Free coding kits from Microsoft Imagine


 

Want to learn to code? Know someone who does? Microsoft Imagine has just launched our new website and we’ve got a bunch of great learn-to-code kits suitable for beginners of any age. They use free visual coding software such as Kodu Game Lab, TouchDevelop and Project Spark to help anyone get started.

Each of these kits enables you to make your first game, app or school project in about 30 minutes. We’ve got some great kits to get you started and more are coming every month:

  • Kodu Kart: Randomize power-up spawns

            Kart racers in this game need an extra edge with randomized power-ups you can code

 

  • Brick Breaker: Knock ‘em down with your code

            Create an agile paddle for the player to knock out bricks with the ball

 

  • The Warrior’s Crucible: Craft an epic weapon with code

            Select the perfect materials to craft an epic weapon

 

 

  • CompatiMatch: Create an app, make a match

            Analyze names to find a future friend

 

 

  • Magic Ball: Add custom art, answers and sounds

            Enhance the experience with random answers and touch controls

 

  • Doodle Guesser: Drawn in with just a touch

            Make a doodle-guessing game and draw in different colors

 

  • Air Delivery: Code flight controls and carry cargo

            Time is running out, so help players liftoff and fly

 

 

  • Mini Golf: Code special putting shots on pickup

            Help players grab the ball and make special shots

 

 

  • Predation or Starvation: Defense against pests

            Maintain a tricky balance between cabbage production, predators and prey

Visit our new website and explore all the great coding kits, free software and more to begin your coding journey today!

 

 

 

 

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