I am currently in the process of making a children's educational game titled "Connectorium". I have a very early build available and I would really like to get some feedback before moving forward.The Concept
The concept is simple: The player plays the role of little girl who wakes up to a world where all forms of connections have gone missing. Each level consists of a system such as a farm, a city, or the digestive system, and the player must reconnect the elements of the system. Please note that I have not yet added any story elements to the build.The Feedback
As I have mentioned, this is a very early prototype. So I'm less concerned about fine details, and more interested in feedback about the core concept and game play. Please do remember that this game is aimed at children so you must try and put your "child hat" on as you play it (whatever that means
). Some questions that I have:
- Is the game fun or dull? What is fun or dull about it?
- Does the encourage learning through discovery?
- What can improve or enhance the mechanics?
- What additional things would enhance the learning and the fun aspects?
- What age group would you think the game is appropriate for?System Requirements
This is a Unity based game and is not very graphically intensive. If you can run any Unity game, you can run this.More Details
Please see this blog post
for additional details about the alpha and the game.DownloadsWindows DownloadMac Download
If you want to try this on the iPad, please contact me directly.