Learn by playing!
Pick Up is a prototype made to prove that videogames have way more uses than just entertaiment. Videogames are one of the best ways to learn!
Pick Up has been presented in three contests wining 2 first places awards. The XXII National Prototype Contest 2020 in its state stage, the Latin American Exhibition of Sciences, Technologies and Innovation, and the current one is the XXIII Virtual National Prototype Contest 2021!
- Click on any square to move.
- Click on any square with grabage to pick it up (one at a time only).
- Put the correct item in the right container.
- Press the <ESC> key to return to the main menu.
- Click on the question mark icon to watch the credits and to change the background music.
- Press the <E> key three times to delete all your progress.
Videogames are one of the most attractive (digital) media for young people, as allows them to live the adventures of a protagonist as their own and although this allows the growth of their creativity, videogames are also the causes of many distractions. There have been discussions on banning videogames but, what about using them in our favor? Regrettably in our country (México) the didactic use that videogames have has not been studied so much. Now it's the time, time to transform an element used normally for distraction and entertaiment to a tool that brings lessons to our future generations, that brings them valuable knowledge.
The use of videogames in pedagogical ways is possible and it's one of the better ways of teaching.
If you're a programmer, game developer, designer, influencer or any type of content creator, let's demostrate that digital media isn't malicious! join the cause and start making educational content for future generations.
You don't know how to code? it doesn't matter, there are plenty of ways you can make videogames without coding, for example this game, made with Construct 2.
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, HTML5|
|Tags||2D, 8-Bit, children, contest, Fast-Paced, High Score, Minimalist, NES (Nintendo Entertainment System), Pixel Art, recyclying|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Interactive tutorial, One button|
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