Many people in the world like playing games. Also, maybe we can design special interesting games for some open problems in mathematics (or physics).

In quantum mechanics, there are some games (for example, Quantum Moves; which it is about quantum control and hybrid intelligence About the Game) that if you play a game and can finish it, you solved an open problem. For example (simplified explanation), there is a bucket of water and a lot of obstacles (hills and pits). If you can move the bucket to the end of the road and there are specific amount of water on the bucket, you solved an open problem in quantum mechanics (you solved an equation in quantum mechanics). The game is so funny and everyone can play it without any knowledge about the quantum mechanics Quantum Moves.

My question is:

**Are there similar games for solving open problems in mathematics (or in physics)?**

aboutgames. $\endgroup$ – PyRulez Aug 31 at 2:46