|Deals with||astrophysics // chemistry // physics // science|
|Intended for||elementary school // middle school // high school|
|Developed by||Dig-ItGames (professional developer)|
|Website at||Visit game website|
STORY: Life on Earth is no longer sustainable and your mission is to find a new home for humanity. Gameplay begins as you arrive at the Mars orbital station, ready to put the astronaut training from Exotrex 1 into practice. Begin Exotrex 2 by exploring an in-depth solar system map to learn about the planets, moons and asteroids as well as their relative distances from each other. The solar system map hosts three missions to explore Mercury, Venus and Titan. Demonstrate your resourcefulness and find that new home for humanity.
FOR EDUCATORS: While completing these missions, students will start by balancing speed, thrust, and acceleration while navigating gravitational fields to successfully land rovers on their chosen planet or moon. They will remotely navigate their rovers to collect ground and atmospheric samples and later analyze them for their chemical compositions. Students will also learn about the planetary characteristics of each destination and take observational notes. No space mission would be complete without a life-threatening emergency and Exotrex2 delivers! Students will be challenged to reboot their life-support systems while engaging with thermal, kinetic and electrical energies in a race against time!
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