gives students the power to make choices and decisions.
They will love choosing and seeing results.
Then, when they finish one of available scenarios, they can start over and choose a different one.
There are two characters to choose from (a burglar and a detective) and 4 possible endings. There are two sets, both including 7 riddles (one for the burglar and one for the detective).
Students have to solve tasks along the way to get the final code.
This is a self-checking activity.
Students have to type correct answers there to get the final code. If the answer is incorrect, it will turn red.
It is a clickable game. It works only in a "present" mode, not in an "edit" mode.
The answer key and the instructions on how to change the riddles are included.
Look at the preview to check how it works.
**You can download the file from Google as a ppt file (the game)/as an Excel file (the recording sheet).
**Please be sure that your IT does not block Google Links that have a shared setting of “anyone with a link” if you plan to use this resource. If they do, they probably have a way of unblocking it.
**You and your students will need access to Google and a Google account in order to use this resource.
*If students do not have their own Google accounts, you can download the file from Google Slides as a ppt file and then share it or you can project it on your screen and play together.
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