Download Whack A Bone apk 1.01 free for Android smartphone

12 Nov
Whack A Bone

Posted by Media Saints in Education | Nov. 12, 2013 | 2 Comments

Apk file size: 19.0 MB

Whack A Bone is the best way to learn the human skeletal system. The game is designed to draw beginners into the curious and fascinating world of anatomy, guiding them toward a commanding recall of the major bones of the human body.

Gameplay has been crafted to guarantee learning through pedagogically sound game design principles. First the skeleton is broken into three sections - arm, leg & core. Once these areas are mastered we the move onto an exciting and challenging time-trial with Harold the skeleton. Incentives include medals, worldwide leaderboard and ongoing encouragement from your crazy sidekick parrot.

Originally designed by Ben Crossett, a science and physical education teacher from Australia, Whack A Bone has been perfected in the classroom for over 10 years and played online by over a million players on Partnering up with award winning educational game developers, Media Saints, Whack A Bone has been re-envisioned and turbo charged for the iPad and Android tablets.

4.5/5 ~ “I actually found this anatomy app very useful and I was amazed at how fast I was able to recall the different body parts after playing a short time. I think kids of all ages will find this iPad game to be a more interesting and effective way to learn bone anatomy. Much better than staring at a page in a science book.”

Whats new

    Recent updates
    - Faster hints
    - Bug fixes and improvements
    - Android tablet version 1.0 available!

Media Saints part of our Education and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Nov. 12, 2013. Google play rating is 92.0. Current verison is 1.01. Actual size 19.0 MB.

Download whack-a-bone.apk 19.0 MB


Kiffany Bethel

Love This! I am always on the lookout for great educational apps for Android devices. This app is beautifully designed and though my initial thought was that little simplistic with the mini lessons, I still found it a little challenging and...I think it is well suited for kids. I hope this developer finds more support in this market as I would love to see what other apps they have available. Also, wish there was a Kindle Fire app..looking for apps for my nieces and nephews for the summer and this would be lovely. Is there another market the app can be purchased from and downloaded?


Love! My 4 year old loves playing this game and I love that she knows all the bones in the body!

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