Teach Coding & Game Design

Build in your Web Browser

Even on Chromebooks!

Turn Gamers Into Creators

Virtual Learning Ready

GameSalad gives you the flexibility to teach in the classroom or at home.
All your students need is access to a modern desktop web browser, including Chromebooks, and they can learn anywhere. Students can sign in with Google or custom anonymous logins.
Teachers can assign tutorials, view progress remotely. Shared editing allows students and teachers to collaborate on projects.

Teachers Love GameSalad

Thank you for adding the Teacher Dashboard, combining the tutorials in the Creator, and making it step-by-step and easy for our students to navigate. My students are fully engaged and cannot wait to start a new game! Thanks again for listening to teachers and implementing our ideas, WE LOVE GAME SALAD!​

Patti Griffin

CTE Teacher, Computer Science & Keyboarding

GameSalad’s low barrier of entry and powerful toolset is great for education. Students in my classes are learning the fundamentals of game design while actually designing their first game at the same time. Some have already taken on their own side-projects!​

Mike Rodriguez

Game Design and Integration Instructor at MCAET

GameSalad has inspired my students to use their creativity. Each day, I see my students jump right into their games and strive to create something new and different. They are excited when their hard work pays off and they’ve created a workable, fun game to show their friends.

Andrea Carovillano

Technology Teacher at Monroe JH

Professional Visual Programming Platform

Our visual programming platform empowers students to build video games without the frustration of traditional coding syntax.

Online Visual Coding and Game Design

Hundreds of Teachers use GameSalad to Teach

CS Foundations

Your students level up with project-based curriculum connecting game development with computer science.

Game Design

Empower your students to create their own working games. Easily import graphics, music and sounds.

Build Your Computer Science Pathway Today!

Create a custom licensing package for your class, school, or district.

Full Web-Based Curriculum

Extra Assets

Outstanding Teacher Support

Turn your students from players into makers

We believe that students should show that they can be creators and problem solvers, and no multiple choice test or online quiz can demonstrate these skills as effectively as creating, debugging and iterating upon a game that they are proud to call their own.

Instantly push to Apple, Android, and HTML5

Schools all over the world use GameSalad to teach computer science and game design,
encourage digital makers, and foster self-expression.

Contact us now to unlock the power of game-based learning in your classroom!

GameSalad News

GameSalad Case Studies

Check out the statistics we found across classrooms utilizing GameSalad. Canutillo ISD saw a 3% Increase in STAAR Math Meets & Masters Scores, and 11% of Students use GameSalad on the Weekends…

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BISD Brings STEM Education to all Middle School Students through GameSalad

The Brownsville Independent School District is enhancing its Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics (STEM) Education through the utilization of GameSalad. It is the first district in the state of Texas to make this computer science software available to all of its Middle School students…

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CREEED partners with Canutillo ISD to bring computer science education to all Middle School students

Canutillo will offer middle school students innovative GameSalad curriculum over the next five years with financial support from CREEED Today, Canutillo Independent School District announced a new partnership with GameSalad for Education and the Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development (CREEED) to expand computer science education to its middle school students over the next …

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