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Physics Game for Middle / High School Students - Rolling Tires 2

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The physics-based puzzle genre features some of the most innovative and challenging games on the Learn4Good site. Rolling Tires 2 fits right into this inventive category – It’s a clever, strategy-based ‘block removal’ game for older kids where you have to carefully eliminate wooden blocks from a cluttered game screen in order to create a channel that will move a new "tire" (a full wheel here) to a waiting truck. While your only action is to remove blocks, you have to think hard about the specific order in which to remove them, how falling items might react to and change the environment around them, and how best to propel the wheel toward the truck.

This original, interactive and highly-stimulating brain teaser activity should be a good fit for avid science game fans, or anyone who enjoys a tricky problem solving challenge that really puts your mind to the test. Good analytical skills and a strategic brain are vitally important attributes required here as you have to think 2 or 3 moves (clicks) ahead in order to ensure your wheel has a possible pathway to reach the truck. Be prepared for plenty of trial and error too – some higher levels require you to really break things down, step-by-step. OK Puzzle Master, it’s time to show off some of that creative engineering talent! Can you find a solution to each puzzle? If you need help, ask a family member, friend or your classroom buddies to work with you as a problem solving team. Good teamwork makes a Big Difference in solving difficult problems. Enjoy!

How to Play: Create a clear channel through which the wheel can reach the truck; In each of the 20 increasingly challenging levels, you must remove wooden blocks from the game area so that the new wheel can make its way to the waiting truck. Usually, the wheel is initially positioned either suspended in the air on removable blocks or on non-moving gray beams, while the truck is at ground level. You have to strategically alter the level by creating pathways, bridges, and other avenues for the wheel to become united with the truck .

Using your computer mouse or touchpad, Left Click on one of the wooden blocks to remove it from the game screen. Steel and concrete beams & blocks cannot be removed. These act as buffers and bridges to help the moving wheel along its path. If you successfully unite the new wheel with the truck, the truck happily drives away, and you progress to the next level. If you get stuck at any stage, click on the ‘Reset’ button at the top of the game screen to restart the level. See if you can complete all 20 levels.

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