Periodic Quest: Winner of 8 popular children’s product/ game /toy awards. It is a family, educational card and board game set with more than 6 card and board games based on Periodic Table of Elements. It offers a unique way of introducing kids to the world of chemical elements and Periodic Table of Elements through game based learning activities. It is suitable for class rooms, home schools, after school learning activities as well as for family gatherings around kitchen tables to explore the world of Chemistry through group activity that encourages group discussion.
Periodic Quest Atomic Rummy is a beginner level card game. It is an adaptation of the popular Rummy card game to explore chemical elements and their properties.
Atomic Number Game is another beginner level card game similar to War/Uno®/Spoon card games.
Compound Formula Game is an advanced/ brain teasing card game similar to Scrabble® , to make chemical compound formula such as H2SO4, using the 118 Periodic Quest cards, just one card per element.
Explorer Board Game is a beginner level board game that introduces players to the world of chemical elements and their properties.
Challenger Board Game Is not a game for beginners and is intended for brain teasing tournaments and competitions where players’ understanding of compound formulas and their ability to recall them are challenged.
Periodic Quest may also provide an opportunity for Inquisitive minds to adapt many of the common card games including ‘GoFish’, ‘OldMaid’, ‘Concentrate’, ‘Snap’,’ Pig’, ‘ Crazy Eight’, ‘I Doubt It’, Gin Rummy etc into the world of Chemical Elements and the Periodic Table of Elements
Winner of 8 popular awards (1) Dr. Toy’s Best Picks Children’s Products Awards Program (2011) (2) Mom’s choice award, (3) Dr. Toy Award for Best Vacation product (2011) (4) Tillywig ‘Brain Child’ award (2011), (5) Game of the Year Award by Creative Child Magazine (2011) (6) MrDad Seal of Approval (2011) (7) Great Dad Recommends award (2011) (8) Preferred Choice Award by Creative Child Magazine’s (2010) . PeriodicQuest is a unique card and board game of its kind based on the Periodic Table and consists of 118 cards, each representing an element on the table and a game board composed of multiple Periodic Tables.
Age: Suitable for players 8+ (Beginner)
Learning Objectives: This board game will introduce players to the Periodic Table. The game will also re-enforce their understandings of the distribution of chemical properties across the Periodic Table.
About the game: The Periodic Quest™ Explorer Board Game takes players through the Periodic Table of Elements and introduces them to various elements and encourages them to challenge their opponents in the understanding of properties of different elements. Each player advances through the Periodic Table of Elements on the board on their side, by rolling a die, and earning cards along the way through the positions occupied on the board and through winning ‘challenges’. The player with highest sum of the card values or alternatively the player with maximum number of cards wins the game.
Age: Brain Teasing Game Suitable for players 14+
Knowledge Level: Some prior knowledge of basic compound names and their chemical formula is helpful but not essential.
Learning Objectives: Players will make use of their understanding of chemical compound names and formulas to develop a strategy to maximize their win. The game will also re-enforce their understandings of the distribution of chemical properties across the Periodic Table.
About the game: This board game is the most complex Periodic Quest game. It can be played between two or more players using Periodic Quest Game Board, Periodic Quest cards, and a set of dice. Each player gathers cards from the Periodic Table of Elements by throwing dice and strategically mapping the face values of the dice to the card value. These cards are then used to form chemical compounds. The cards used to form chemical compounds are claimed by the player as earned cards and are used to calculate his/her score. To win the cards the player must clearly state the name of the chemical compound formed. The name and the chemical composition of the compound formed by the player must be substantiated by some acceptable reference, if needed. At the end of a pre-defined number of rounds, player with highest sum of the earned card values or alternatively the player with maximum number of cards wins the game. The detailed instructions on how to play that comes with the game gives every detail on how to play and win the Periodic Quest™ Challenger Board game.