I added basic descriptions to some of the games listed that I was a bit familiar with. My descriptions are probably pretty shit, but it's better than nothing I suppose 126.96.36.199 04:58, January 19, 2012 (UTC)
Neat page. A cool idea. Edit
I have a few questions though. Would general "physics" type games fall under here as well, such as Fluidity and Enigmo, or do you prefer more chemical based approaches? I dunno what The Incredible Machine would fall under either, but would that be acceptable?
Some half-serious questions:
Would this Science Girls work?
Also, where is this song?
Joking aside, if I find any legit entries that might work. I'll throw them onto this talk page first. --Dejiko 10:46, January 19, 2012 (UTC)
- Needs better criteria to separate the 'science' games from the 'science-fiction' or 'science-fantasy' games. "Elite" gets a lotta respect from me, and it has a futuristic setting, but next to 'Kerbal Space Program' or 'Spacechem' is obvious that "Elite" is a science-fantasy game.
- Has there been a 'science games' thread on /v/? --Mozai 14:22, January 19, 2012 (UTC)
Science, indeed the something.Edit
Science games?! Sounds neat and shit. I'm looking forward to the potential of this section. We should add regular columns to this page to make it feel more legitament. Also I have no idea what game is for which system, so that's a problem. And indeed, Carl Sagan did science shit, very observant. (Cloudman15 13:29, January 19, 2012 (UTC))