A number of our learning projects have required us to develop simple
computer games. We have collected a sample of these upon this page.
The game can be a stimulating and entertaining way for the student
to learn about a chosen subject, or it can simply act as an interactive
'jewel' to keep a user focused on an issue. Single-party games use
a game model of user vs computer to uncover some regularities in
the learning topic. At its simplest, this could be a quiz, and at
its most sophisticated it could be a motivational layer on a simulation.
Muli-party games are much more challenging, in that they can exploit
competitiveness between users. We have just begun to explore this
Single Party Games
Below are some examples of games we have developed to support educational websites.
Memory game - (Flash) Bletchley Park
Subhunt - (Flash) Bletchley park
Children's Code Machine - (Flash) Bletchley Park
on the Building Site - (Flash) Safety Centre
in the Kitchen - (Flash) Safety Centre
at Night - (Flash) Safety Centre
Safety Challenge - (Flash) Safety Centre
Quiz - (Flash) Safety Centre
Recovery Position - (Flash) Safety Centre