Yes, I have had several projects using a variety of coding languages.
To think as a child while being a Maths teacher.
Musteren Games has been designing and developing educational games since 2013.
Their goal is to make user-friendly products of high quality that are fun to use. The team believes that their passion for science, mathematics, education, and computer games is a great mixture for making the next generation educational apps.
Euclidea, because it boosts my creativity. Memrise, because it keeps my mind busy and learning while I am free.
For about 8 months.
I especially thought of children and their affinities before I started developing this app. Giving them a chance to understand algorithms through simple actions, yet using a minimalistic design with cute characters, and keeping it appealing for users of all ages and levels.
The minimalistic design, the playability, the simplistic interface, and it's not just for children, but anyone interested in puzzle solving games and algorithms, I think everyone will enjoy it.
Adding a map creator for users to build their own maps, new themes, perhaps seasonal themes, and new features of coding for the users to interact with the characters.
I'd like parents or guardians play with their children and observe their reactions and emotions, engage with them in the learning process while they enjoy the game and the app.
About App: Algorithm City is a fun and innovative coding game to teach the basics of programming and algorithm. It teaches coding with fun games with animals.
The players gain the basic concepts of coding, like command sequencing, functions, and loops, by guiding the character by collecting golds and solving levels.
There are many characters (penguin, fox, cow, ladybug, angry bird, rabbit, chicken, etc.) in the shop screen.
Algorithm City features 51 levels in 4 chapters.
Educational Chapter has 6 levels, it teaches how to do.
Easy Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches the basics of coding.
Normal Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches loops by using functions.
Hard Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches functions.
Date: November 6, 2019
Developer: Musteren Games
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