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 75.82.216.162 04:58, January 19, 2012 (UTC)

Neat page. A cool idea.[edit source]

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 source]

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))

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