Game-based learning and micro:bit games have been a topic of much discussion of studies throughout the year. Introducing our class to physical computing with micro:bit and Tynker Blocks bring abstract programs to life on a tangible physical device. It’s through this great idea that we should all learn the basics of coding, to familiarize ourselves with what goes on behind the scenes of those great games we love while using and understand computers and create something of our own! Here's an amazing example of a chess game and how it can be used to teach anyone taking their first steps into the world of CODE.