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Level Up! Life changing – Game making

Impact Gamers have partnered with CityFibre for an exciting new pilot of the “Level Up!” a 6 week workshop for schools and groups using the game making process to talk about emotional well-being. Teaching game making while bringing tools and language to help young people build language and confidence in expressing emotional well-being. Designed to be delivered weekly over 6 weeks to…

Galaxy Invaders – RetroRemakes

Back to RetroRemakes The following tutorial is for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 (full or free editions www.clickteam.com)  The tutorial is suitable for people who have covered the basics of Clickteam Fusion (https://impactgamers.net/learn) and had some experience in game making already.   Suitable for all ages but is aimed at the ages of 8-14yrs. Rated a beginners normal difficulty (out of easy, normal,…

H0RR0R BA11 – RetroRemakes

Back to RetroRemakes The following tutorial is for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 (full or free editions www.clickteam.com)  The tutorial is suitable for people who have covered the basics of Clickteam Fusion (https://impactgamers.net/learn) and had some experience in game making already.   Suitable for all ages but is aimed at the ages of 8-14yrs. Rated a beginners normal/hard difficulty (out of easy, normal,…

Harvest – Interactive Assembly

Welcome to the Harvest Assembly from Impact Gamers, aimed at primary ages 5-11yrs. The assembly just runs from a webpage on your computer, ideally you’ll need: A good internet connection A screen everyone can see Loud enough speakers A mouse/track pad/touch screen They can be used 1 of 2 ways A normal video A interactive show, where people can volunteer…

Robovenger – RetroRemakes

Back to RetroRemakes The following tutorial is for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 (full or free editions www.clickteam.com)  The tutorial is suitable for people who have covered the basics of Clickteam Fusion (https://impactgamers.net/learn) and had some experience in game making already.   Suitable for all ages but is aimed at the ages of 8-14yrs. Rated a beginners normal/hard difficulty (out of easy, normal,…

Micro Driver – RetroRemakes

Back to RetroRemakes The following tutorial is for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 (full or free editions www.clickteam.com)  The tutorial is suitable for people who have covered the basics of Clickteam Fusion (https://impactgamers.net/learn) and had some experience in game making already.   Suitable for all ages but is aimed at the ages of 8-14yrs. Rated a beginners hard difficulty (out of easy, normal,…

Missile Defence – RetroRemakes

Back to RetroRemakes The following tutorial is for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 (full or free editions www.clickteam.com)  The tutorial is suitable for people who have covered the basics of Clickteam Fusion (https://impactgamers.net/learn) and have an understanding of its layout.  Suitable for all ages but is aimed at the ages of 8-14yrs. Rated a beginners normal difficulty (out of easy, normal, hard). The…

Bradford the Game – for Bradford 2025 bid

Click the link to play igamers.io/2025 In early 2021 we were awarded funding to make a game about a future Bradford as designed by local youth 11-18yrs olds. We ran 4 phases; PHASE 1: Gather ideas, we had over 180 young people answer over 1125 questions in our interactive survey.PHASE 2: We gave out over 500 character design sheets and…

Games making with Girl Guides for Cardiff Science Festival

In September 2020 Impact Gamers ran “Impact Games” a project to work with Girlguiding Cymru and Cardiff University for Cardiff Science Festival 2021. We remotely trained up university students in games making. We then supported these students to run workshops with Girlguide groups in South Wales. Their task was to make a game based off some current research happening by…

Donate so we can give a PC to a family

Many school children and their families in Bradford don’t have access to device suitable for home online learning. Thanks to RecycleIT we have some PCs to give out… but they need some extras first. Can you donate £30 or more to allow us to resource a family with a suitable PC during the pandemic?