By Sara Zeglin
RigBMX is a game based in the world of Regular Show from Cartoon Network.
Why It’s Cool
Colorful graphics, a surreal environment, intense music, and a loosey-goosey physics engine are the biggest hooks here.
What am I Learning?
Hand-eye coordination. (And letting go of the idea of linear progression.—Ed.)
Get to Work Playing Games!
Guessing about games? Iffy about interactives? Tentative about technology? We’re here to help! Look forward to a new Game of the Week every other Friday. We’ll tell you what games are cool, what you’re learning, and why it matters.
Already using games in your classroom? Let us know in the comments—we might use your idea in a future column!
Sara Zeglin is our senior games producer here at National Geographic Education and Children’s Media. If you’ve discovered Pluto’s Secret, been stumped by a Quiz Whiz, or participated in a Dung Beetle Derby, you can thank Sara. We’re delighted to welcome her to our happy band of bloggers!