Interactive Games with Triggers in PowerPoint – Download and Animation Tutorial


Download the interactive game template here: This is an advanced PowerPoint animation tutorial featuring memory games, flash cards, and quizzes using triggers. Great for teachers and students in the classroom, as well as for your own fun way to remember things! Enjoy!

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33 thoughts on “Interactive Games with Triggers in PowerPoint – Download and Animation Tutorial

  1. Hi. Nice video. Let's say I have created my game in PowerPoint, Is it possible to have this played on a website? What format should be saved off PowerPoint and what format should be uploaded? Looking forward to your response. Thanks

  2. I was enjoying the whole video while applying it. But when it reached to "trigger" part. I got lost. I could no longer identify what box it is. Probably my version is different. Can anyone help me?

  3. Maybe this is asked before … Based on your great tutorial, I made a flipcard-ppt to practice basic-equations (13 y.o. pupils). I want to share this (out of dropbox e.g.) so if they click a link they can start the game. But … when I create a link to a presentation they can do 'nothing' 🙁 So, no animations at all. Tips?

  4. Hi – I enjoyed the video and believe I will be able to use this with my students – so thank you! You said that one can create a memory game – do you have a way of enabling paired responses to be recognised (e.g. the cards no longer turn over)? Thank you!

  5. In the beginning of the instructions, you mention creating a grid as you showed in the “intro video.” Can you tell me where to find into your video please? Thank you.

  6. Question: Is it possible to use the old boxes and make a new set with it? I did it on my first try but the second one is not flipping. I used the old boxes from the first try. does it matter? pls enlighten, coz ive been working on the second try for few hours now. thank you.

  7. I am new to PP .Great video. I created memory game for my students following your Tutorial. I have one slide Memory Game on P.P. However, it allows me to play only one card at the time…then it says "end of slide show., click to exit. " I have to enter each card after exiting. I am definitely missing something. But , as I said, I am very new to PP. I would appreciate your guidance. Thank you.

  8. Thank you for the nice video.
    Is there any way I can apply this to 3 cards by any chance? one for score, another for questions, and the other for answer. I’d be really appreciative.

  9. Awesome activity. Thank you for creating the how to video. I hope to use this activity in my high school accounting classes.

  10. I had to rewind so many times to get this, made mistakes, this one needed a written doc to go along with to see where mistakes were made. But I got through it and I did it. Thank you!

  11. I make the game by ms office 2007, and it has total 1000+ slides if you want to download my game go to my blog 👉👉👉

  12. I can't thank you enough for posting this video. I've been trying to put together a game for online learning, knew it could be done but couldn't figure out how. It literally took me two weeks to find a tutorial that actually helped.

  13. No thank you make me mad of this i hate so hard you stupid not helpful😡😡😡😡🤯🤯🤯🤯😈😈😈😈😈

  14. appreciate your video I used this tutorial to create a memo game but I have a question How can I change the position of the card? they're is any possibility to do it because I want to use this game more times but people know where the cards match so I am looking for something I can click and the cards change position thanks

  15. Love this tutorial it was so easy to follow! butt for some reason i can't interact with the tiles, their not moving when I click them :'( Please help!

  16. I have spent several hours following your tutorial. When I go to slide show, nothing happens when I click. If I use the arrow button or space bar on my keyboard, it ends the slide show. Tiles don’t turn. When I would apply the triggers, the preview worked. Please help. Was planning on doing this tomorrow for my students

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