Breathe life into human anatomy! Build-a-Body is an interactive educational science game by the award-winning educational gaming company, Spongelab Interactive. Build-a-Body is a multi-player drag and drop game where you learn about the major organ systems of the human body. In Learning mode, take your time and learn about the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, nervous, skeletal and excretory systems. In Time Trial mode, challenge your friends or collaborate with them to build a body as fast as possible. Build a Body is multi-touch and can support up to 10 touch points. Optimized for All-in-One PCs and playable on all devices with either a mouse/keyboard, or a touch screen, Build-a-Body features stunning HD graphics and multiplayer features that makes it fun for all ages. Are you a Spongelab.com user? You can log in with your Spongelab.com account and have your score recorded on the leaderboard at Spongelab.com. Don’t have an account? You can either register for one (it’s free!) or skip the login part – it’s not required to play Build-a-Body. Spongelab.com is a free science website, bringing you the best in digital learning with games, animations, videos, images, and simulations. You can use your free Spongelab.com account on both the website and to play this version of Build-a-Body. Are you a parent or a teacher? Where does my food go? What do my bones look like? How does my heart work? Young children's fascination about themselves will propel them through Spongelab's Build-A-Body as they explore the different systems. Like a jigsaw puzzle, they can drag-and-drop anatomical pieces into the body and see what the parts actually look like and how they fit together. Parents and caregivers can quickly reference the notes on the side as their natural curiosity leads to more complex questions of how it all works. Intuitively, they will start to relate the picture on the screen to their own anatomy, feeling their heartbeat, the contours of their bones and the rise and fall of their chests.
Supported OS: [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP]
Processor: Intel i3 processor, equilavent or better
RAM: 1 GB
Hard Disk: 100 Mb
Video Card: On-board Graphics