A. General

  • 1. What is Gamify Study

    A site for busy teachers like you to create engaging learning games instantly and share them with your students. The students can play the games on the classroom smart board or on their mobile devices and PCs. No installation is needed becouse our games are web-based and optimized for mobile devices.

  • If you are a student, you do not need to have an account. Your teacher will send you the game link or QR code of the game. You can play the game for free and play as many times as you like.

    A teacher needs to sign up to create an account. A nominal fee will be charged to create games and store the game data on Google cloud. You can go to our Sign Up page to register an account and start to create fun games for your class.

  • Yes. GamifyStudy.com and the games created from our site perform well on any PC and mobile devices as long as a modern web browser is available. We suggest you use Google Chrome.

B. Memberships

  • Your membership will not be renewed automatically. Your payment is one-off payment. When your membership runs out, you can simply go to our Sign Up page to sign up for a new membership. After your payment goes through, our system will send you your sign-in credentials instantly. After you sign in, you can click the Transfer button to transfer your data from your previous account to your new account.

  • Because you only pay a nominal fee and the transaction fee charged by our payment processor is not cheap, we are unable to offer a monthly membership.

  • Thank you for purchasing your membership. Our system should have sent you a member welcome email, in which you can find your sign-in credentials. If you do not receive your sign-in information within 30 minutes, please check your spam folder in case your membership email was delivered there instead of your inbox. If it is not in your spam folder either, please contact us.

C. Games

  • You can use as many entries as you like, but we suggest you limit the list size up to 50 entries. You can always split a long study set into multiple study sets and create a game for each set.