Super Seasons Snapshots is a picture taking game. Kids take pictures in different seasons and compare what stays the same and what changes.
In this puzzle game, players help AJ Gadgets clean up junk in the park. Players find new ways to use and combine junk and turn it into playground equipment.
This is a stand-alone app made for families to play together. Each player investigates an animal, then the players talk to decide what animal fits all the traits they are looking for.
A 2D platformer where players solve puzzles by learning basic physics concepts.
A puzzle game that encourages players to think about how different materials can be changed when you heat or cool them.
A life science game focused on parents and their offspring, players match baby animals to their parents and observe their behaviors.
A puzzle game where players learn about how lights cast shadows by experimenting with their flashlights and matching shadows to the objects that cast them.
Through a series of scaffolded levels, players are challenged to discover what properties of materials make good bridges.
In this game, players learn about motion, balance, and stability by helping Sara Snap fix broken treehouses.
Players observe how different things make sounds, and use the information they collect to make music for various residents of Citytown.
Players experiment with force and weight to learn about collisions and win the tournament.
A promotional AR app that gives kids superpowers from the show Hero Elementary.
A science learning tool for our outreach program. Students get science prompts and record their thoughts
In this game, players learn about the basic need of animals by feeding them at the Super Snack Shack.
A promotional app where kids can make themselves in the Hero Elementary art style.
An interactive experience made for the Regis West Gallery
A Game Jam Point and Click Adventure Game
A Star Wars Twine Game
IndieCade Award Nominated Two Player Board Game
A classroom game that teaches about classifying materials. Players move to spots around the room based on their properties in a series of scaffolded levels.
Charlie Mackin is an award nominated game designer currently working for TPT PBS making educational games for Hero Elementary, a new animated TV show on PBS Kids. She's focused on using narrative and educational design to explore new ways of translating themes into mechanics without losing player engagement.