Sorry for not join you at the final classes. Instead, I want to introduce two great mini game, which I consider can be digital tools that support education.
<Twelve a Dozen>
Twelve a Dozen is a mathematic puzzle game designed by Bossa Studio. In the game, player needs to solve several puzzles using knowledge of arithmetic.
In the game’s setting, there is a strange town called Dozenopolis, which is a part of micro-world in computer. The town has been attacked, thus player needs to rescue his family and save the town. Player operates a little digital character called “12”. During the adventure, player will encounter different numbers, with which users can solve math puzzle with simply calculating including add, minus, multiply and divide.
The target audience of this game is children aged around 10-14, so the graphic design is adorable to attract the audience. It provides a great way for children to be familiar with the arithmetic and use is skillfully in life.
Check the game walk-through below.
It is an amazing independent game on steam, and draw a huge amount of attention even though it still on it Alpha edition. The background of this game is related to war and fighting, however the graphic design of it is bright and neat.
The mission is to create battering ram to destroy target construction, and the most wonderful part of the game is freedom of the creation. You can user many different mechanical components to create their idea ram and the space is all yours.
The game use great physical engine to simulate real-world environment. Player can test their thought in game and even create some objects that are even not related to the missions. Image what kids can explore and create in this game world. It will be a great way for them to perceive the knowledge of how a machine works.
Here are some amazing objects that create by players.