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.
Welcome to the desktop version of our game Monster Attack! Our game does not use the Adobe Flash plug-in, instead it uses HTML5. Our game is very easy to play. Click on the game to start. To move use the arrow keys and try to kill as many monsters as you can by aiming and pressing the left mouse button to shoot. If you die press the space bar to continue. Beware of the invisible monster! Good luck. Click here for the touch and full screen version.
Welcome to the desktop version of my game “Monster Busters” . Use the arrow keys to move up and down and use the mouse button to shoot. Most games you usually play run on Adobe Flash but this one runs on HTML5 which means you can play it on browsers that don’t have flash. Click the game, then the spacebar to begin. Click here to view a touch and full-screen version of our game.
My game is built on HTML5 . It does not need Adobe Flash. You use the arrow keys to move. To fire, press the mouse button. Click on the game and press the spacebar to begin.