Software Development World Game

A software development world is a tool for learning that immerses players in the creation, modification and application of a program. It is designed primarily for students that want to be professional computer system application developers. Students are usually given the role of a member of a digital community, and are required to develop computer software within a predetermined time frame. This type of game on video is useful in helping students master coding and computer scientific discipline concepts, such as loops and conditional statements. Zachtronics’ Shenzhen I/O is a great example of this kind of video game. It features a user interface that mimics the developer tools found in browsers, and teaches scripting and code iteration.