Educational electronics puzzle game Circuit Jam released for Android

Apr 10, 2015 -- Circuit simulation based game Circuit Jam lets you learn electronics by solving puzzles in a virtual lab. It makes electronic circuits remarkably approachable to kids as young as 10 and anyone curious about electronics. Over 100 simulated circuit puzzles gradually introduce electronics basics without getting deep into formulas and equations. The objective is to build circuits that generate electronic signals of a certain shape. In the process you will make connections, set component values, and operate switches.

Everyone has a different learning style. Visual and kinesthetic learners get better results when they see animation and interact with circuits. With Circuit Jam, your math skills no longer will limit your understanding of circuits. Circuit Jam’s interactive visual circuit simulation engine allows students to experiment with circuits in a virtual lab and get immediate visual feedback.

“After seeing the success of EveryCircuit among makers and electrical engineering students, our goal was to reach younger kids and spark the same enthusiasm for electronics as we have at MuseMaze. This led to development of Circuit Jam, a game that teaches the magic of electronics a playful and entertaining way.”, said Igor Vytyaz, founder of MuseMaze.

Circuit Jam is available worldwide to Android users. It can be installed from Google Play as a free app. After completing the first free chapter, a single in-app purchase of $1.99 unlocks all remaining chapters. Visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.circuitjam for more info.

MuseMaze was founded in 2012 with a vision to become top destination for learning and prototyping electronic circuits. Its first product, a mobile and web app called EveryCircuit, is used by over a million engineering students and makers worldwide. Over the past year EveryCircuit community has collectively created the largest online library of circuit designs available at http://everycircuit.com.

 



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