The games have been very well received when I present to classes. I think it's a great way to infuse a little more creativity in school and introduce fun games at the same time. Please share the videos and the blog with educators if you think they'd be interested.
Hi Matthew, Thanks for pointing that out. I pulled the game from Promethean Planet last summer because of some licensing concerns and I missed several links on my blog. I have updated it now, so they should direct to the resources on in my Dropbox.
Also, I wrote a three part series about Oh, Really/What's It to Ya? that compiles all information and resources available for the game. It starts here.
Great resources! Thanks for posting. I'm always looking for ways to incorporate games with my middle schoolers. They always love them, and it tricks them into learning. (and being happy about it). I get a lot of "this is my favorite class" despite teaching eighth grade language, which might be the dullest class on the planet. I contribute that all to the games!
I just finished a prompt generator and webpage that allows anyone with a computer and projector to play my creativity games in the classroom. This is a big improvement over the previous versions that relied on Promethean's ActivClassroom hardware and software.
Here's the page of rules and link link to the actual Classroom Creativity Game. Please share and provide feedback. I've had a great response from students and teachers when I make the presentation (referenced in the original post) and we play the games with the class.