Scramble from The Training Arcade® offers a timed word and sentence puzzle challenge to players
The favorite game mechanic of the author Peter Brown in his book, Make it Stick, is a word puzzle game that includes two modes.
- Word Scramble where players are presented with a sentence that is missing a word and a bank of mixed-up letters from which to rebuild it on the screen.
- Sentence Scramble where players are presented with a word bank and challenged to place them in the correct order to most effectively articulate each concept.
In each mode, players must complete the word/sentence before the timer runs out and are awarded hints for each correct puzzle solved that can be used to help in future puzzle rounds.
Try this Scramble demo game on cybersecurity.
Engage, Memorize, Reinforce
Classic Word puzzle reinforces terminology, memory and reinforcement
Scramble Performance Objective Alignment: Strategic Thinking
Improved Skills: Describe, Explain, Conclude, Identify
Great for: Terminology, definitions, simple and short training elements.
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The Training Arcade® is a DIY game-authoring tool with a library of 9 training games (including the only officially licensed Jeopardy!® game for training) that can be rapidly deployed in 16 languages with any content in minutes (no coding required). This platform works seamlessly across mobile, tablet, PC, and touchscreen devices and can be used for eLearning, instructor-led training, live events and virtual conference calls!
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