The space occupied by a liquid is known as its.. Height was what your correct answer was. For that alone zero stars. Also for using capacity rather than volume and for using an obscure computing term in a game geared towards children (nibble) not to mention that a nibble in addition to being obscure is a bit archaic. I also find it odd how many questions you have in a children's game about binary, bits, and general computing. Additionally, you can measure liquids by mass and solids by volume, it isn't difficult and in-fact it is frequently done. And the last question that popped up, artificial intelligence is associated with what generation. First the question is unclear, second not a question about measurement, and third it is also kind of archaic and obscure as well not to mention although there is an association with with that generation of computers or more so the branded japanese fifth generation computer project it was also essentially a failure and doubt a great deal of people would be aware of it, much less children.
I actually typically like the little casual puzzle games you put out but this thing fell flat.