Some more direct links to some of our most popular software.
Games for people with Learning Disabilities – Games designed and developed as project coursework on the Serious Games module in Computer Science at NTU. The games are designed to support life and independent living skills.
Student created games for Sustainability – Games created by NTU Computer Science Students with the NTU Green Academy team to enable NTU’s staff and students to solve sustainability challenges by embedding the relevant skills, competencies, and knowledge into our curricula.
VESVET Student Games – developed by our Serious Games students for a project developing content to enhance soft skills in students enrolled on Vocational Education courses in several European countries.
CodeRED Project Games – Games to support actions towards addressing the high proportion of drop-out from i-VET (vocational and educational training) courses.
Being on time: My Appearance – A game to teach people with learning disabilities about getting ready in the mornings. download windows zip.
Maths game: Bomb Squad – Test your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills whilst saving the city! download windows installer zip
Fractions: Cheese Factory – a maths game to help to teach simple fractions. download zip
Travel Training – Traverse was designed to teach students with learning disabilities about how to be safe on the roads. download (for Windows 8 or older – Updated version coming soon…)
3D Printing – A 3D Printing training course was developed in the 3D4VET project, and this app was produced as a quick start guide. Play Store Link
Quest – Personal Development and Work sustainability goals addressed in a role playing game. download zipped Windows installer (developed 2007)
Games developed in the ViPi project. ViPi aimed to support and facilitate the acquisition of basic ICT skills for people with disabilities. (As this project ended in 2013, some content may be rather dated)