DYSTOPIA 2153 – Coding Through Stories

Dystopia - Coding Through Stories

Do you like graphic novels or comic books? Are you interested in learning how to code? If you answered, yes, then you’ll love Dystopia 2153! This brand new, three-episode series teaches kids the basics of coding through a digital graphic novel. It connects 21st Century skills with the love of reading, inspiring the next generation of coders and storytellers. Solve puzzles using code to help the characters overcome obstacles and escape their dystopian world. Check out Episode One: Escape from the Rathouse.


The Story

The year is 2153. In a world run by evil bots, it’s dangerous to be human. Lance, Freya, and their friends are trapped in the Rathouse Orphanage. Will they escape or will the robot commander and his sidekick stop them? Follow them on a journey full of suspense as they attempt to defeat the evil bots and make their break!

Dystopia - coding through stories


The Puzzles
Offering a sandbox approach to learning, kids learn to code while playing games in this fun interactive novel. Powered by Google’s Blockly, Episode One features over 40 different levels of coding games. If you’re a beginner, don’t worry, Chiclet the pet robot, can help you through all the levels. And if you’re an expert, show off your coding skills by beating the high score!


Want to use Dystopia 2153 for a workshop or classroom? Classroom and school licences are available from our store! We also offer special pricing for coding clubs, camps, and schools.

If you like traditional graphic novels, you can even buy your own print edition from our store!


Interested? Sign up for a free 15-day trial today at www.dystopia2153.com.

 

 

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