Brain teasers and logic puzzles are a stimulating way to give learners a fun brain break between heavy topics, to pique interest in learning more about the subject at hand, or to get them ready to absorb new information.
And creating brain-training games and activities is also an opportunity to stretch your creative skills as a course developer. Whether you’re exploring conditional triggers and variables, or getting clever with drag-and-drop and pick-one interactions, Storyline 360 makes it easy to create all kinds of rich and engaging experiences for your learners.
Explore some of the creative possibilities by taking a gander at these eight brain-teasing logic puzzles from the oh-so-smart members of the E-Learning Heroes community.
Check ’em out:
- This memory challenge example by Chris Hodgson features a text entry field and uses audio, layers, and states to guide learners through a series of exercises to help strengthen their recall.
- Learners can follow their progress and track their highest score with this snazzy follow-the-pattern example by Phil Mayor.
- This visual logic game download by Montse Anderson is a simple and fun brain teaser, perfect for breaking up a dull topic.
- You can create really engaging course content using only the text entry feature, like this super-fun brain teaser full of riddles by Regan McDonald.
- Challenge language learners to practice structuring sentences with this drag-and-drop word scramble game by Aman Vohra.
- Take learners through a series of mental challenges like Renee Stoll does with this smart logic puzzle all about spatial awareness.
- This clever brain teaser by Lizzie Wakefield demonstrates a fun way to shed light on any topic.
- Have learners flex their math skills to solve this sudoku-inspired brain game by Meaghan Lister.
Is your brain feeling more awake now? We hope so! Don’t let your newfound brainpower go to waste. Join the E-Learning Challenge and take a shot at creating your own brain teaser or logic puzzle game. And if you’re still craving more design inspiration, visit the Building Better Courses forum—where tons of e-learning pros are engaging in rich conversation and sharing ideas.