Tag Archive: game-based learning

Coding Pirates Beta test Invitation

Alright! I earlier announced that Constructing Kids (Martin Exner) and Lizard Factory (Nils Munch) was in the progress of designing a game that teaches kids to code and be “it-creative”. The game is… Continue reading

8 Great Google Earth Gamification Mods

Since the release of the Google Earth plug-in in 2008, developers have created lots of games and mods based on the map service. Many of those are really funny, mainly because you can… Continue reading

REVIEW: Apparatus. Unlimited Sandboxing Android app

When I was a kid, I used to read the comics by the Danish political artist Storm P. Especially his crazy inventions inspired me, and I made drawings similar to his, but with… Continue reading

REVIEW: Where’s My Water?? (iPhone/iPod/iPad/Android)

Is it possible to learn physics from a gravity-based game? I don’t know. But you can learn to solve problems with “Where’s My Water”. The game is about an alligator who lives in the… Continue reading

Warhammer simplification and redesign

I just rediscovered my old teenage hobby stored in my garage:  My Warhammer figures! High Elves, Orcs, Skeletons, Dwarves and Lizardmen. When I was a teenager, I collected, painted and played with these figures… Continue reading

LEGO DUPLO maze for Hexbugs

My son begged and begged me to buy a habitat starter set for his four hexbugs. Its one of those containing hexagonal piece and two curved pieces. Price: 13 £ !!  I was… Continue reading

Counting cows and selling elephants

Last year I took pictures of all my sons Schleich plastic animals, printed and laminated them, my son gave them an individual price and we turned them into a “product directory”. This became… Continue reading