November 5, 2012 AT 10:00 am

Kids Playing Canabalt @ MaKey-MaKey Booth at Cinekid Medialab Amsterdam 2012 #makeymakey #makeymakeymonday

Cute video from the MaKey-MaKey booth at Cinekid Medialab Amsterdam 2012 — kids playing Canabalt (a one-button game: Jump!) created by the talented Adam Atomic using MaKey-MaKey foil sheet interfaces.

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  1. Heh. My son also plays Canabalt with his MakeyMakey, but he found the device itself to be a little uncomfortable to hold so I printed him a MakeyMakey gamepad


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