Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time. He is most famous for his special and general theories of relativity, but contributed in other areas of physics. He won the Nobel Prize in physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. Know this Genius Scientist in a different way and test yourself that how well you know this renoun scientist by playing some set of quizzes through our app in your android device.
Wolverine- Adamantium Rage is a platform-action video game. It's one of the first video games to feature a recharging health system, though Wolverine has been able to recharge his health in previous X-Men games. Wolverine is shown holding a photograph of someone from his past, and expresses his desire for revenge. He is then sent a message via computer that shows him the procedure that he underwent which bonded adamantium to his bones. It's at this point where the same laboratory level begins without much explanation as to why or how Wolverine got there. The instruction manual says the computer message directs him to the Weapon X Laboratory. Bosses include Albert, The Hunter from Darkness, Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, Cyber, Shinobi Shaw, Bloodscream and Trevor Fitzroy. Player guides through large multi-floored levels, attacking enemies or solving puzzles to give him access to new areas. Game have a time limit that expires if the player takes too long, whereupon the character Elsie-Dee automatically finds Wolverine and kills him, wasting one of his five lives. Game gives Wolverine a percentage of his available health, always starting at 100 percent. Upon taking damage, his energy will recover overtime thanks to his mutant healing factor. Players have the benefit of a countdown timer to let them know how close Elsie Dee is to finding Wolverine this timer is reset at specific check points. Game also features a password function that enables the player to continue the game at any level. Wolverine has different move sets like multitude of claw attacks, double jump that rolls Wolverine up into a ball and travel short distance, a lunge attack which can be used to jump great distances as well as attack, and a quick roll which travels a great distance along the ground and allows the character to go under all enemy bullets. Each stage is usually ended with a boss confrontation, and these differ from level to level between each version as well.
A linear scrolling type video game played by one person in which the goal is to reach the end by collecting all ten colours in a single round. The author of this description has decided to forego any further explanation and respectfully requests that you stop reading and just try it.
A Game Similar to Yahtzee or Yacht only played with Six Dice instead of Five. Players have 15 rolls to score as many points as possible. Also includes Single Mode, Double Mode, Sequential Mode, and Bonus Roll Mode. Extended Rules Explanation in game. Also includes Scoreloop for competing online against other players.
Wordex is based around explaining words to your team, using synonyms, antonyms, aliases, body-language or whatever else you can come up with. Wordex features tens of thousands of words for you and your friends to guess, so you will likely never have to explain any word twice.
ThatGameCompany has always been very open about the influence of Team Ico’s work on their games and in Journey it definitely shows. Aside from being a visually beautiful game, the set up is thematically similar to Shadow of the Colossus, but much simpler. The opening tilt up to the illuminated mountain is the only direction or instruction you receive in the game as to Journey’s overall purpose. With that one camera tilt you are sent on your way with no explanation or exposition.
The game has a steampunk-inspired setting, during the year 18XX of the Age of Steel, an age almost familiar. In the earlier game materials, this is explained as being the 19th century of an alternate history. However, in some later game materials, it is explained alternatively as a possible future scenario in which the world has been depleted of resources, forcing most of the world back to steam power. Most materials, including the original Japanese versions, hold the alternate 19th century explanation to be the case. In this Age of Steel, mammoth, floating, steam-powered battleships cruise the skies and gigantic armoured locomotives carry cannons the size of railway cars. A military coup has occurred in the world's largest city, Dama, Dama in Asian markets, Damd in English versions and power-hungry dictator, industrialist and robber baron General Styron, Styron in English versions, Sauron in Asian markets, rules by brute force and military might, his Goliath-like defences carrying armour-piercing missiles and lethal aerial mines. With none strong enough to stand up against him, Styron sets his vision of steel and steam on the whole planet. Steel Empire is a multi-directional scrolling shooter. Gameplay is linear in that the player is restricted to flying in only one direction, and the player will meet enemies in a predesignated order. However, unlike many scrolling shooters, Steel Empire allows the player to fire from behind as well as ahead. Players are given a certain number of lives and continues, with higher difficultly levels granting more continues but with fewer lives per continue. If the player's ship's health is completely depleted a life is subtracted, with play continuing normally. If all lives are lost, including the zeroeth life, the player must use a continue, which will restart at either the beginning or midpoint of a stage depending on how far the player was when they continued, as such, the stages are divided into A and B sections for purposes of the high score table. When all continues are expended, the game is over.