Interactive ESL Game: UFO Carnage
Primary School and up
Team Versus Mode
Two teams compete to destroy their team's designated city first.
A free play mode that tasks students with playing a 'crane type' game you might find in an arcade. This is similar to the UFO grabber game you find in the lesson software that I make.
About this Game
In UFO Carnage, two teams compete to the teacher’s questions in order to get the chance to fire their UFO’s lasers and destroy their city the fastest.
Includes a free bonus game! UFO Grabber is included for free with the purchase of this game.
Try before you buy.
Download the free demo for this game as well as
other games from Happy Everyday English here.
Demos are timed and end after a few minutes, but
otherwise they are the same as the full game.
How to Play UFO Carnage
Allow teams to choose their UFO and their team's color.
Ask a question to the teams at the same time.
Follow the on screen instructions and select the team that answered the question.
You'll be taken to that team's UFO and city. The UFO moves back and forth until it is stopped.
A student from the team that answered comes should press the flashing red button to have their UFO fire its laser at a building below it.
If timed correctly, the laser will hit a building and destroy it.
Play until a team destroys all of the buildings in their city. That team wins.
Game Modes Available in UFO Carnage
Team Versus Mode: Two teams compete to answer questions in order to be the first to destroy a city.
UFO Grabber: This is a free play game mode and is somewhat similar to a UFO grabber crane game. The UFO moves back and forth and students must stop it in order to pick up a number. Before playing you should assign a picture or task to each number. When grabbed the student must make a sentence, say the picture, or complete another task that you have designated for that number. Award points accordingly. This mode has a lot of flexibility so you can make up any sorts of rules tha you like and you could even play it as a team game.
The games available from Happy Everyday English can only be played on Windows computers.
No installation necessary.
No internet connection needed to play.
Randomized and animated gameplay
Built in sound that can be turned on or off
Team Versus Mode is playable with two teams.
UFO Grabber mode could be played as a class or with teams.
In Team Versus Mode, students can choose their UFO design and their team's color.
Permanent Destruction: A building that has been destroyed will stay destroyed until a new game is started.
Fire Again Option: After a team fires the laser, you can allow them to fire again. If you want a fast game, allow the teams to fire two or three times.
Question Prompts: There are four question prompts that you can use when playing this game. You can change between these at will. The game download includes directions on how to prepare prompts 2-4.
No prompt: Simply ask a question to your students without a prompt in the game. Ask any question you like. Using this mode takes no preperation before starting the game.
Text Question Prompt: Prepare text questions and answers in advance using the included text document file. This prompt will display your prepared questions when playing.
Picture Prompt: This prompt displays pictures that you've prepared in advance.
Keyword Prompt: This prompt displays a set of keywords that you've prepared in advance.