12 Advanced E-Learning Games Inspired by Connect Four #243

Connect Four E-Learning Games RECAP #243: Challenge | Recap

This week’s challenge asked course designers to share e-learning games based around the popular board game, Connect Four. Technically, this was one of the tougher challenges due to the advanced use of variables and motion paths. Thanks so much to everyone who shared a comment, demo, or download this week. And special thanks to our first-time challengers: Brooke Winston and Steve Morey!

Angela Anderson

Angela Anderson

View project | Video overview | Learn more | Angela Anderson | Website | @angelalearning

Ben McKenna

Ben McKenna

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Syed Amjad Ali

Syed Amjad Ali

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Tracy Carroll

Tracy Carroll

View project | Learn more | Tracy Carroll | Website | @1tracycarroll

Jodi Sansone

Jodi Sansone

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Sam Lincoln

Sam Lincoln

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Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

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Jonathan Hill

Jonathan Hill

View project | Learn more | Jonathan Hill | Website | @JHill_AssocCIPD

Bailey Kramp

Bailey Kramp

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Ciara McCarthy

Ciara McCarthy

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Brooke Winston

Brooke Winston

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Andrzej Jabłoński

Andrzej Jabłoński

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Jeff Nunamaker

Jeff Nunamaker

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Richard Hill

Richard Hill

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Steve Morey

Steve Morey

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Share Your Connect Four Examples!

The Connect Four challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.

Share Your Connect Four Examples!