You can also make your own games with Hopspots. That is done in Mix’n’Match or Code a Spot, where you can programme the content and thereby adapt the games to all ages and academic levels. It is simply done by recording content and taking photos for the games with the iPad’s record- and camera functions. Thus, making your own games is quick and easy.
If you record your own content in Mix’n’Match you could for instance make a game for the library, where you have to match authors and their works on the physical spots. First, you step on a spot that says “Michael Bond” and then you have to fin the spot that says “A Bear called Paddington” to make a match.
In the game, Code a Spot, you have the option to programme the content of every single spot. For instance, you can determine that the yellow spot should say “There once was a prince” when stepped on. That could be the beginning of a fairytale you make on the spots, where you record 12 parts of a story on the spots and programme their light. Afterwards, you distribute the spots randomly on the floor and it is then time to find the right order and lastly play the story to check if you found the right order.