Multitouch Games for Special Education Students

Games for Special Education Students

Six games were developed by Ph. D. Students Cemil Uzun and  Kadir Yucel Kaya and two games by Ph. D. Students Ersin Kara and Tuğba Bahçekapılı for Special Education students under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Kursat Cagiltay. Developers of the games are stated in the description part of the games below. Those games includes instruction and evaluation of basic concepts such as colors, shapes, sounds, more-less, body parts and memory. Some of the games are playable in traditional PCs, some of them are only compatible with PCs with multitouch capabilities.

This game covers more-less concept by matching amounts of same or different objects. (Kaya & Uzun)
This game covers sounds of the animals. Students try to guess which animal's sound that they have heard. (Kaya & Uzun)
This game covers sounds of the instruments. Students try to guess which instrument's sound that they heard. (Kaya & Uzun)
This game covers the color, red. Students try to pop the red balloons only. (Kaya & Uzun)
This game covers the shapes and objects in a advance level. Students try to replicate the house by placing objects above. (Works only in multitouch screens) (Kaya & Uzun)
This game includes matching of basic shapes. (Works only in multitouch screens) (Kaya & Uzun)
This game is designed for special education students to teach body parts like arm and limb. (Kara, Bahçekapılı)
This game is a memory game for special education. Teacher can select the difficulty at the beginning of the game. (Kara, Bahçekapılı)