Src:Card is a free Print and Play card game that lets you write code to defeat your
opponents' battle robot core. A 2 player card game, Src:Card takes cues from actual programming
functions, but the rules are simple enough for ages 10 and above. Build your own super robot core
while attacking your opponent by writing code. ハッカー
It's a race between you and your opponents to both build your ultimate bot and hack your
Tabletop Gaming News
When is the last time you played a game where you learned something new and at the same time had a
blast kicking your friend's butt?
Das Spiel Zone
the idea that Src:Card is even vaguely educational about how hacking works…excites me
Shut Up & Sit Down
I love the game and will start demoing it at the local university when I get a chance!
Anthony (Kickstarter Backer)
This games is excellent for teaching coding, I'd love to use it in class!
Lecturer (Istanbul University)
Recommended by Teachers
Educational, But Not Boring
Src:Card is a coding course in a box. Used and liked by lecturers, programmers and students,
Src:Card teaches the basics of programming in a tactile, entertaining and infinitely variable
manner. A printed copy of Src:Card is one of the quickest ways to go from programming theory to
practical (and fun) experience with the minimal use of resources. Whether you are 9 or 99,
Src:Card is a great way to start programming. ハッカー