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We are so proud of the excellent work our students do week after week. We're thrilled to share this sampling of some of the awesome (and fun!) mobile apps created by Codeverse's student coders using our kid-friendly language, KidScript. Tap the links on your mobile device to play their games for yourself!
1. Cat vs. Cow by Xander
Cats and cows battle it out on the soccer field in this exciting two-player game by rockstar coder Xander! Xander has created multiple games and apps at Codeverse. One of his games has over 35 levels!
This game incorporates the following aspects of the Codeverse curriculum: timers, math with numeric variables, conditionals and string interpolation. Tap to play!
2. Game3 by Raul
Dodge poisonous snacks and fireballs to make it to the pizza at the top in this challenging game by Raul! Raul is a Codeverse rockstar and has created several games, as well as apps to control the interactive light and sound systems in the Codeverse studio!
This game incorporates the following aspects of the Codeverse curriculum: randomization, auto-generation, math with numeric variables, positioning, and timers.
3. Cubs Bubs by Jimmy
Avoid the moving platforms as you journey to the bone at the top! Each time you bump a platform, you lose a life in this complex and entertaining game by Codeverse superstar Jimmy!
This game incorporates the following aspects of the Codeverse curriculum: randomization, math with numeric variables, string interpolation, and positioning.
4. Spacetastic by Una
Play yourself in this super-fun soccer game by stellar coder Una! Una is a great collaborator with other students in the Codeverse studio and loves to create unique apps with her very own customized backgrounds!
This game incorporates the folloiwng aspects of the Codeverse curriculum: objects stored in variables, "when" statements, and object attributes.
The Codeverse curriculum is designed for children ages 6-13 and all games featured were designed by students in grades 1-8. Do you know a kiddo who would love to create games and apps of their very own? Register them for a free coding class at Codeverse in Lincoln Park!