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Earth's continents have been combined into a single supercontinent in at least one point in its history.

It's not a coincidence that the continents nearly fit into one another, like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. The most recent supercontinent, called Pangea, was formed about 335 million years ago and began to separate about 175 million years ago. It was centered near Earth's equator and surrounded by the superocean named Panthalassa, which occupied about 70% of Earth's surface.

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We're trying to get some mobile games up and running, but unfortunately our flash games don't work on phone or tablet. How about some hilarious science jokes instead?



Use your wits to figure out the correct sequence of moves to transfer all of the arrow blocks to opposite sides. Be careful not to get stuck, or it's game over!

How to Play

Use the mouse to click on one of the arrow tiles to move it in the direction of its arrows.


On 12 December 2019, Anonymous Primate said,
"that is hard"

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