This app was recommended by a ‘top ten Windows 8 apps’ article and it lets you create a game using some physics laws.
I didn’t really have the patience to work through how to do it but I suspect it might be useful for ICT teachers in designing games. I’m not convinced about its use for teaching physics but I’d need a science teacher to have a look really.
Perhaps you’d like to guess what this app does?
While this is outside my teaching area, it looks pretty good to me and is visually appealing. If you touch on an element, it takes you to more details about it. Here’s the one for Sulfur:
As I’ve said, this certainly isn’t my area of expertise but I think this is an app worth investigating if you’re a science teacher.