Universal Award winning strategy game, Gelluloid Pro, is coming to iOS. Biology quiz inside

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  1. Pasman

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    Hi everybody! To celebrate the launch of our strategy game on the iOS App store on November 6th, we decided to run a biology related quiz!

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    For a chance to win a free copy of Gelluloid Pro, visit our Facebook page and press that Like button :) https://www.facebook.com/gelluloid

    If you can’t wait to see what the answer is, you can check out the interactive quiz here:
    https://www.facebook.com/gelluloid/app_363045557202682

    So today’s question is: Who discovered the cell?
    A) Zacharias Janssen
    B) Robert Hooke
    C) Hans Lippershey

    Answer below in the comments or in the interactive quiz!
     
  2. slewis7

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    #2 slewis7, Oct 28, 2014
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    I believe it was Hooke.

    I checked out your web site and the game looks quite interesting.
     
  3. Pasman

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    A day has passed which means that a new card has been revealed!

    The answer to yesterday’s question was B: The first person to see a cell was Robert Hooke. He used a very primitive microscope, but when he looked at a cork under it, he observed cells for the first time.

    Today’s question is: How many blood cells does the human body produce every second?

    A) Ten
    B) 130 000
    C) 2 400 000

    @slewis7 Thank you very much
     
  4. Pasman

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    The answer to previous question was C: 2.4 million. Your body is constantly replacing old blood cells with new ones at the rate of about 2.4 million per second. By the time you finish reading this sentence 30 million of your cells will have died and been replaced by others.

    A new card has been revealed!

    The immune system is made up of:
    A) Tissues
    B) Organs
    C) Cells
     
  5. slewis7

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    I will go for C, Cells.
     
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    Are there any more gameplay screenshots?
     
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    Liked your page!

    My answer is C. Cells. :D
     
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    #8 background, Nov 3, 2014
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    My answer is C.
     
  9. Pasman

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    Only one day left until Gelluloid Pro becomes available on the iOS App store!

    Yes, tissues and organs are made from cells, but the answer which fitted the question best is C: The immune system is the body's natural defense system that helps fight infections. It is made up of antibodies, white blood cells, and other chemicals and proteins that attack and destroy substances such as bacteria and viruses.

    And now, the final question! What happens after a virus enters a cell?
    A) it inserts itself into the host DNA
    B) it divides
    C) it begins making protein
     
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    I will go for C. It begins making protein as to gain control of the host cell.
     
  12. Pasman

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    Dear friends, the quiz has come to an end! We’ve arrived at our final destination, the launch of Gelluloid Pro on the iOS App Store!

    You can now get the game from here:
    https://itunes.apple.com/app/id915702014

    The answer to the last question is: A) it inserts itself into the host DNA. A bacterial virus infects the cell by attaching fibers of its protein tail to a specific receptor site on the bacterial cell wall and then injecting the nucleic acid into the host, leaving the empty capsid outside.

    Gelluloid Pro is a fun, engaging, brain melting, action strategy game for iOS.

    What is it about?

    It's a challenge!
    A challenge to use your best tactics and strategy skills to conquer your opponent.
    A challenge to squeeze your brain while moving your fingers feverishly across the screen to solve puzzles or to defend yourself against incoming viruses.

    It's an addictive combination between the harvest, strategy and defense genres.
     

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