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(link fixed May 12, 2008)
A website about programming games at school
Teaching with games: UK report findings
The report on the Teaching with Games project has been released. It
outlines the context, objectives, methods, findings and key messages
arising from the project. The report can be read from this page together
with survey results on students' and teachers' attitudes to games and
learning. Futurelab, October 2006
link added Saturday, November 11, 2006
I originally created my Game Maker page for a group of 15 Pre Service Teachers back in 2005. For a unit I was teaching at Ballarat University. I strongly believe in the value of making work available online as a result of this I have received over 115,244 hits on my GM 5 & GM6 pages combined. To me this is strong evidence of the value of sharing resources. If I had placed my original examples on Blackboard or an intranet only 15 students would have seen them.
Download version 8.0 of Game
from YoYo Games.
local copy of Game Maker 8.0 zip (9.36 MB)
Local copy of Game Maker 6.1 (3.6 MB)
Game Maker 6 created Mark Overmars is an excellent
shareware program that makes it easy to create your own PC games.
There are many websites with examples and tutorials online. The best place to start is by visiting the Game Maker website.
Russell, R. (2016, July 04, 03:41 pm). Game Maker 6.
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