to be educational why not represent the scientist as a white dude like he really was. you could have made the black guy something else, like coal for instance since they are similar colors. anyway, i havn't even gotten past the character selection screen so i don't know what the game is like but i'll give you an 8, because you didn't try hard enough for a ten. I'm sure the rest of the game will be similarly disappointing as the selection screen was but you get points for trying to help kids learn.