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A fun science game

There are plenty of fun online games. Unfortunately, many are not appropriate for children.

Of course, most of the games online have no educational value. So, you probably don't want your kids spending too much time playing them.

Well, I've found the perfect game for children. Launchpad is based on scientific principles.

The goal of the game is simple. A ball is dropped. You have to position certain elements to direct the ball to its target.

You can position fire, magnets, turbines and other elements. Of course, you need to understand how these elements work. Otherwise, you won't achieve your goal.

Launch will certainly teach your children a little about science and physics. But, there's more to it than that. I can help your children use logic to solve a problem.

There are 30 levels to play. Or, your children can create their own levels to play. They can even send them to their friends.

Now, I know that many kids find educational games boring. But this one is a ton of fun. You may even find yourself sneaking online to play it!

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