Pixicade Quest Kit

Pixicade Quest Kit

# 004971

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Item #: 004971
Grades: 1-AD

Product Description:

Includes 4 Books with 50 game design concepts, 2 creation codes, 90 game stickers, instructions, and 5 non-toxic markers. Each creation code includes 800 game creations, primary powerups and edits, quest expansion and edits, 8 game types, quest map maker, and avatar creation library. Creates 1600 custom games total.

Category Description for Pixicade:

Create games you can play on your own smart phone or tablet by just drawing your game out and then snapping a picture in the downloadable app. The game already has automated game modes that carry out specific commands. The only thing missing is your drawing of obstacles, prizes, avatars, and more! Once the drawing is in the app, it will still have the same hand-drawn look, but the drawing will be interactable with moving pieces. Mazes, slingshots, hole-in-one, brick breaker, paddle battle, volley, and get the goals (platform) are some available game style options. A great way to cultivate creativity and captivate imaginations. Compatible with Android devices 5.1 and higher and iOS 8.0 or later.

Primary Subject
Curriculum
Grade Start
1
Grade End
AD
EAN
860004116103
Format
Other
Brand Name
BitOGenius
Weight
1.9 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.75" x 8.75" x 2.06"
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I bought a pixacade game for Christmas for my grandson last year. He likes it and uses it a lot. For Christmas this year he requested the new "Quest" game
Patricia M on Dec 2, 2022
I bought a pixacade game for Christmas for my grandson last year. He likes it and uses it a lot. For Christmas this year he requested the new "Quest" game
Patricia M on Dec 2, 2022
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This toy is pretty awesome. It works a lot like normal Pixicade, the only difference is drawing maps. After making all your levels, you need to draw maps. Use black to draw environment, use blue to draw level portals (this is how you will play your levels), use green to draw the avatar, use red to draw barriers (these block the avatar from getting to certain levels, they must beat a certain level to get rid of them) and use purple to draw storytellers (they give you information about different levels, you can customize your own message that they say
November 10, 2022
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3 months ago


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