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PBS Parents Play & Learn HD

PBS’ first app designed specifically for parents, PBS Parents Play & Learn provides more than a dozen games parents can play with their kids, each themed around a familiar location – including at the grocery store, at home, in the kitchen, and many more.
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App Store - Sketch Nation Studio

Introducing Sketch Nation Studio, an amazing free app where users create and play their own games or download games from other users.

With Sketch Nation Studio, you can even have the chance to sell your game on the App Store for money! We will PUBLISH AND ADVERTISE it for you!

Creating a game is super simple: Just draw the in game objects, play around with the customization options and before you can say "Sketch Nation Studio," you will be enjoying your own self-created game!

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Create iOS and Flash Games with Stencyl

Create iOS and Flash Games with Stencyl | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it
Stencyl helps you create iOS and Flash games in a flash with or without coding.

"Stencyl isn't your average game creation software; it's a gorgeous, intuitive toolset that accelerates your workflow and then gets out of the way. We take care of the essentials like physics and native APIs so you can focus on what's important—making your game yours.

Publish to the App Store and the web in record time with Stencyl."

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iPad.AppStorm on Gaming | iPad.AppStorm

iPad.AppStorm on Gaming | iPad.AppStorm | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it
Games are often the very first thing that people download when they fire up their iPad for the first time.

"This is a roundup of some of best gaming content on iPad.AppStorm, from casual arcade games that pass the time to games that really make you think, from huge franchise blockbusters to beautiful independant titles, get ready to play with your iPad again!"

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Sketch Nation Studio - The 2 minute game

Engineous Games shows us how you can create a game in under two minutes using simple mode in their upcoming sequel to Sketch Nation Shooter, "Sketch Nation S...
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App Store - Classroom Games

Whether you’re a substitute or a regular classroom teacher, games are a great way to fill extra time at the end of a lesson. Classroom teachers around the world play games with their kids to entertain, educate and to reward. 

We have assembled this collection of some of the enduring games that have been used by teachers for decades. These games don’t require much in the way of special materials, and classrooms can be easily arranged to accommodate the games in this app. While some of the games are active, most don’t risk injury in the classroom, leaving running and jumping for the gym or the playground.

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Create iOS and Flash Games with Stencyl

Create iOS and Flash Games with Stencyl | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it

"Stencyl helps you create iOS and Flash games in a flash with or without coding. Stencyl isn't your average game creation software; it's a gorgeous, intuitive toolset that accelerates your workflow and then gets out of the way. We take care of the essentials like physics and native APIs so you can focus on what's important—making your game yours.

Publish to the App Store and the web in record time with Stencyl."

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Educational Origami - iPad and games for learning

Educational Origami - iPad and games for learning | mrpbps iDevices | Scoop.it

A neat post from Andrew Churches that looks at the proposition that;

"We have a wide selection of games on the iPad for the “kids” enjoyment and a couple leap to mine as useful tools that could be applied to learning. Why would I want to use games for learning, well they are engaging, self motivating, rewarding and have instant feedback. So here are a couple that I think have potential."

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