Gamification in education tries to make learning more interesting and appealing to the common people, and it goes beyond traditional learning approaches, which are sometimes boring. To motivate individuals, several institutions have embraced the basic tools and principles from games.

It’s the application of game concepts, attributes, and mechanics to non-game environments in order to engage users in problem-solving. This notion has been used to a variety of fields, but in education, gamification refers to the use of points and badges to incentivize and improve eLearning procedures.


Psychomotor Skills

Improves Problem Solving Skills

Generates Interest

Develops Hand-eye Coordination

Types of games

Drag and Drop Matching Game

Player drag a piece of text of an image into a drop zone and drop it there. Drag and drop activities are best suited to activities in which player sort, group, match, or place information.

Water Resources Management Adventure Game

Water Resources adventure game with fun filled tasks compiling of information that creates awareness on management of water resources. Player needs to complete their tasks in order to advance to the next level of the game. Each completed task, player will be grant with awards.

Word Search Game

Player can play word search to learn basic vocabulary about water resources topics. Before the timer runs out, they must locate the words that correspond to the graphics or text hinted to them. The game also incorporates spelling exercise, as player must know how to spell the words in order to locate them.