Your name on your public games

Now you can clarify who created your public games. In your personal settings, you can now choose to let your name appear in the game information text on your games. Note that changing this setting will make your name visible […]

Bulk edit students

Many teachers have many and large classes to manage on Helpfulgames. We have therefore introduced a feature to bulk edit student information by classes or groups. You’ll find the feature if you log in, go to your groups, and then […]

Preview game levels as a plus member

We now introduce a feature to preview all the questions and answers on a game level. You must be logged in as a teacher or parent and also have an active plus membership to be able to see all the […]

Easier text formatting

We have introduced a more advanced text editing on several functions: When creating your own game levels of type ClozeTest you can now format the text with the following styles: bold, italic, underline, strike through, superscript, subscript. When you describe […]

Choose animal

As a student you may now choose which animal to display in the scoreboard. Log in as a student and go to the page that displays current ranking level. Navigate to that page by either clicking on your animal in […]

App to Chrome and Chromebook

Helpfulgames is now available as an app for all of you who have a Google Chromebook or are browsing with Google Chrome. If you use Google Chrome or Chrome OS running on a Google Chromebook, you can install our app […]

Give students gold stars and easy to read reports

Now, you as a teacher or parent may reward your students with gold stars for their achievements at Helpfulgames. You’ll find their achievements along with the other reports. There you may choose which performances you want to see and even […]

Create games with video and audio

Now we have made it possible to add video and audio when you are creating your own games as a teacher or parent. It is also possible to enrich your already created games if you have suitable audio or video […]

Hide games for students

Now there is a new way to help a student focus on specific areas. By allowing a student to only see the games via assignments, you can choose exactly which game levels a student should be able to play. When […]