To inspire the pupils to take an interest in computer science, physics and mathematics and to motivate them to develop their skills in these areas the children are introduced to computer programming from 3rd class upwards. From MissionV to Scratch to creating HTML5 games the children learn problem solving, logic and basic skills in maths. Whether or not a child moves on to have a career in programming the skills he/she learns are useful for many subject areas. These include learning to manage complex systems, planning and coming up with strategies and learning how to diagnose and troubleshoot problems. As our pupils create and share online games they learn important mathematical and computational ideas while also learning how to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively.
We made a website and computer game in memory of the 1916 Rising. All the fourth to sixth class pupils took part. You can play it on any desktop or touch device. Click here to play.
Random access memory (RAM) is a form of computer memory. We had to change the RAM because one of the fizzbooks was very slow. So we decided to increase the RAM from 1gb to 2gb. It runs much better now.
Here are QR codes for you to download our game as a mobile app. If you haven’t got a QR reader on your phone download something like QuickMark from your app store. It’s free! Then open QuickMark and point your phone camera at the QR code for your device. QuickMark will give you a link to click on. This will download Save My Life to your device. Click on the QR code for your device before scanning.
If you’re viewing this on a phone you can use these links to download: Download game for Android; Download game for Windowsphone; Download game for Symbian; Download game for WebOS; Download game for Blackberry.
Kill 20 monsters to move to level 2. Contact us here with any problems.
@gortskehy No bother. I will check them out. Kids today are so talented. It's gas I wish we designed computer games
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Welcome to the desktop version of my game. Orla in sixth class worked with me. My game is made from HTML5 so that means that it does not have to run on Adobe Flash like most games do. You can use the up and down and the side keys to move and you use the mouse to shoot. If you die you can press the space bar and start again. This time try and beat your high score. Click on the game then press the spacebar to continue. Click here to view a touch and full screen version of our game.
Click on my game then press the spacebar to begin. Use the arrow keys to move and left-click to fire.
Welcome to the desktop version of my game! To play it you click on the game and press the spacebar. Use the left mouse button to shoot. Use the arrows keys to move up, down, left and right. You must shoot a monster 5 times for it to die. Click here to view a touch and full-screen version of our game …
Welcome to the desktop version of my game. The aim of my game is to try and kill as many monsters as possible before they get you …!! You use the arrow keys to move and you click the left button on the keyboard to shoot. Most games you play uses Adobe Flash but this one doesn’t. Instead this game runs on HTML5. Click on the game and then press the spacebar to continue … Click here to view a touch and full-screen version of our game …