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Are you looking for a creative, engaging, curriculum-based project for your students to work on?

Game design and development integrates learning across the curriculum – including technology, maths, and art. It balances the fun of play with the challenge of coding and design.

Games present worlds with defined rules, clear objectives, and more than one possible solution to a problem.

Visit the game development page »
Holy Cross School Papatoetoe | Snapshot of Learning Year 5 and 6 teachers trial the Gamefroot platform as a vehicle for students to learn how to create a game.
"The benefits that I saw from my class using Gamefroot was that they were able to apply coding skills that they had learnt previously in a much larger and complicated context. They were fully engaged and motivated by their desire to build a quality game. I was encouraged to explore gaming apps as motivation and engagement was so high."

– Bryan Ofamo'oni, year 5/6 teacher, Holy Cross School Papatoetoe
View the Snapshot of Learning »
Students from Pakuranga College describe the skills they developed to create the 3D virtual reality game, Totally realistic sledding, using Unity.
Watch the video »
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