Between November 2015 and July 2016 we worked in collaboration with Game Dr Limited on two educational science games for our client Killer Fungus – a research group based at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Both games were on exhibit from 4th July to 10th July at the Royal Society, London, as part of the Summer Science Exhibition.

 Fungal Invaders

You play as an immune system with the objective of defending the body from a fungal attack. You must learn which fungus is weak to which weapon and use certain weapons sparingly to avoid running out of ammunition.

Killer Fungus: Evolution

Feeling Creative? Design your own fungus with the aim of invading a living organism. With a variety of skills and over 4000 skill combinations, have you got what it takes to create the ultimate Killer Fungus?

Monocool helped us design and launch two computer games based on our area of science. They were extremely responsive to our wishes and suggestions, quick to turn things over, inventive and well informed, and they were able to make very tight deadlines. We are delighted with the final product and would certainly work with them in the future. Good luck Monocool.

Prof Neil Gow, University of Aberdeen.