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In an epic journey, historian Dan Snow follows in the footsteps of the 19th century's last great gold rush. Dan and his team brave icy mountains, bears, wolves and worse.
Now with Game Maker you can create your own adventure.
Take our test to see how your personality lends itself to the range of different jobs in the booming UK digital industry.
The Digital Schoolhouse, powered by PlayStation and delivered by Ukie, is a national initiative backed by the games industry to inspire and engage teachers and students with creative computing and computational thinking using play-based learning techniques. Teachers trialled the Gold Rush Game Maker and associated teaching resources with a wide range of students and immediately saw the benefits.
You can teach your pupils coding and game making skills through play. These short, fun, standalone activities, from Digital Schoolhouse, can be dropped into any number of lessons - whether you are a computing teacher or not.
Inspire your class with a game making workshop. You can book a free educational day at your local Digital Schoolhouse.
The games industry has pretty much exploded over the past decade. Exciting developments in the ever-changing world of tech have made games more advanced than ever before.
Games designers design new games, and will also remaster old games for mobile and the web.
A games tester plays games before they are released to uncover bugs and suggest other improvements.
Gaming gurus Dan and Phil are excited about the range of careers in the gaming industry right now. And it's not just about coding, there are thousands of different roles in game making - from voice actors, to storyboard artists, to games testers...
Storyboard artists visually develop the entire story of a video game.
Working with the video game's producers, a voice actor will bring the characters in a video game to life.