This update is about sharing and finding cool creations. Played a game that’s pretty? Or found a game full of traps? Now you can let others know - with emojis!
In the community section you can now categorize, search for, and rate games using 40 different emojis. You can also give emoji feedback for games you play!
Plus, now you can now share your games with friends and family who don’t have codeSpark Academy installed. Grandma can play your games!
This update also includes our latest round of fixes and optimizations for better gameplay.
If you encounter any problems, please email email@example.com. If you’re enjoying the new updates, please leave us a review.
Ratings and Reviews
Ok this first sentence or two is about fun requests. I was thinking 💭 maybe you could add more levels to Puppy Problems. When I saw there was no more to it I stared at the floor in disappointment. I do also have another idea. If maybe there could be a male and female character for every skin. But of course that’s not important. To me it is for some strange reason. Though of course it glitches. But it only glitches every once a year for me. Though I believe it’s for a younger age group than me but how they make the coding as if they were games is really intriguing and also never gets old. At least in my case it never gets old. The developers in my opinion take their time to really make this app special. I really do thank the developers for making this app. (Meant to say app). THIS IS MY FAVORITE CODING APP.💻🥳🤩
Developer Response ,
Hi there! Thank you so much for all of your feedback. We'll be sure to pass it along to our developers. Thanks again and have a Foo-tastic day!
I just want to learn
Hello, I’m 14 and my school doesn’t have any classes or really anything on coding and I would love to learn how and where to start and all that, so I took it upon myself to learn how. I saw an ad for this and hoped for the best. I downloaded it and apparently you must pay monthly for this. I understand it’s how they make their money and what-not but I’m only 14 and, of course, can’t do monthly payments especially since my parents are both poor and against the idea of learning from something other than what the school teaches us. I haven’t actually done any lessons or anything because I would have to pay which is why I gave 2 stars instead of 1 because the lessons could be amazing an work really well but I’m pretty sure and kid who actually wants to learn and not be forced to do something like this by their parents or school would love it if their were a stripped down version of the app that one could use and learn to do at least simple coding would be greatly appreciated by anyone looking to learn who might not be able to pay because of the situation their in. Besides, shouldn’t education be free? Especially for kids who want to learn?
Developer Response ,
Hi there! Our app is geared more towards younger learners, ages 4-10, and is free for public schools, non-profit organizations, and libraries. If you'd like some coding resources tailored more for your age, please check out Code.org. They're a great place to get started!
It takes a long time to load, but I really enjoy everything about it!! On the second time it speeds up. And Absolutly NO ADS I love this game but it makes you d9 the 7 day free trial and now I did it. I do not know how to cancel it 😾. Please put a more noticeable X on the trial so people can press cancel. I love this game of coding a lot!!😻😻😻 I’m very glad to participate in playing this game today. Thank you for making such a great coding experience for children. I am 10 years old and I think this is the best learning game yet. I pray that the makers can really help children one day...🙂🤩
- codeSpark, Inc
- 179.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 codeSpark, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- codeSpark Academy Enrollment $3.99
- codeSpark Academy Enrollment $7.99
- codeSpark Academy Enrollment $39.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.