Parents & Teachers
What is Sploder?
Sploder is a place where anyone can make games online and share them with the world. There are several different types of game creators, and no programming skill is necessary. All you need is a good imagination and a desire to be creative.
We aim to create a place where young people can express their creative ideas and reward each other through positive feedback and encouragement. With our diverse set of game-making tools, members can discover many different ways to design game levels, make stories with narratives, and challenge themselves and their players.
We believe that the world can be changed by creative people who use their minds to make the world better. By offering a place where people are rewarded for creativity in the context of games and play, we hope to point them toward a path to a more creative future.
Learning with Sploder
Many institutions across the world have used Sploder in a classroom environment to teach game design. By putting students in the position of creating a game or puzzle that others can solve in a fun and challenging way, it gets them thinking about problem-solving and storytelling. Game design uses the whole brain, from the artistic side of creating art and graphics, to the analytical side of creating interesting game levels that work.
Using Sploder in your School?
If you're using Sploder in your school, we'd love to hear about it. Please contact us and let us know! Pictures and testimonials are a huge bonus as well!
Joining Sploder is easy and free. No personal information is needed, and once you join you can start making games right away.
Community & Safety
Sploder's community is self-regulating. We have a team of community members who monitor site content daily. Social features of Sploder can be disabled in your account settings if you wish to have a more private experience.
In order to allow for a fast-paced, dynamic online experience, games and comments are automatically allowed and visible. This may be a concern for some parents, so please educate your child about online safety. All comments are public, and there is no ability for private conversation on Sploder (aside from the forums, which is a separate registration process) so that moderators and members can report inappropriate or objectionable content.