Games

Younger visitors can make their own discoveries about food and nutrition. Our games are fun, interactive and educational, and designed to arouse children's curiosity.

Digestix

Digestix

Put the organs in the right place so that food can be digested, and win as many points as you can.

Assemble a working digestive tract! Place the various organs in the correct place so that you can digest food and score as many points as possible. Have you put your digestive tract together properly? If so, the ingested food will be broken down and assimilated so you can gain nutrients. Use them to progress to higher levels of the game and improve your system. The more points you score, the more new organs you can access in order to improve the digestive tract you have created! This game helps you understand how the organs of the digestive tract work. You can also learn about the nutrients in food. Some parts of the game are not realistic from a scientific point of view. They have been adapted for better gameplay. In real life, the salivary gland is only associated with the mouth. Saliva does not break down all fragments of food into nutrients and we do not have more than one stomach, liver or pancreas!

Nutrix

Nutrix

Can you find the shortest path and get a varied diet?

Travel across the food checkerboard and reach the green cube in the least moves possible! Along the way, you need to consume food from the various recommended food groups if you want to progress to the next levels. Be careful not to exceed the recommended quantities for each food group and do not forget to drink water. Watch out when you go through the levels as obstacles may slow down your progress. In this game, you can discover the different categories of food. Meat and fish, fruit and vegetables, fats, cereals and sweets are all good for your health provided you respect the recommended quantities. Mind you, those recommended in the game are not the actual quantities - they have been adapted for better gameplay.

Tubix

Tubix

Build a digestive tube and stop the other player from getting food into the toilet!

For 2 players Arrange your organs in the digestive tract and design a complete digestive system in order to assimilate your food! To beat the other player, be very precise when you place your own organs in the tract. Use cunning and strategy to make your opponent’s organs sick and get more points as each new foodstuff goes through your organs! Learn where the different digestive organs can be found with this fun game for two players!

Yamy and the Food Pyramid

Yamy and the Food Pyramid

Yamy, a small, greedy monster, gobbles up everything in his path. Help him eat properly so that he gets a balanced diet and stays fit and healthy!

It’s up to you to feed Yamy, a small, greedy monster who would love to eat everything he sees. You have to make sure he doesn’t eat too much or too little, and that he eats a variety of food. A croissant, a fizzy drink and an ice cream – Yamy has had too many calories. You have to make him exercise and eat a balanced diet. If you don’t give him enough to eat, Yamy will be too thin and won't have enough energy for the rest of his trip. Play with Yamy and learn about the energy value of food, and a healthy food pyramid.

Fresh Food Runner

Fresh Food Runner

A shopping trolley, supermarket shelves and a mission: To fill your trolley only using seasonal produce.

Fresh Food Runner will help you learn when fruit and vegetables are harvested in Switzerland. Check which month it is before you set off to find the fruit and vegetables in season. You will use up less energy if you only choose seasonal, local fruit and vegetables. For example, farmers can harvest pumpkins in January, but not tomatoes. Seasonal produce is full of vitamins and nutrients that are good for your health, and will recharge your batteries so you can keep on playing. Choose your fruit and vegetables wisely, as a mistake will cost you energy and could even slow you down. Watch out for the obstacles along the way!

Dishes of the world

Dishes of the world

Eat in a restaurant in five different countries and choose the right ingredients to cook the traditional recipes.

Set off on a culinary world tour, from France to the US, China, India and Mali. Choose a country and discover its gastronomy. You can also select your preferred level of difficulty. At the 'easy' level, a chef will show you the different ingredients that go into making the recipe. All you need to do is put them on the board in front of you. If you choose the 'medium' level, you have to identify the ingredients in the meals. Can you guess which ingredients went into making them? If you choose the most difficult level, you have to do this within a specific time. Ready to start the clock? Play this game to discover different culinary cultures and authentic recipes from around the world, and how the ingredients vary from one country to another.

Milky ways

Milky ways

Journey into the world of dairy products to find the most suitable milk-based product for each character in the game!

Discover a galaxy of dairy products and find one to suit each character in the game! On the left you can find companies and factories that process various products. On the right are consumers who want a milk-based product. To make everyone happy, you need to move the various items from the bottom of the screen to their correct places. Pay attention to the messages that appear at the bottom of the screen. They are there to help you!

Food from around the world: 6 minigames

Food from around the world: 6 minigames

Discover food and dishes from around the world in a series of 6 minigames.

Play the six minigames in 'Food from around the world' and learn about eating habits and cuisines in other countries. Discover the various ingredients in a hamburger, and learn where dhal comes from, or about a speciality in the Ivory Coast, the names of dishes from near and far and various dishes that all come from the same country. If you're having trouble, the red crosses will show you what you need to correct.

Table setting in the West

Table setting in the West

Lay the table properly by following the instructions the chefs give you. You can ask the chefs for help at any time.

Laying the table is quite an art form! Cutlery, glasses and plates don’t go just anywhere. There’s a particular way of laying the table to suit each occasion. Whether for a simple meal with friends or a feast at a reputable restaurant, follow the chef's instructions and learn the different ways you can lay a table! Use the mouse to move and tilt the cutlery to put it in the right place. Don’t worry! If you need help, you can ask the chefs for tips to progress to the next levels.

From nature to the shopping basket

From nature to the shopping basket

Match the raw product with the processed foodstuff and start up production!

Which plant does sugar come from? What is the main ingredient of crisps? Which cereal is used to make bread? In this game, you retrace the footsteps of a processed product back to its source, the raw ingredient. Try to pair the raw ingredients with the products on the supermarket shelves. If you make a mistake, you may well discover a surprising combination…

The right utensils

The right utensils

Match the correct utensils to the dish. Watch out, you're playing against the clock!

The stopwatch has started so it's game on! You are against the clock to match each dish with the utensils used to make it. Use your mouse to drag the correct utensil onto the sushi, masala or guacamole. If you get it right, the utensil will automatically stay under the dish. If you make a mistake, try again with a different utensil. This game helps you learn more about preparing everyday or more exotic meals, and shows you the various utensils cooks use.

What do you use to eat?

What do you use to eat?

Place each dish on the table with the correct utensils for eating it.

How do we eat sushi, a raw apple, a fondue or a salad? With our hands, chopsticks, a knife and fork, or a spoon? Place each dish on the table with the correct utensils for eating it. You will get to know how to eat each dish. Did you know that the utensils may vary depending on where the dish is eaten?