Posts tagged Video Games
Daisy, I was happy to see you blogging again! I liked reading about other kids across the country doing amazing things! Since you know how much I love chocolate, I was very interested in what you found about about Milton Hershey.
Here is an example of a kid who started playing around with technology at the age of 2, and now in 7th grade he won the MIT App Inventor Award!
S.Arjun created a Bus Locator app because his parents were worried when his school bus was late one day. “Their being worried disturbed him and he wanted More >
Basil, speaking of cool camps, I thought you might find this camp interesting!
An organization called Active Learning is creating Computer Enrichment Camps around the country this summer. These Game Builder Creation Camps will have kids actually designing, developing and creating one of a kind computer games. They were developed to teach introductory programming skills and encourage creative thinking.
There are 4 types of camps for kids ages 8 – 14 to choose from: Introductory Video Game Creation, Video Game Creation – The Sequel, Animation Creation, and Learn to Fly — a camp for kids who are interested in More >
They have created a fund to help game developers launch their games at an online Android GameStore.
Sean Spector, co-founder of GameFly says, “We plan to be a leading player in mobile games by launching our retail GameStore for Android and helping to fund mobile developers of all sizes to publish, promote, and sell their smartphone and tablet games.”
Right now GameFly is dedicated to giving consumers the best user experience possible and More >
You know how we are always talking about different adventures we can create, using our talents to help others? Well, I just read an article about a group of video-game enthusiasts from a group called Speed Demos Archive, whose members are all about completing video games quickly!
So what they did is put on a six-day marathon of speed gaming! There were about 90 people gathered, in shifts, at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, to play video games around the clock for a good cause, in the event called “Awesome Games Done Quick 2012.” More >