What is Game-Based Learning?

Game-based learning applies to a type of gameplay designed around learning outcomes. Our games are researched to align with core standards and involve the use of game elements such as incentive systems to motivate players to engage in learning tasks. 

Not only does game-based learning make learning more fun, but our engaging games aid with information retention and motivate students to overcome learning hurdles.

Potion Makers

Potion Makers

Can you help your teacher in the Potion Making class complete the perfect potion recipe? Precision with fractions will fill the cauldron to make the magic happen.

Decimal Demolition

You hold the wrecking ball in this demolition job! The more fluently you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, the sooner you can get the job done!

100 Bites – Cheesy Percent Conversion

The cats have stolen the cheese! You must use your percentage skills to return the cheese. Snack on some along the way, but beware of the cats who are on your tail!

The Numberlings – Multiplying Mayhem

An alien invasion is on the great city of Mathematopolis! Your multiplication skills can save the day by helping the Numberlings defend their city from the Disorderling Empire.

Kingdoms of Rashona

If you can free the kingdom, you can be a hero! This classic-style, 8-bit strategy game will require your rational numbers knowledge to free the land. 

Elevator Trouble

The customers are in the shopping mall elevator, but there are no controls! Using the mall security system, you’ll deliver each mall visitor to the right floor while you learn.


The Power of Simulations Based on Science

The STEM simulations were supported in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate. Its contents are solely the responsibilities of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NSF, NIH, or DHS.

Students have shown significant achievement gains of 30% on tests measuring their understanding of core STEM topics.*

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