- Speech/Language Pathologists/Special Ed. Teachers
Auditory Discrimination Games
Match picture to cognates: t/d, p/b, k/
Match pictures to similar sounds: s/sh; w/r/
Syntactical/Symantic Games -
Match prepositions to pictures: i.e.
"The boy is on the table."
"The boy is under the table."
Can I sell the games I make?
If you have a game you made and would like us to sell it for you on our website, no problem. We offer a program in which both Language Rocks and you can profit. Email us for details. If you can sell your games to another company, we request that you indicate that these were made with Computer Game Maker software.
Can I install this game on our school computers without a site license?
Yes. After you purchase Comptuer Game Maker, you can make as many games as you wish and install those games on as many computers as you wish. Since our company's founder is a former teacher of the deaf, we are fully cognizant of the budgetary constraints of individual school districts and allow you to share our software with other teachers within your district.
How can you offer this software to be shared district wide without expensive site licensing?
We are a small company and there are thousands of school districts. We've found that once a teacher starts using Computer Game Maker Lite, other teachers are eager to make their own games. Often, within the school district, it's easier to order several copies rather than make copies or wait until one teacher is finished in order to pass it around.
In addition, there are thousands of school districts throughout the country and the world. If we only sell one Computer Game Maker - Lite to those
school districts, our company will be successful.
What about web based games?
Computer Game Maker designs programs for installation on individual or lab computers. A web based game like the one you play on our website, requires JAVA programming. However, if you send us a game you made, and we feel it would be beneficial to our visitors, we can import it into our JAVA game on our site with you as the author
and students would be able to play it for free.