I have created a series of simulations for my physics lessons with which the students can simulate physical processes with their smartphone or with a computer and record measured values in order to better understand certain processes.
All the simulations have already been used in class.
They can be found on my github-page: https://heilaut.github.io/pico8-physics-simulations/
it's a kind of zookeeper clone
bug reports and suggestions welcome
use arrow keys/dpad to move the cursor
press x to select the tile you want to move
change tile with any neighbour
you can only change if there is a match of 3 or more same tiles
to complete a level you must match a specific number of tiles, the number of tiles raises with the level number
time is always playing against you
music by Gruber: Picotunes Vol.2 Song 10 https://www.lexaloffle.com/bbs/?pid=62911#p
The simulation can be used for physics lessons. Measurements are possible and reasonably accurate. Of course, the animation runs in a hundred thousand times slow motion to see the movement of the particles.
I used this program in my physic lessons. A big advantage is that it is easy to use on a smartphone.
Hints an tips are welcome. More simulations may follow.