ICT Programs

Welcome to our ICT page! This is solely for the purpose of showcasing digital works created by students. Please feel free to watch videos and download games found on this site. Furthermore, we would appreciate hearing from you as your comments would be helpful for students to further develop their skills.

-Miss Joyce (ICT Programs Head)


1.) Memory Match Game (made by Ericsson Jake B. Camingao)

Hello there, here is a game I made as a school assignment in one week. In this game, 20 items will be shown. Two of each item have the same image. Your goal is to match those items with like images as fast as you can. You can even have a hand a beating your own best score.


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You can download the game here. This includes the .dmg file for OS X users and the .exe file for Windows. (NOTE: This game has only been tested on the Mac, so Windows users may have some problems.)



2.) Radio Program by Asia Godinez, Tamara Gomez, and Ricci Sy.

Hi! We are Grade 12 students of 2018 – 2019 and this is a first person narrative we created using the app GarageBand for one of our projects in our Media Class. The goal of the project was to create a successful media dialogue using only radio. Hope you guys enjoy it!


3.) Minesweeper (made by Jake Camingao)

Hello there. Here is another game I made as a school project. Minesweeper, as most of you may know, is a game containing mostly logic and sometimes guessing. To find the mines, use the numbers, which indicate how much mines surrounding the tile the number is on, as hints to click every tile without clicking on a mine. Due to the fully customizable board, you can fully adjust it to your desired difficulty. If you are just starting, you can have an easy 10-mine 10×10 board or, if you are extremely bored, you can try your luck at an almost impossible 399-mine 20×20 board (If you’re wondering, you have a 0.25% chance on winning this if you ever do it).


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You can download for Windows and Apple here. (NOTE: Just like the other game, this was tested on Mac and not tested on Windows due to the lack of one.)


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