Storyline Example: Quick Fire Matching Game

At Loughborough College, we spend quite a bit of time using Storyline to create different activities for courses, to create really interactive content to increase engagement in our lessons.

We dedicate a certain amount of time to creating simple games that really help embed knowledge whilst being interesting and gamified. Our latest offering is this Matching Game, which in it's simplest form asks the user to match an animal to it's colour.... but be warned it does get slightly more difficult. 

You can try the game here.

We welcome all your feedback and if you like this game, please check out some of our other creations...

Astro-School Game

Tenebris

Halloween Game

Thankyou again to bensound.com for the awesome music.

*UPDATE*

I have now created a template file for this, available below

The only thing I have stripped out is the audio file as it was on our servers. if you wish to re-add this follow these instructions. 

1) Download the Bensound Jazzy french here. http://www.bensound.com/jazzy-frenchy.
2) Ensure the file is called bensound-jazzyfrenchy.mp3 and place it on a server you can link to
3) In the storyline file change the location variable to direct to your new url
4) The javascript only works when exported, not in preview.

 

 

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Ricky Snodgrass

Cool could you pop these instructions on there please?

I have now put together the storyline file as a template for people to use.

The only think I have stripped out is the audio file as it was on our servers. if you wish to re-add this follow these instructions.
1) Download the Bensound Jazzy french here. http://www.bensound.com/jazzy-frenchy.
2) Ensure the file is called bensound-jazzyfrenchy.mp3 and place it on a server you can link to
3) In the storyline file change the location variable to direct to your new url
4) The javascript only works when exported, not in preview.

Cheers guys