The No One Left Behind project tackles key challenges in the education sector by using the potential of digital games and game-making among children in order to unlock inclusive gaming creation and experiences. In this context, No One Left Behind is proud to be an official partner of the Alice Game Jame, an event that aims to promote inclusive game-making among children.
The event will be held on 7-13 December in the framework of the Computer Science Education Week under the theme “Alice in Wonderland” in order to invite participants to explore virtually the world of Alice in Wonderland and her friends with Pocket Code and Scratch, two applications that help children to create their own games and interactive stories in an easy way and share them with the world!
How to participate?
The participation will be online and all information needed will be published on the website so stay tuned! http://www.alicegamejam.com/
It’s all about Alice in Wonderland! Create your own game and story about her amazing adventures. And don’t forget the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter and all the other colourful characters from the book. More details about the theme will be made available before the Jam starts.
You can either take part as a single creator or as a team of up to four people. As a framework to create your game you can use our free “Pocket Code” app or the free web-based Scratch platform by the MIT Media Lab. Further information can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Wall of Fame
All submitted games, stories and animations will be published together on our “Wall of Fame” during and after the game jam. So you will get the chance to share your project with your friends, family, and our community! There also will be a raffle in which all participates who submitted an Alice-themed program have the chance to win great prizes and give-aways.
To have more information on the event click HERE
To know more about No One Left Behind click HERE
To know more about Pocker Code click HERE