How fast can you point to your liver, gall bladder or incisor? Do you know the difference between the auricle and the utricle? Speed Anatomy is an addictive game that tests your speed and challenges your knowledge of human anatomy!
"This game is a blast! If you are at all fascinated with the way the human body works, Speed Anatomy is a must!" -http://iphoneapplicationlist.com
See what reviewers had to say about other games in this series:
"Speed Bones MD is a lot of fun and a cheap way to learn a bit about the 200 bones or more that make up your very own skeleton"-www.knowyourmobile.com
"For just 99 cents, much less than a Medical Degree, Speed Bones is a fantastic game that contains dozens of images and helps you learn as you play."-kickbuttapplications.blogspot.com
Play Speed Anatomy then impress your doctor with your cunning intellect on your next visit!
-Contains close to 300 labeled parts from all the main regions of the body. It is the newest and longest game in the series!
-Earn points for precision and speed.
-Compare high scores with your facebook friends using OpenFeint.
-A magnifying glass appears when holding your finger on an image allowing you to achieve more precision and higher scores.
This games is fun for everyone plus it makes life easy for those tackling anatomy for high school, university or even medical school. Practice mode allows you to learn specific regions without doing all the previous levels. Review mode lets you replay all the mistakes you made in the last game.
Contains 28 levels including an overview of bones, muscles, arteries, veins, respiratory system and digestive system also more detailed levels covering bones, lungs, pharynx, larynx, nasal cavity,oral cavity, dentition, liver, pancreas, brain, auditory system and visual system.
Also try Speed Bones MD, Speed Muscles MD and Speed Angiology MD for more in depth levels of bones, muscles and the circulatory system!
The free Speed Anatomy Lite and Speed Bones Lite are also available.
This app contains English, French and German (latin) translations.
I'm open to suggestions so don't hesitate to send me an e-mail if you find something is missing.
*If you enjoy this game, please rate it in the app store. I greatly appreciate your support!*
64 bit support
Ratings and Reviews
This is the best anatomy game out there! I got it many years ago and now that I am going to school to learn some anatomy it is a great way to study. Not only do I study with it but I love it! I can also impress people with how much I know. Rather than learning and studying the traditional way and getting bored quickly, I use this and it keeps me awake. The best part is, it NEVER ENDS! Every time I pass a new stage I think there couldn't be another one😮! But there always is!!!😎😎 please if you are looking fore an amazing game, CHOOSE THIS ONE!!!
Decent study aid, but could be better
It took me a bit to figure out that "start" always begins at 1, and if you want to review just a specific section you have to hit the word "practice." It's a little counter-intuitive.
The only substantive quibble I have is that there isn't enough detail! As long as you hit the general area it'll get marked as correct. Also, the muscle section (which is the A&P test I bought this to study for), is very broad. Major muscles of lumbs & trunk only, with no option to focus down to work on any section in detail.
For a general repetitive review, it's great. As a detailed study guide, it's quite a bit lacking.
Excellent review for anatomy
For awhile now I have been searching for an app that contains visual representation of each section of the body. I played the trial and it was amazing! I learned so much , I also remembered so much from it. After I reached all the levels, it offered me the full version- with no question bought it. It helps me prepare for my exams and remember the parts so much better
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.