A world of software development gives players a variety of immersive learning experiences that allow players to create, modify and use a program. It is intended for students who would like to become a professional computer software developer.

Video games are awash in simulations of real-world software and engineering. Minecraft players have developed fake electronic devices that are awe-inspiring in complexity, and numerous video games have introduced elements of programming. Ozaria is a good example. It lets users design circuits using draggable commands that resemble assembly language. Shenzhen I/O developed by Zachtronics helps programmers learn about the interface between software and hardware and the way computation happens at a lower-level.

Screeps, a different game by Zachtronics, introduces JavaScript code to a game that resembles the developer tools found in browsers, and includes scripts and a console. It’s not intended for beginner level however, it could introduce concepts such as specific actions and variables to players who already know JavaScript. Robo Instructus allows players to write high-level commands that can be used by an in-game robotic character who traverses a map that contains obstacles.

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