Game Salamade is a free educational game designed for students in kindergarten through third grade students that helps teach children how to learn. It is perfect for students that are not yet comfortable using the mouse or keyboard to move the virtual ball around the screen on their computer. The main goal of this game is to reach the end goal before time expires. Game Salamade is appropriate for kindergarten-through third-grade students and can be enjoyed by both parents and children alike.
The game developers at GameSalad have been in the business of developing computer games for more than fifteen years and have more than 200 exclusive games to their credit. Game SALAD is being offered in more than 223 schools for elementary, middle school, high school, and college students that teach them valuable game playing skills without the pain of text input. Many of the current generation of computer users are more accustomed to playing games with keyboards and joysticks that require a lot of coordination to win the games. Because of this, many new users have not yet learned to work with the computer mouse or keyboard and have found Game Salamade's logic-based games to be much more enjoyable.
This game is easy enough for younger children to pick up but challenging enough for older students to learn from. Unlike other computer games that are played on a computer with the mouse, which requires a lot of hand-eye coordination, Game Salamade is playing using the keyboard and joysticks that make it very simple for any age group of computer user. The overall goal of this game is to hit the bottom square or goal, while avoiding the bottom obstacles that appear on the screen. It teaches kids valuable computer usage skills and they will be better prepared for the real world when they start using a computer in the future.