Rabbids Coding! A FREE Coding Game For Children!

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Rabbids Coding! – a fun educational game that teaches the basics of coding – is FREE to download and play!

Find out how to get Rabbids Coding! for FREE, and make sure you tell your friends!

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Rabbids Coding! is FREE for a Limited Time!

The Rabbids invade space, and in true Rabbids-style, turn your spaceship upside down! Using blocks of code, you need to give them instructions to clear up the mess they have created.

Rabbids Coding! is aimed for players from the age of 7 and upwards. It was created to introduce people of all ages to the joys of digital skills and reach as broad an audience as possible, including families and schools, and via partnerships with charities and media libraries.

It is a resource to teach players the basics of programming and algorithmic logic. It introduces notions like sequential programming, loops and conditions. No prior knowledge of programming is necessary to play the game.


Rabbids Coding! – How To Get It Free!

Rabbids Coding! is free to download and keep from the Ubisoft store.

There are two ways to get it for free on Ubisoft.

Rabbids Coding! A FREE Coding Game For Children!

Using Uplay Launcher

  1. Download and install the Uplay launcher
  2. Run Uplay, and sign up for an Ubisoft account, if you have not already done so
  3. You can now add it to your account! It’s that simple!

Directly From Ubisoft Website

You will still need to install and use the Uplay launcher, but this method lets you claim the game quickly, and more importantly, do it on non-Windows PCs (think Mac or Linux).

  1. Go to the special Rabbids Coding! giveaway page.
  2. Click on the PC icon.
  3. You will need to log into your Ubisoft account. Register for one, if you have not already done so.
  4. It will now state that Rabbids Coding! has been added to your account.

If it glitches and the page does not load properly after logging in, refresh and it should work.


Why Is Ubisoft Doing This?

Simple – to get you to register with them, and check out the games they are offering in their store.

They will also get to send you notifications on new games or promotions, and who knows – you might buy an extra game or two from them?


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