The game I’m reviewing this week is one I’ve heard a lot about; FoldIt. This game was developed back in 2008 as a joint effort between the University of Washington Center for Game Science and the Department of Chemistry. This is a puzzle game about folding proteins, and the goal…

For this critique, I got to try out an educational game in an area I’ve been curious about for a long time: programming education. The game I will critique is called CodeCombat and is playable on web browsers. The game is developed by the CodeCombat company, however it is also…

My critique will be about a game called DragonBox Algebra 12+, a game that is all about learning algebra. This game was developed by the WeWantToKnow team in Norway (although the game is published on Google Play under the Kahoots DragonBox brand), a company founded by former math teacher Jean-Baptiste…

Angle Jungle — An educational game about angles

My first critique centers on a game called Angle Jungle, a game designed to supplement angle education for students in fourth to sixth grade [1]. The game was developed by a group of ETC students known as Team Tiny; Xueyang Lena Wang (producer/concept artist), Jun Wang (producer/UX designer), Yonglin Carl…

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