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Nobel Prize - Physics Games Section Nobel Prize - Physics Games Section
Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize, offers an educational games page related to physics. Play and learn about various physics topics including accelerators, relativity, liquid crystals, lasers, and much more!
PBS Kids - Physics Games PBS Kids - Physics Games
PBS Kids offers an assortment of physics games tailored for little children. Play with various physics principles in a fun and interactive environment.
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Physicsgames.net has a vast library of free online games that are based on physics principles. Play numerous interactive games that cover topics like forces, gravity, and much more!

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TINAFAD - Free Online Educational Math and Physics Games
TINAFAD offers free physics games designed to better help students understand key topics, including motion, waves, and much more!


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