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The object of the game is to propell the Indian across the lake by shooting his bow and arrow. You can change the arrow's weight, the man's weight, and the speed at which he shoots the arrow in the control bars along the bottom of the applet in order to affect the movement of the canoe.
Seems to work now on Netscape. This is not reallya game, but rather a demonstration with some ability for the user to change parameters. Applet worked okay, and seems to get the idea of conservation of momentum across. Not bad.
14 years ago
Good design, with clear explanations. But applet didn't run well on IE and not at all on Netscape.