Periodyx Card Game
How well do you know the elements? If you're not a pro, don't worry - these cards will get you there! The basis of this freeform game is a set of 118 element cards. Each has a crowded but clean set of "quick reference" information: name, description, melting / boiling point, atomic number / symbol, etc. But the key to each card is a cartoon illustration of the element's purpose or identity: cadmium, for example, is used in batteries and is depicted as a battery-powered robot. Each player starts with 5 cards and gameplay progresses through a series of "mini-game" challenges like War, Go Fish, or other classic card games, but with elements - comparing highest atomic value, for example. The first player to 10 collect cards wins. Other card & trivia games can be played with the Periodyx deck as well, but the most interesting aspect is certainly the cards themselves. Once you're finished with the games, the can be easily integrated into chemistry studies as entertaining flash cards and other reference material! For 2-10 players.
Have fun with the elements! Periodyx is fun, but the superstars of this game are the 118 element cards.The more you play with the Periodyx game cards; the more you'll know about the elements. And the more you know, the more you'll appreciate and enjoy the periodic table of the elements. Players battle against each other for the highest element, gases, boiling point and more. To build the periodic table, simply match the colour coded bars on the sides of the cards and enjoy your giant table of elements.
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