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Junk in Space Game - Comments - Windows to the Universe

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Junk in Space Game - Your Comments are appreciated!

Did you succeed in capturing all of the junk? Yes No
Or did you find the game too difficult? Yes No

Did you do as well in the game as you expected to? Yes No

How often did you click the "Learn more..." link after capturing something?

Did you read the information about each piece of junk?

Did you learn anything new while playing the game? Yes No
If so, what did you learn?

Did the game ever crash for you? Yes No
If so, after what point?

Would you play this game again? Yes No

Are there any other ways you would improve this game?

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Last modified October 6, 2010 by Julia Genyuk.

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