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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Prosocial Game Design Cards

Update: Prosocial Game Design Cards toolkit

Designing games about social skills doesn’t need to be difficult. Particularly if you have the right tools. Introducing Prosocial Game Design Toolkit!

Three tools designed to make it easy to create prosocial games. Developed by PlayGen as part of the ProsocialLearn game developer support network, meant to assist SMEs in the creative and collaborative development of prosocial games using ProsocialLearn methodology and game components.

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