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UK's Science Museum to teach teens with new retro-themed web games

In a new effort to teach teens about science and technology, the UK-based Science Museum has commissioned a series of free, retro-themed educational games.
Newsbrief: In a new effort to teach teens about science and technology, the UK-based Science Museum has commissioned a series of free, retro-themed web games for its official website. The games suite, dubbed Futurecade, includes four games that aim to teach players about current and future technology in a number of scientific fields, with topics ranging from bacteria engineering, protecting space satellites, to fighting global warming. The games were developed by the London-based Preloaded, a studio that has done other commissioned game projects for the BBC, Channel 4, Adult Swim, and more. The Futurecade project is set to debut online this week, on Thursday, February 2.

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