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New study games in the Missouri campus library

August 16, 2019
Posted In: AT Still Library News, AT Still Memorial Library

The Missouri campus library is delighted to announce its new collection of study and stress relief games, now available in the ground floor group study area. These are available for use on the library ground floor in group study rooms or group study area. 

Current games include:

  • Anatomy Fluxx
  • Bad Doctor
  • Chemistry Fluxx
  • Compounded: Better Gaming through Chemistry
  • Cytosis: a Cell Biology Game
  • Doctor Wars: the Hospital Card Game
  • Frank P. Netter illustrated standard card deck
  • Netter’s Anatomy Flash Cards
  • Pandemic
  • Pandemic: In the Lab
  • Patient Zero
  • Plague, Inc.
  • OrganATTACK!

If you’d like to try using them for review or for fun, come by and take a look. The games are on the shelves next to the anatomical models.

If these are a success, we will look forward to adding more to our collection. In the meantime, come try them out, and please remember to be considerate of your peers when it comes to noise levels, and keep them out of the quiet areas.

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