GameGo – Handheld Console, Code Your Own Games with MakeCode
GameGo – A Retro Gaming Platform
As video games became more complex, a lot of effort went into their development. Now it requires a whole team of developers & lots of resources and time to make a video game.
Microsoft MakeCode Arcade Compatible – A Powerful Programming Platform
Recommended Ages: All ages
Features: easy-to-use and user-friendly; has various tutorials and projects for users; supports translation between block-based code and text-based code.
On Device Programming
Tile-code invites players to be game makers as they can create their own games right on their handheld devices. Inspired by board games, the display is split into a grid of squares, and the existing control buttons are used to move board pieces from square to square. Try it in the browser here.
Educational Course Materials
Kids’ creative thinking and hands-on skills are nurtured while designing new games or recreate ones from the past. In the image above, you see the outline of the accompanying course we provide. the game comes with a multi-lesson online course to help users learn the basics of making their own retro games. The course aims to guide students to understand and learn the software and hardware knowledge of game development starting with a simple game based on graphical programming, gradually deepening and iterating continuously to do a relatively complex, multi-level, and story-telling game project. The course provides many game examples for students to understand the concepts and principles through improvement and optimization.
TinkerGen has created an online learning platform called Make2Learn which contains our own course materials for a wide range of STEAM educators and programming hobbyists. You can view online or download the included videos, lesson plans, and source code once you activate a course.
Sleek & Thoughtful Design
Our designers carefully selected the most suitable materials, keeping the layout familiar and intuitive to use within a handheld-sized console.
This kit is suitable for:
Maker teachers / DIY hobbyists / high school students / gamers / homeschooling educators
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What’s in the Box
|1x||game||Micro USB Cable||Guidebook|
|Display: 1.8” 160×128 color TFT screen|
|Power Supply ：Built-in lithium battery or 5V Micro USB|
|Built-in power supply: Rechargeable lithium battery (502535, 400mAh)|
|Working Voltage: 5V|
|Package Dimensions:||121 (L) * 38 (W) * 115 (H) (mm)|
|Age for Use:||8+|