Build a game in Lectora? Challenge… accepted! But which game to choose?! So many good ones, but for this I really wanted to see what Lectora could do, are there any limits to it’s magnificence?! So for the past month it has been my mission to recreate the old arcade game Frogger. For the design, […]
Using Lectora I created this Zelda-inspired mini course. I used simple shape based graphics, variables, audio, and move to action to creative this interactive quest. Hope you enjoy!
This was a title originally designed way back with Lectora 2007 or so that has been updated. It was developed before the availability of the elearning Bros options, and has stuck around for a while. The title of the game was sanitized along with the questions used in the game. Since the game was done […]
I wanted to replicate the Pictionary game in a single screen, I put several pieces together to get a simple working version. I always liked the simplicity of the game and was puzzled by the simplicity of it, even though it costs quite a sum. So the game consists of 3 elements: -The normal Lectora […]
Simple crossword puzzle (with 4 entries; easily expandable). Puzzle could be used to emphasis key terms/words in a course of instruction. Learners would be able to associate the key terms/words to a fun activity (recall) when taking an end of course test or a quiz. Ability to print the puzzle at the end could be […]
During my childhood there were a few things that were certain – baseball cards made my bike sound awesome, a handful of quarters is all I needed to waste an afternoon, my Atari and Nintendo is what happened when I saved some of those quarters, and if I was home sick, I would be watching […]
This is a Memory Match game, designed to provide a little fun while learning…well, just about anything. In this game, you have 10 word pairs which can be for example, homonyms, words with a definition, words with its foreign language counterpart, etc. This game uses an external file to store its word pairs, so you […]
This is a short and simple use of BranchTrack within Lectora. I am still exploring its capabilities. This example is based upon a project I have been working on for some time, developing cyclists’ skills in traffic. The example is UK specific (riding on the left of the road) so different laws may apply in […]
Using BranchTrack I created a course that takes people through the thought process of signing up for the Lectora User Conference 2017. For more details visit our webpage: http://trivantis.com/luc-2017
I decided to play around with Pantone’s Color of the Year (Greenery) while making this module. I also wrote the module to fit in with my own current objectives. This is a module on tornado safety, and the branching scenario walks the learner through a tornado warning and how to handle it.