Questionable Quality
Based in Plymouth, United Kingdom

Release date:
August, 2016

iOS, Android and WebGL


Regular Price:



An educational game developed in partnership with InHouse Visuals and the University of Exeter for the NERC to help teach children about the means of which ice flows in the Antarctic region, using real data and an approximate scientific simulation.


Ice Flows is funded as part of a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) project led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). The project aims to investigate what may happen in the near-future in the Weddell Sea region of Antarctica and the impact changes here could have on global sea-level. Research by Hartmut Hellmer and colleagues in 2012 showed that this part of Antarctica might be subject to warmer water coming into contact with the Filchner Ice Shelf, which could lead to significant retreat of this part of the ice sheet.


  • Scientific approximation of ice flow simulation.
  • Real Antartic data used to create each level.
  • Analytic tracked quizes to understand learning progress.
  • Multiple characters to unlock and play.


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About Questionable Quality

At Questionable Quality we’re big on gamification: taking games technology and design to produce more engaging content for education, visualisation, marketing, and more. Internally we love making development tools and quirky experiences. Some might say we’re the best...maybe.

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Ice Flows Credits

Matt Norman
Lead Developer, Questionable Quality

Jason Vaitilingon
Developer, Questionable Quality

Dan Learmonth
Lead Artist, InHouse Visuals

Anne Le Brocq
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography, University of Exeter

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