Software Development World Game

A software development environment is a tool for learning that allows users to be immersed in the design, modification, and use of software. It is typically designed for students who want to become professional computer system application developers. Students usually are given the role of staff in a digital community, and they have to build computer software within a certain time period. This type of video game is a great way to teach students computer science and coding concepts such as loops and conditional statements. Zachtronics’ Shenzhen I/O is an excellent example of this kind of video game. It features a user interface that resembles tools for developers in browsers, and teaches code iteration and scripting.