ProsocialLearn Game Store

Update: ProsocialLearn Game Store

The ProsocialLearn Game Store is an integrated browser-based digital marketplace for prosocial games that provides a range of services for both sellers (game developers) and buyers (educators).

For game developers, the ProsocialLearn Game Store is a cloud-enabled service to deploy and manage games, with the ability to create resources linked to games and create offers.

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ProsocialLearn platform, API and developer guide

Update: ProsocialLearn platform, API and developer guide

The ProsocialLearn platform integrates many ProsocialLearn functions into games, i.e. emotion and engagement monitoring, in-game achievements, games adaptation based on Prosocial Learning Objectives (PLOs) and micro-transactions.

The ProsocialLearn API allows game developers to create games that interact with the ProsocialLearn platform, providing a list of API calls for functionalities like letting the platform know when a new player has connected and learning the status of the game from the platform.

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ProsocialLearn games

Update: ProsocialLearn games in development

Several consortium members of ProsocialLearn, a 36-month project funded by the European Union, are producing games based on the ProsocialLearn platform that highlight the prosocial elements in the developer toolkit.

ProsocialLearn games currently in development/testing include The Season’s Soup, The Secret Word, Pushy Paddles, Tower Together, – On the Trail of the Golden Bone, Lost in Space, Emotions with Friends and The Chase.

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ProsocialLearn platform and games video

Update: ProsocialLearn platform and games video

ProsocialLearn, a 36-month project funded by the European Union, has produced a short video that introduces the platform and highlights some of the current prosocial games in development.

ProsocialLearn provides a unified platform for schools, teachers, game developers and students to find, develop, share and play games designed to promote prosocial behaviours.

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