Periodic Table of Elements

By Jorge Eider Software Free to try Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Feb 27, 2009
This educational game makes learning the difference between beryllium and californium more fun than it might normally be. True to its name, this Flash program quizzes students on the Periodic Table of Elements. For reference, you'll find a complete table near the interface's lower-left corner. The utility offers four quiz modes, three of which require you to drag the elements into the proper location on an empty or incomplete table. In the fourth game, you match an element with the appropriate symbol. The colorful interface helps breathe life into the rather drab subject of chemistry, and the jazz soundtrack is a nice if unexpected touch. You can disable the music, but that's really the only user-customization option. The demo only will let you set the timer on each game for 10 minutes, but that's all the reason to study harder. Chemistry students looking for an alternative to textbooks should give Periodic Table of Elements a try.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.0


Release November 7, 2008
Date Added June 21, 2005
Version 1.0

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Additional Requirements Windows 2000/XP


Total Downloads 7,205
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Developer's Description

Periodic Table of the Elements is an educational game about chemistry where the user can study and memorize the elements in an easy and fun way. The goal of this game is to force the user to study and memorize the elements, their names, atomic numbers, and masses.
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