From Paper To Screen
It's A Video Game Maker Like You've Never Seen!
Kids love creating their own video games
Open ended play, unlimited potential
Self-paced, independent play
3 easy steps to make your own video game
Just draw, snap and play!
Allows your child to express their creativity
What's In The Box
QR CODES Unlock the Pixicade app with at least 1,000 game creations per kit.
Game Design Books Three Activity Books teach game design, covering 50 game design concepts, 30 instructional activities and over 100 example games.
Specially Created Markers The different colored washable markers represent different actions/avatars.
Quick Start Guide Instructions covering the different features of
the Pixicade app.
Stickers Game design stickers to add to your game creations.
- 🍎 #1 FUN LEARNING TOY TURNS DRAWINGS INTO VIDEO GAMES— Kids and teens use colored markers and paper to turn hand-drawn concepts into instantly playable video games! This game does not fit into any existing toy category and the only limitation on Pixicade is your imagination!
- 🍎 BEST GIFT IDEA FOR KIDS AND TEENS— If you are looking for a favorite gift for boys and girls ages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10+, then you have found the ultimate toy for birthday parties, Christmas, and reward incentives! It includes 5 washable markers, one sketch pad, and two interactive books that teach kids game design concepts, and provide a lot examples to keep kids drawing! Create 1,600 Games with 7 game types!
- 🍎 SURPRISINGLY SIMPLE AND EASY-TO-USE! Simply draw your game on paper, snap a pic of it, and then play an animated version on your phone or tablet! Create your own character, build obstacles for them to overcome, and design the goal for how to win the game! This is a game you will feel good having your kids play for hours at a time!
- 🍎 EDUCATIONAL STEM GAME FOR HOME & CLASSROOM! Make your teaching moments more fun and memorable using art, engineering, story, creativity, and playing video games! For example, you could have your child make a game based on their favorite book. Or create a math game based on what they are currently learning in math. Interactive learning is far more effective than any other teaching method! Education should be fun!