Algorithm City : Coding Game

Contains ads
3.8
3.45K reviews
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

The game is a fun and innovative coding game to teach the basics of programming and algorithm. It teaches coding with fun games with the animals.

The players gain the basic concepts of coding, like command sequencing, functions and loops, by guiding the character by collecting golds and solving levels.

There are many characters (penguin, fox, cow, ladybug, angry bird, rabbit, chicken, etc.) in shop screen.

Algorithm City features 51 levels in 4 chapters.

Educational Chapter has 6 levels, it teaches how to do.
Easy Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches the basics of coding.
Normal Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches loops by using functions.
Hard Chapter has 15 levels, it teaches functions.
Updated on
Dec 24, 2018

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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

3.8
2.98K reviews
A Google user
September 20, 2019
Very fun. Simple interface, great controls. Perfect game for teaching kids procedural programming. Slowly increasing difficulty makes for a smooth progression. Only downside is it's too short. Ninety minutes of fun and I'm done. Could use more levels. Also, a suggestion, add f{A}, f{B}, f{C}, etc for more complex programs. If we were able to build multiple functions, it would allow for longer, more complex levels
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Goldfish
May 15, 2023
Was a great game. Not sure what happened but the game is offcenter and no settings to fix it. A quarter of the game is cut off making it difficult to play or know if you clicked an incorrect button. Uninstalling does not fix. Amazing idea that was fun to play for adults too, sad I cant continue to learn. When it works it really changes perspective on what actions need to be told to the object for the task to complete. I was excited to get to later stages for harder coding basics.
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Fun Guy
August 23, 2020
A great game for its simplicity. It has its own symbolic programming language which is used to move a cube shaped hero. The game is played on two programming fields, one for for the main program and one function field. You begin each level by looking at a maze of obstacles, and then creating a program to navigate it. The language only uses 6 symbols so this game is suitable for younger children. It has few levels. An adult will easily complete the entire game in a couple of hours max.
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Musteren
August 23, 2020
Thanks. :)

What's new

Fixed some bugs.
Added Spanish localization