Addicting online game lets you generate the Higgs Boson by colliding particles
We’re obsessed with this game that lets you collide elementary particles to try to generate the Higgs Boson. We got as far as z boson but unfortunately LHC broke down before we could beat the game and generate the Higgs Boson. Try it out yourself here and see how far you can get!
Collide these elementary particles and generate the Higgs Boson!
Note : Quarks will not appear for they are having a holiday with Muster Mark. Thanks to that! Otherwise it would be as difficult as dealing with the number 131072 in the original version! Σ(￣ロ￣lll)
HOW TO PLAY: Use your arrow keys to accelerate the particles. When two particles with the same type collide, they annihilate and a new particle would be generated!
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