The recommend book to support your learning and the playing of these games is:
'Information Technology for CSEC Examinations 3rd Edition'
Alan Wood & Howard Campbell
Published by Macmillan Caribbean
The definitive version of the online resources that accompany this book will be found at macmillan-caribbean.com shortly. Until they become available I have made the following basic versions avaiable.
The definitive version of the online resources that
accompany this book will be found at
macmillan-caribbean.com shortly. Until they become
available I have made the following basic versions
Answers Appendix A Practice Paper 01
Answers Appendix B Practice Paper 02
Answers Chapters 1 to 10 Structured Questions
Answers Multiple Choice Questions by Chapter
Extension activity CASE
Extension activity nested IF
Installing the Free Pascal Compiler
Installing the Python IDLE
Student Learning Journey Answers (available only to Teachers)
Student Learning Journey with Questions.
The games below have been created to supplement
revision of the CXC, CSEC Information Technology
examination 2020 and onwards.
The first game places you in the role of Information
Technology Manager at Caribbean Travel Services. The game
follows the order of the book and the syllabus so you can
play as you progress through your IT course.
This is and HTML game so and can be run in any web
browser. It was created using Squiffy, available for free
download from http://textadventures.co.uk/squiffy
The second set of games test your knowledge and
understanding of key IT terms need for the examination.
There is a game for each chapter in the book so you can play as you progress through your IT course.
The aim of the games is simple eliminate the computer bugs by selecting the bug that matches the definition.
any modern web browser.
Have fun an learn.
If you want to run these games offline or just study
the source code download the source
code zip file.
If you are interested in learning how this game was
developed we have create 12 simple games that introduce
the ideas needed for programming games in HTML and
Technology should be able to use the source code as a
The final game, Game 1, can be used by new computer
users to practice their mouse skills.
Play the final game
To see the steps involved in developing this game start at
Each of these games is a single, fully commented,
can create their own offline copies. Simply use the Web
Browser's "Save Page As..." feature to create a local copy
of the game. A text editor such as Microsoft NotePad can
then be used to look at, and modify, the source code.
The images we used are
You can use your Web Browsers 'Save Image As' feature to make copies on these images or create your own.
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and I'll try to answer your queries.