Code your own Christmas cards this year with the world’s first Hackable Cards

Erase All Kittens have just launched 12 “Hackable Christmas Cards”, that will teach you to code whilst spreading some festive cheer

● A free, educational and fun online activity for a socially distanced Christmas
● The cards are free to create and can be easily adjusted via the code editor
● Then shared in a covid-safe way with friends and family, wherever they are
● Erase All Kittens is a multi-award winning, coding game for kids, on a mission to inspire all children to learn to code

London, UK: Erase All Kittens, the computer game designed to teach kids to code, has launched a set of covid-safe, “Hackable Christmas Cards” that you can personalize and share this Christmas.

You can pick from their 12 templates (see 8 of them below) and simply edit the text, or go further and dive into the code of each card to adjust whatever you like. They’re a fun activity for families to do this Christmas, when sending traditional cards might not align with the latest government advice on limiting the spread of Coronavirus.

Erase All Kittens, a startup based in London, has already attracted over 150,000 players worldwide to play their free game. The game is set in a fantasy universe filled with quirky characters, strange stories, magical worlds and cute kitten gifs, designed to inspire even the most reluctant technophobes to learn to code. They hope this latest feature will help spread some much needed festive cheer this Christmas season.

Dee Saigal, Founder of Erase All Kittens, said:
“We love Christmas and we’re passionate about inspiring kids to code. So we decided to combine the two and create these hackable Christmas cards! We’ve designed some easy-to-use templates and we can’t wait to see what people create with them.”

This product is the latest release from Erase All Kittens, who’s free coding game has attracted over 150,000 players worldwide.

You can code your own Christmas cards here:

About Erase All Kittens
Erase All Kittens is a multi-award-winning, online educational game for kids. Designed to inspire children to learn to code via an epic Mario-style adventure. It is currently free to play and has been used by over 2,500 schools and played by over 150,000 children worldwide. They won a $100k Grant for the Web in November 2020, a European Ada Award in 2019 and two MIT Solve Awards in 2017. They have a new game scheduled for release in April 2021.

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Ben Gill, Erase All Kittens

London, United Kingdom

07887 871007

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