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The most kid-friendly video game creation platform, ever.

 
 
 

Ever wonder how to make your own video game? With Bloxels it’s never been easier. 

 
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Meet Bloxels®, a first of its kind technology that enables you to build, capture, design, play and share your very own video games. Designed with blocks, a universal element of childhood play, Bloxels cultivates imagination while encouraging discovery and experimentation.

With Bloxels, you can realize your own video game ideas, build and animate original characters, develop villains, add in power-ups, and more - all done directly on the Bloxels® Gameboard and then activated with the FREE Bloxels® Builder App and your mobile device. 

 

How it Works

 

The Bloxels Starter Kit

 
 

Includes FREE App Download. Get the app here.

 
 
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It's your imagination's turn to play.


In the Press

 

"Adding a digital dimension to a physical plaything... [and] getting it right."

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"Coding a video game is laborious—but Bloxels aims to change that with its new paint-by-numbers style of programming."

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"Students will find that designing is more intuitive and easier to iterate when using hand-held blocks rather than traditional on-screen drag-and-drop programming tools."

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"Bloxels lets you design video games using plastic blocks. Yes, really."

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"My boys, 3 and a half and 7, use and love [Bloxels]...they have all this self confidence in seeing their creations come to life."

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"Bloxels Makes Game Creation So Easy It's Taking Kids To GDC"

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" 'When I was your age, we played 8-bit games, we didn't build them.' That's what you'll be saying once your kids start creating their own games with Bloxels."

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"Bloxels is a great tool for kids to learn design thinking...It's not exactly playing, it's creating."

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From the Blog

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