Science Kombat: A retro arcade game that allows you to fight it out as your favorite scientists

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In a fight between Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, who do you think would have won? If you are looking for the answer, you might be in luck. Designed by the folks at the Superinterssante magazine, Science Kombat is an innovative retro arcade game that offers a peek into a fascinating fantasy world, where some of history’s greatest scientists partake in physical combat.

According to the developers, it is sort of like Mortal Kombat, but for the more scientifically-inclined gamers. On Science Kombat, you can fight it out as any of following researchers: Pythagoras, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Alan Turing, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking and so on.

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Each of these fighters is armed with special moves that are somewhat associated with their fields of expertise. Stephen Hawking, for instance, can magically generate an energy-draining black hole, while Pythagoras is capable of throwing a powerful hypotenuse-esque uppercut punch.

Available in different languages, including English, the retro arcade game is completely free to use and requires a desktop computer to run smoothly. As the developers point out, the movements of the fighters can be controlled using the cursor keys. You can deliver a light hit with the help of W, while E is for heavy hitting. Depending on your avatar, you can take the help of a specific set of advanced commands to perform special moves.

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To know more about Science Kombat, head over to Superinteressante’s official website.

Via: ScienceAlert

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