Collect the most cheese and race to victory in this learn-to-code board game!
This is a fun, family game to teach strategy, mapping skills and programming concepts – all fundamentals of coding. Your mission is to navigate your mouse about the board to capture the most cheese pieces. Roll the dice, draw the corresponding number of coding cards and then use them to string a sequence of commands together that lands your mouse in the best position to arrive at their favourite snack! You’ll need to “compute” your way around maze walls that block your path and plot to land on warp tunnels that transport you to a different position on the board. The player who gets the most cheese is the winner!
For younger children the game can initially be played without using the walls and warp zones. These then can be gradually introduced to increase the difficulty of the game. Based on the same screen free concepts of the Code & Go Robot Mouse, kids will be having too much fun to realise they’re improving their planning and STEM skills!
255 × 255 × 40 mm
Game board measuring 40.5cm x 40.5cm
90 x coding cards: 40 x forward, 20 x right turn, 20 x left turn and 10 x reverse.
12 x cheese wedges
8 x game cards: four “super mouse” and four “warp zones”
8 x maze walls and stands
4 x robot mice models
1 x coding die
Multilingual instructions which can be downloaded here.