Gamestar Mechanic Captivates

2/24/2014 6:00:00 PM
Title: Gamestar Mechanic
Summary: Captivating manga romp teaches kids game design
Pros:
A tremendous amount of well-documented game design and pedagogical resources come for free, with premium content available to teachers and kids at a deep discount.
Cons:
It allows for a lot of complexity in games but doesn't go into programming or past a handful of game genres.
Bottom Line:
This terrific and affordable toolset teaches kids how to design games and shows teachers how to use games to teach.

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