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MATHS impact

We are planning to develop software (MATHS impact) for schools which will support the work of Impact Gamers so we can run more sessions free to the public. What We Need We are looking for £11,500 to start the development of MATHS impact.This will cover the initial costs of developing the program and the time of renowned maths consultant (Sam…

Retro Remakes

We’re looking to do a little series of remaking old retro games in about 15 minutes and as few line of code as we can in Clickteam Fusion. This series is for intermediate users. #3 Frogger (Konami- 1981) play our version download the fusion file #2 Commando (Capcom- 1985) play our version download the fusion file #1 Surround (Atari…

impact ARCADE is here

Live in BD5 or your kids go to school there? Want a free after school club to help get them creative with computers? Monday or Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm followed by Games Making 4:30-5:30pm for ages 7-11 and their families at St Stephen’s Church, BD5 7BH. Register online and come along this Thursday or Monday.  

Clear and Present Reindeer

RELEASED! Angry birds meets Worms meets a big pile of screaming. Select and fire your elves through the villages to search for Santa. Game design and all levels were made by young people 7-15yrs at Impact Gamers in Bradford using Clickteam Fusion. Play online (May run slow on some devices)       Our most ambitious game, made over 6…


So the last summer term of Impact Gamers we had the students design space ships, code behaviors, share their work with each other and build a side scrolling space shooting game.   And here it is.    


A FREE HOLIDAY CLUB for 11+ aged kids? 10-5pm? Daily from the 14th-18th August? Creative techy activities? That would be e:merge’s awesome GEEK WEEK in BD4 that we are very excited to partner with. E-mail us at for a consent form. Limited spaces and local kids BD5/BD4 and those already attending impact gamers will get priority if we gets…

Play the mini games from the Google Museum Day

We had a blast today inspiring young people in Key Stage 2 about science, coding and stupid robots at the National Science and Media Museum.  Here are the mini games they made in the 5 minutes we had with them. 5c 5n awesome game ball vs robot boomball bouncey bouncey bouncey balls football robots ghost ball global catastrophe killer ball Mr C…