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c-jump Computer Programming Board Game

3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Helps children to learn basics of programming languages C++ and Java
  • Fun and entertainment for the whole family
  • Ideal for home school education
  • Based on the code of a real computer program
  • No prior knowledge of computer programming is required!
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Product Description

Discover fundamentals of computer programming by playing a board game! This game eliminates intimidation of many kids and their parents, bored by the mention of "computer programming", often associated with visions of geeky guys glued to their computers. c-jump reveals simple programming terms in a cool way! By moving around the board , entering loops, branching under conditional and switch statements, the players gain physical experience of a complete program.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20 x 10 x 2 inches
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000E0G442
Item model number 9504906000
Manufacturer recommended age 11 - 11 years
Best Sellers Rank #520,126 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#12,309 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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By Amazon Customer on December 8, 2012
I'm a computer scientist and thought this might be fun for my kids.
None of us could see the point of the game.
My family now ridicules me for buying this game.
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More fun than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. More interesting than watching paint dry. The problem is that if you understand logic well enough to know how to correctly interpret the game, you will be bored to tears playing it, and if you are playing the game to practice/learn logic, the game will probably end with a knife fight.
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If you don't know anything about anything then this game, and I assume life, is a barrel of fun. Look at the mountains! The pretty clouds!

If you know anything about anything, you will get into a hilarious argument with your friends about whether variables are initialized and whether it really is possible to escape that dreaded while loop.

I won't say it's a bad game. It's just. . . misunderstood.

Two stars for giving me nightmares. I appreciate that.
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First off, the rules in the Virtual Tour on the game's website are slightly different than what's in the manual. If you've won the bitter war about the existence of the infinite while loop, they let you know you've slaughtered your friends for nothing. They were right, you're playing it wrong.

Second, this game is just awesome. Super awesome for an uncountable number of reasons. But if we had to count those reasons:
1) Someone wrote a thesis on it. A 72 page thesis!* Seriously. This game is so incredible that people write research papers about it. How cool is that? What other games have their own research papers? Yeah, not that one or that one. But this one does. Yeah!
2) It has a virtual tour. Not only do you get a board game with dice, pieces, black paper with lots of white printed on it leaving nothing but the inverted outline of the game rules visible in the background color, and two purr-fect cat box halves, but you can also take a virtual tour of the game on its website. You can do that for free before even buying the game! How awesome is that! What other games have their own personal, official virtual tours with no admission fees? Awesome!
3) The rules. You've got to read them once (no extra peaking allowed) then play the game once to experience how awesome and well crafted the rules are. Depending on how you've approached the game you'll uncover the dreaded loop of doom, slide uncontrollable down the slopes, ski the slopes over and over and over and over again until you exactly hit that unreachable finish line hiding just past the required return statement. Does x actually exist? Who will be the first to enter the first if statement? Oh the glee you'll have this skiing season if you attempt this game. The mysteries you'll uncover.
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