Ready to push the boundaries of science?

• Contribute to cutting-edge scientific research!
• Play with real atoms and solve complex problems without ever seeing an equation!

Your skills will help physicists at Aarhus University, Denmark, in the epic task of building a real quantum computer. Quantum Moves draws on your intuition and creativity, rather than a textbook knowledge of physics.

Find clever ways of manipulating and moving atoms. Your gameplay will be used to control the movement of actual laser-beams and atoms in our lab!

Join the community of thousands of players and shape the future of 21st century science!

We can’t wait to see the smart solutions you come up with.

Bring on the scientific revolution!

What's New

Version 1.3.0

Competition function has been added

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5

7 Ratings

7 Ratings

So cool! Also Hints


This game is awesome. Not only is it a time waster in which you don't waste time but it helps develop an intuition for 1D quantum mechanics. Really awesome. It would be cool if there was an option to not have the wave function added to the potential wells.

For those who are frustrated there are two quantum mechanical theorems that can help you out. They're called the adiabatic theorem and the sudden approximation. Google them for interesting physics you can use in the game.

I'm helping, yaaay!

zy fy

It's good to know that every new play adds to our understanding of quantum physics. Also it is a visually appealing game and very challenging. That last level though.. Also if I were to ask for one change it would be to stop that popup from telling me how to get the atom over to the pink box, I get it already. You don't have to tell me every time I mess up.

The Cat


One quote in your app says something about Schroedinger's cat not being alive because it's just part of a thought experiment. Miguel de Unamuno seems to disagree in his novela "Niebla". Do these characters we invent have more life than we do? As a scientist I think it's a shame more scientists don't study philosophy. We can learn a lot more by studying a single philosophical work than what little we ever learn through our countless hours of experimenting. Your app is fancy, sexy, and boring.


Aarhus University
114.2 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2016 Aarhus University


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