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A bit of midweek fun: ANCIENT GREEK GEOMETRY

ancient greek geometry

This is a fun game to while away the midweek blues. You’re presented with two dots. You can drag between dots to create lines and circles, as if you had a straightedge and compass. Apart from a few challenges to get you thinking, that’s pretty much it!

The game was created by Nico Disseldorp, who has a few more fun things on his website, Science vs Magic.

Play: ANCIENT GREEK GEOMETRY

via Justin Vincent on Twitter

 

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