Goodnight Server Room is a lighthearted exploration of how computers work and the words we use to describe them.
Goodnight Server Room game is fun for kids from ages one to one hundred. There are lessons for the second graders, nuggets for the adults, and goofy characters for the toddlers.
The game has no ads and no hyperlinks. We recommend using guided access mode for toddlers who like to press the home button.
Goodnight Server Room brings computer science and information technology to life. Bits and bytes leap off the page to get you engaged and enthralled with foundational concepts of computing. Learn how to write numbers in binary, find bugs, and get started with formal logic.
Read the story aloud to your kids, or let them explore on their own. Goodnight Server Room introduces the terms and concepts of information technology in a fun and approachable style.
Finished it fast? See how many points you can get (don’t forget to find all the bugs).
T.D. Smith is a writer, software engineer, and heavy metal enthusiast who would like you to know that engineering and art have more in common than you might think. Realizing there weren't any children's books that described what he did all day, he wrote Goodnight Server Room to introduce his two (soon to be three) little boys to software engineering. http://smithdtyler.com/
The artwork for Goodnight Server Room is by extraordinary Minnesota artist Emily Krueger. http://www.emilykruegerillustration.com/
Goodnight Server Room was made possible by an amazing group of KickStarter backers! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/smithdtyler/goodnight-server-room
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.