Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Cytosis Cell Biology Game

Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Cytosis Cell Biology Game

It’s always cool learning about Easter Eggs and behind-the-scenes information. Maybe it’s because I grew up in a family business, but I tend to believe it’s more likely because I am just nosy. Our Day 7 prize, Cytosis Cell Biology Game, came with one of those stories. Genius Games wanted it to be thematically accurate as a game, but also scientifically correct. They crowdsourced professionals in science to make sure the details were just right. What they ended up with is a game that is entertaining and educational. That’s a total win/win. The only thing that could make it better is to actually WIN a copy!

You’ll see Cytosis from Genius Games appearing in an upcoming gift guide along with other great gift ideas. Until then, stop by their social channels to tell them thanks for participating in our holiday Mega Giveaway promotion then enter to win a copy.

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 7 – Cytosis Game


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53 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 7 – Cytosis Cell Biology Game»

  1. Brandi Paschal says:

    My son said a Volcano eruption game! It could be very interesting!

  2. Lisa Vigg says:

    Why not? Love to learn new things

  3. Heather Bridson says:

    I think the lesson on the human heart should be a game!

  4. Donald Wayman says:

    I have always been partial to the how does it do that type of experiment. Egg sucked into bottle with air pressure, two forks hanging on the edge of a glass by a burnt match stick.

  5. Susan Stickney says:

    Static electricity “magic” tricks

  6. Trey LaCaze says:

    The central nervous system

  7. patrick jones says:

    how the circulatory system works in the body!

  8. Sarah says:

    It’s been a while since I thought about science lessons. I wouldn’t mind something that explores the complexity of the brain.

  9. Darlene Owen says:

    A science project that I wish would be made into a game is dissecting a frog.

  10. Rena says:

    A potato battery game would be fun! That was one of my favorite projects when I was a kid!

  11. Ryan McLean says:

    How virus’ interact with cells etc 🙂

  12. Dave Blizzard says:

    Something to do with gravity on the various planets.

  13. LUZVIMINDA Gunter-Smith says:


  14. Caroline Lennek says:

    A game that assists in visualizing the balancing of a chemical equation.

  15. Gun says:

    stabilizing earth’s ozone

  16. Katrina Weiss says:

    Something about the ways that animal and plant life are categorized.

  17. Pam Flynn says:

    My fav Science lesson: how to make a tornado in a plastic bottle

  18. Kimberly B. says:

    I’d love to see the lesson of photosynthesis made into a game,

  19. Michael Shea says:

    1 Cell Animals

  20. Andrew W. says:

    The water cycle would make a cool game.

  21. Eric Shearer says:

    How evolution works, actual evolution.

  22. Deanna S says:

    A lesson in cardiology.

  23. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I would love to see brain structure as a learning game (I would have a lot to learn!)

  24. Ryan Malone says:

    Would love to see a DNA splicing game.

  25. Ritchie says:

    Chemical formulas!

  26. Dave S says:

    A game about the solar system and the universe.

  27. D. May says:

    Brain development

  28. Kim Davis says:

    A DNA game.

  29. James says:

    The water cycle

  30. I would love to see chemistry and/or physics lessons made into a game. I’m not sure which ones, but I think those two are the most exciting forms of scientific study. Physics lends itself well to dexterity games, and chemistry is just fun to watch what happens when you combine things.

  31. Jeremy S says:

    I’d love to see a game where you have to build molecules using atoms.

  32. Bill Kennedy says:

    Butterfly collection

  33. jan says:

    A lesson on climate change.

  34. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    Plant growth would be awesome

  35. Susan,TN says:

    Maybe something to do with learning the Elements on the Periodic Table would help the kids learn & remember the elements better..

  36. Sparks says:

    simple physics vehicles – balloon cars, CO2 canisters, bent poles, having to deal with aerodynamics or safely falling, …

  37. Karen Rosenick says:

    Human Bones should be a new game or Heart.

  38. Katrina P says:

    Anything Earth science related, I’ve heard from science teacher friends that those lessons are the hardest to keep kids attentions. (Especially high school kids!)

  39. Deanna McCoy says:

    DNA or animal development such as egg development to chicks or ducks and growing a flock.

  40. Pat F says:

    My son loves and is fascinated with magnets

  41. Benjamin Lewis says:

    The Periodic Table of elements would be cool though I have no suggestion as far as mechanics.

  42. gala says:

    anything Astronomy

  43. Rick M says:


  44. Joanna Sisk says:

    weather and oceanography


    The G-forces that you feel when riding a roller coaster would be awesome, but probably not practical.

  46. Liz M says:

    I’d like to see a game that incorporates quantum physics. You could start with the basics like Schrodinger’s Cat. oooh I could see how that would be fun!

  47. jennifer says:

    I think the common cold/viruses would be a crazy game!

  48. Elizabeth H. says:

    A game about the heart.

  49. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I would like to see a Epidemiology( Study of Diseases)game. I think subject would make for a challenging learning experience.

  50. aunte jill says:

    operation of a frog

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