The last game of the V Hi Score Science league starts -Show everything you have learnt this season

The last game of the V Hi Score Science league starts -Show everything you have learnt this season

On Thursday 23rd May begins the last game of the V National Absolute league on-line Hi Score Science. A tournament open to users of any age, background and location in Spain and which has had a monthly on-line tournament since September.

To participate in the league, simply download the Hi Score Science game from the Play Store and Apple Store and on PC and Mac ( and play, with username and password, in multiplayer-online-tournament mode – “Curie”. Users of all ages, backgrounds and locations in Spain can compete online in the tournament.

The tournament will start on Thursday 23rd May at 11am and will be open until Tuesday 28th May at 11am.

The prize-giving ceremony will take place on Saturday 1st June at 12:30h in the auditorium of the Santo Domingo de Silos School.

Each of the league matches has specific prizes, so it is not necessary to have played in previous tournaments to participate in this tournament.

All the information about the project and the rules of the different tournaments is available on the project website


What is Hi Score Science?

Hi Score Science is a free videogame in Spanish and English, for mobile devices, PC, Mac and Linux that seeks to satisfy the scientific curiosity that we are all born with and that makes us wonder why things happen.

Hi Score Science is a game of questions and answers about science, which aims to go further than traditional games by involving users in scientific development and including informative explanations of the reality behind each answer.

A scientific team behind Hi Score Science

The Hi Score Science project has been developed between two research centres, the Institute of Chemical Synthesis and Homogeneous Catalysis, ISQCH, and the Aragon Nanoscience and Materials Institute, INMA, both joint centres of the CSIC and the University of Zaragoza. The project is supported by the Deputy Vice-Presidency for Scientific Culture of the CSIC (VACC).


May 23 - 28 2024


11:00 - 23:00

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