These days, video games offer so much more than a way to pass the time. Some video games are perfect for keeping young minds ticking over, and can be used to provide outlets for a variety of unexpected interests – including subjects like palaeontology, and coding!
As we enter into another week in lockdown, you may be faced with the task of keeping the kids indoors and entertained. And there’s no shortage of ways to pass the time in quarantine with your kids. Video games offer hours of endless family fun, and there are an abundance of games available for the entire squad, even if they’re non-gamers.
A carefree new life is just beyond the horizon! Step off the plane and onto your very own deserted island where new friends, discoveries and opportunities are waiting for you. Paradise is what you make it in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch.
“Gigantosaurus: The Game” allows players to explore and race across the vast, prehistoric world of Gigantosaurus in a one-of-a-kind dinosaur adventure. Play as your favourite dino buddies from the show – Rocky, Tiny, Mazu, and Bill – as they discover secrets, solve puzzles and save the day.
Swift is a powerful programming language created by Apple that’s used to build many popular apps. And Swift Playgrounds is an app for iPad that makes learning how to code interactive and fun. In this 60-minute session, we’ll show you how to get started with coding using the Swift Playgrounds app.
Help a Sphero BOLT robot navigate obstacles using code in the Sphero Edu app on iPad. Explore block-based coding by programming simple movements, changing colours and more. Set up obstacles and use the iPad to program a path for the Sphero BOLT robot to navigate.
This Thursday (28th November) at 1pm, there is going to be a Skylanders Twitter Party, and I will be one…
Swappable, unstoppable: Embark on an exciting new adventure with the Skylanders and the SWAP Force. For generations, the SWAP…
Yesterday I received the most intriguing postcard in the mail, the front simply saying ‘Visit Skye‘ with the reverse harbouring…
The MOGA consists of two different controllers, MOGA Pro and MOGA Pocket. The MOGA Pro is more like a regular console controller with full-sized grips, dual analogue sticks, and D-Pad. Making it both the perfect size for bigger hands and elite gamers. The MOGA Pocket is a smaller more compact version of the MOGA Pro, great for little hands and commuters.