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Which Way? Coding Board Game (Future Cities)

$25.99 $19.99

The Which Way? Coding Board Game is an exciting strategy game for 4-8 year olds. Children will love learning key coding skills as they lay out routes across the map. Help the self-driving digger reach all its destinations and build the Future City!

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How to Code a Future City Storybook

Join Tojo and Electrojo as they go on a mission to build a Future City and learn about key coding principles! This storybook adds a further dimension to the Which Way? Future Cities Board Game.


Introduction to coding

The Which Way? game is the perfect way to introduce your child to coding at a young age. This game helps to build planning, problem solving and testing skills, all of which are required for future programming.

Develop problem solving skills

A invaluable life skill, your child can practice completing missions with the Which Way? game. Plan your route, build it and test it to see if your solution is a success!

Boost spatial awareness

This game requires children to place tiles in such a way that the black inductive line matches up. This takes some practice for little ones, thereby boosting their spacial awareness skills.

10 reasons to learn to code

  • Improves academic performance: math, writing, creativity and confidence.
  • Builds soft skills: focus, resilience and communication.
  • Paves the path to future success: empowerment, life skills and career preparation.

How to play

It’s your job to lay down the routes for your vehicle to follow around the map, building the Future City as it goes!

  • Define the problem: Spin the wheel to receive your mission.
  • Plan the solution: Trace your finger across the board from the Start position to your destination(s).
  • Build the program: Place the tiles along your route, making sure the black line joins up.
  • Test it!: Switch on the self-driving vehicle and place it at the Start position. Will it reach your destination(s) all by itself?
  • The first player to make it to all the destinations wins.

This is honestly my daughter's favourite game. Everything about this game is great. The puzzle's difficulty is really good. Like hard was hard but not too hard and easy was easy. It made the game fun. Plus I love that it's flexible for us to build our own paths and play around however we want.

As a parent I love that it makes my child problem solve and plan out what she would want to do before doing it. It's a really good way to combine education and fun!

Emily Hatton, USA


Build early coding skills, problem solving, spatial awareness and strategy.

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