First Person Shooter Game Teaches Programming, Not Violence [Video]

First Person Shooter Game Teaches Programming, Not Violence [Video]
technology

Glitchspace sets up in-game challenges that can only be solved by programmers.

Serena Chu
  • 10 march 2014

Glitchspace challenges players to navigate their way through a cyberspace world where the only villains are systematic glitches. The hope of this game is to offer people a chance to test their programing skills, but in a more entertaining way. This duo-motif program is in line with trending educational games like Koe, an RPG that improves players’ linguistic skills.

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