Impact Gamers

inspiring makers

Science Themed games for LiVE III

Is your child a game maker of the future? Why not find out?  Come along to Impact Gamers’ family friendly funny and free show looking at inspiring the next generation of coders. Challenges, Prizes, Advice, Games, and Tutorials. Saturday 15th July 1:30-3:15pm (With free arcade time and an interval) Pictureville Cinema @ National Science + Media Museum Bradford. Part of…

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…

Flicking Balls! Not for beginners.

Yesterday I was helping a student make a Pokémon Go style game mechanic. Flicking balls to catch creatures.  Using the built in physics engine in Fusion it really wasn’t too hard to do. So I thought I’d share a tutorial with you! It’s a novice tutorial not for beginners, Newbies try APPril www.impactgamers.net/appril SORRY about the LOUD start Try it…

Hellbound Hounds

This amazing app was made by Josh a teenager who had some amazing ideas. Build a bridge to save the dogs from descending to hell. This one flies close to boundary of  “family friendly” content, but hopefully you can take the damned dogs in the comedical taste it was made in.

Interactive Video

Having a video that can change it’s content to what people select is good… but then imagine having a video in a lesson that will expand on things a majority of students don’t understand, show kids work on the screen and have quizzes and mark the results… Now that is interactive digital learning. Keep in touch with Impact Gamers to…