What are some of the well known tools for creating games for e-learning?

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KennethHarper KennethHarper answered

You’ve seen the numbers and you’ve read the statistics. You know what your potential audience is like and you see a huge untapped potential for your e-learning products. I prefer to check over here and get more new things about quality games. But then again, there are so many tools available with varying capabilities. Well, that’s why I want to share some of my favorites with you because the market is flooded with options and quality products can become difficult to find.

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aaronramsdale aaronramsdale answered

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Sumeet Zarkar Sumeet Zarkar answered

Adobe Flash, Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Presenter, and yes, Powerpoint are the industry standards. eLearning Brothers has a bunch of e-learning game templates: http://elearningtemplates.com/el… in some of these commonly used formats.

You can also make simple 8-bit games using GameMaker http://www.yoyogames.com/gamemak…

You could also use Scratch, which requires little to no programming knowledge. Here some interesting examples of games created in Scratch: http://scratch.mit.edu/galleries…

Note though that for GameMaker and Scratch it may be a little tricky natively packaging them in SCORM compliant modules if you are looking to deploy them in a learning management system. Might have to link to them or embed them as web objects.

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