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The University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering has developed an interactive engineering site for kids. Play games about sound, light, forces, motion, electricity, the earth, and beyond!
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The College of Engineering at the University of Hawaii at Manoa has built Xtreme! Enginnering. Play various games and learn more about engineering.

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