It seems like every time you turn around, someone in the Articulate community is giving away a cool new template. If you didn’t have a chance to keep up with all the free e-learning game templates shared over the past year, no worries!
Here’s a recap of 12 e-learning games your fellow community members shared.
Hugs ‘n’ Kisses
Here’s a creative version of everyone’s favorite childhood game. Shared in the community by Kevin Thorn on Valentine’s Day, this e-learning game is a great opportunity to learn advanced Storyline techniques.
Here’s a creative matching game template created by Articulate community member Przemysław Hubisz for a recent e-learning challenge.
Add memories to your bird book in this memory game interaction shared by Articulate Super Hero Stephanie Harnett in thisforum thread. Stephanie also recorded a quick Screenr to help you learn more about using this game template.
Simple and fun Hangman game shared by Articulate community member Jade Kelsall in this forum discussion.
Arrr! Here’s a fun e-learning quiz template featuring a creative pirate theme. Shared by Rıdvan Saglam in this community thread, this game is easily updated so you can use with your own projects.
Fast-paced trivia game template for Articulate Storyline. Designed by Tim Slade, this e-learning template features editable graphics and colors so you can use in your own projects.
Connect the Dots
Simple connect the dots game built in Storyline. The game features options for enabling and disabling the number guides.
Variables, slide layers, and triggers power this amusing math game, which includes just three slides: an introduction, bank of 12 questions, and a result slide. Answer a randomly presented question correctly to bump the monkey up the tree. Get five right and the monkey eats breakfast. Who knew variables could be so fun?
Community member Matthew Kliewer shared this game in the forums back in 2012 and it’s still one of my favorites. While this game is not fully built out, it features advanced use of triggers and variables.
Here’s a fun Bingo game template shared by Articulate community member Montse Anderson. The game features customizable bingo cards so you can use in your own e-learning projects.
Here's a fun e-learning game shared by Articulate community member Paul Alders. Based on the popular game Mind Master, this Storyline game uses advanced variables, slide layers, and triggers.
Tic Tac Match
Here’s a fun version of Tic Tac Toe created by Articulate community member John U in this forum thread.
Post written by David Anderson
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