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Our memory is imperfect. Catburglary teaches players about the factors that can influence what we remember.

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Hungry Birds

Life is full of choices. In Hungry Birds, players learn about the foraging decisions that animals make to maximize the number of offspring and their survival.

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Working out the relationship between organisms is a puzzle. Phylotile helps you learn the skills to solve it!

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Eat Prey Live

Become a predator in Eat Prey Live and watch evolution happen right before your eyes!

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Veronica Zapp

Become a detective in Veronica Zapp and learn about different electrical safety issues and how to identify them properly.

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Psych Tests

Stop simply explaining classic psychology experiments in your class, and run them in 5 minutes. All it takes is a class full of students with mobile devices!

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Split - A - Cell

Tired of trying to memorize the stages of mitosis? Try Split-a-cell and become a master of cytokenesis!

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Explore Colours

Mixing colours without all that messy paint!

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EcoTag uses augmented reality to arrange your students into groups, and it also breaks the ice!

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Reservoir Crabs

Run animal behaviour experiments in augmented reality with your phone! Reservoir helps students learn about animals contests and experimental design.

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Gerard Layzard: Feast of Pain

Become Gerard Layzard to blast the ant invaders and learn all about the evolution of mimicry.

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Treasure Tragedy

Treasure tragedy is a class based game that helps students learn about the tragedy of the commons, and the evolution of punishment and co-operation.

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Blue Steal

Blue Steal turns students into augmented reality birds to help them learn about female preference, the evolution of mating strategies, and the cultural transmission of learning.

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Pinned Diversity

Use Pinned Diversity to view different invertebrates in full augmented reality glory!

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Vi - Rush

Stop the viruses. Find the red queen. Save your research budget. And help your students learn about frequency dependent selection.

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Powerhouse of the Cell

In Powerhouse of the Cell, students learn about cellular energy production by running along an infinite electron transport chain.

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Xenon Crowe

Become the Xenon Crowe and hunt the animals of Xenon to learn about the different types of defenses that animals evolve and how they protect them from predators.

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Coogee Rocks

Explore the creation of Coogee from the Late Paleozoic!

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Spinder takes you to an imaginary spider dating app that teaches about correlated traits and why certain combinations of traits cannot evolve.

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