How to Manually Lock and Unlock Levels and Worlds in Quest

Manual spacing allows the game author to control what levels and worlds are available to their players. This is particularly useful when implementing your game as a daily or weekly competition. Authors have the option of immediately adjusting level availability or they can schedule an entire world to unlock at a future date. Quick Steps to […]

Spacing Options Available in Quest

Knowledge Guru allows you to customize how often players can access your Quest game. Game spacing can be a critical component of successful learning design. In fact, the key to long-term memory formation is not the amount of time spent learning, but the amount of time between learning. Available Spacing Options 1. No Spacing (this is […]

How to Select Leaderboards to Include in a Quest or Legend Game

Leaderboards are a great feature in the Legend and Quest games that creates a fun, competitive environment. You might want to use certain leaderboards for certain instances. For example, if you want to have a company wide competition, you can select leaderboards such as Global High Score or Player’s Location High Score. If you are holding […]

How to Swap Out a Logo

Every Knowledge Guru game comes with its own default logo. If you want to change that logo to reflect your company or the game’s name, follow this quick tutorial. Here are the steps: Quick Steps List Select the CUSTOMIZE section in the left-hand menu. From within the CUSTOMIZE section, select Game Appearance. Locate the logo field near the bottom of […]

How to Customize Your Quest or Legend Game Appearance

The Knowledge Guru authoring tool allows you to create a game that’s unique to your organization by customizing it with names, logos, colors, registration fields, footers and more. Customize Your Game Theme Quest includes three different themes that slightly adjust the look and feel of your game. These themes are Business, Island, and Space. Legend includes eight […]

How to Customize Your Registration Fields

When you implement a Guru game, you may want to filter your game data by specific criteria – or set up a competition in a specific way. For example, you may want to be able view game results by team, by location, or by job role. You might want locations to compete against each other or for teams […]