"This is exactly what we are looking for" – Teacher at the NECC Conference

"The best thing I have seen at the show" – Teacher at the TCEA Conference

Get a free site license for your school

1 – Try out the demo version of the software
2 – Review some of the free and commercial curriculum products
3 – Review a list of schools across the United States.
4Fill out the form to get a free site license.
5 – If you are using the software tell at least one other teacher about it.

Information we require:
– School name and address
– Contact name, phone and email (school email address)
– School website
– Estimated number of students or computers using the software

We will not disclose any of the contact information to any third parties.
We will not spam email or call you on the phone about upgrading to a paid version.

Fine Print:

This site license will expire in on July 1st of every year and will need to be renewed.
It can be renewed for another year at no cost.
The site license is for the standard version of Multimedia Fusion 2.
The site license would cover all the school owned computers and the educators personal computers.

We have options for the software that include the ability to export out projects in the following formats:
SWF/Flash Files
iOS (Xcode) for iPhone, iPad, and iPod
XNA for Windows Phone and Xbox 360
Native MAC Executables (Coming later this year)
Android (Coming later this year)
HTML5 (Coming later this year)

The free educational school version will export out Windows executable files.

Free Curriculum/Lesson Plans to download and use:

Introduction to Multimedia Fusion 2
Lesson Plan for year 1 of a video game design class
University of Waterloo – Lesson Plan

Commercial Curriculum Products:

Goodheart Wilcox – Video game design foundations – Stem Approved
Modern School Supplies – Computer Game Development
Modern School Supplies – Education Game Creation
More coming out soon!

Online Curriculum Providers:

Video Game Design Foundations Online
Education 2020
Connections Education
Insight Schools
Youth Digital Arts Cyber School

Quotes from Students

"Multimedia Fusion 2 is very good and I love the fact that there is something to create your own computer games. It also seems to help me in my computer work." – Alexander, Year 7

"I think that MMF2 has enabled people who have always dreamed about making games, but do not have the time or willpower to learn a conventional programming language, to make games and applications. The drag and drop interface makes life very simple, so you can easily make applications in little time and without having to think that much. Yet the software enables you to create complex masterpieces, and has the capability practically only limited to your imagination, from simple arcade games to complex role-playing games and real-time strategy games." – Matthew, Year 10

"Multimedia 2 is cool in every way, but you need to know it to be good at it, so learning is compulsory but rewarding once you learn." – Nicholas, Year 7

"Multimedia Fusion 2 is an exciting way of being able to create games with a simple graphical interface rather than the conventional dull method of coding. For those of us who just don't have the time to learn how to program in code, Multimedia Fusion 2's drag and drop interface is a nice feature." – Jack, Year 9

"I find it easy to use and understandable while also allowing you to make hundreds of different games in an hour or less. I find it so enjoyable I even create games when I should be working." – Connor, Year 9

"I like Multimedia Fusion 2 as it is a really easy program to use. You can learn how to do it quickly and then you've got endless possibilities of what game to make. All you need is an idea and you're done within an hour. That's how fast it is. With some interesting graphics, or your own, you can do some really cool things. So overall I think it's one of the best computer programs in the world." – Alex, Year 9

"Multimedia Fusion 2 is a great application for developing games. Although they cannot be created in 3D, it is an easy way for people who are interested in gaming, who may not be able to program, to create a great game. The best thing about MMF2 is that the local library is full of interesting objects that can be used in the games that you want to create." – Gaurav, Year 9

Contact Information

For enquiries in the United States, Canada, Mexico and United Kingdom:
Clickteam LLC
PO Box 83425
Portland, Oregon

Phone / fax:
Phone: 1-888-471-4884
Fax: 1-800-878-7162
Contact us by Email

European and world-wide locations:

Clickteam SARL
43 rue Taibout
75009 Paris

Phone / fax:
Phone: +33 472 39 94 59
Fax: +33 1 72704598
Contact us by Email

Educational Users

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Field Zone Community Center
Columbia Virtual Academy
University Of Michigan
Indian Capital Technology Center
Duncan Public Schools
El Dorado Public Schools
Western Area Career System
Advanced Math & Science Academy
Virginia City Middle School
Hamburg High School
Stewart Middle School
Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools
Moore Public Schools
Osceola School District No 1
Legend High School #9
Lowndes High School
Dumas High School
East-West University
Chase Middle School
Rainier High School
iD Tech Camps
Maaqtusiis School
Mount Airy Christian Academy
Eureka Springs School District
Walther Lutheran High School
Woodlawn Middle School
Sioux City Public Schools
Fortuna Union High School
Portland Community College
Ogden High School
Highland School
La Luz del Monte Learning Center
Washington Virtual Academy
San Joaquin County Office of Education
Izard County Consolidated School District
Camden Fairview SD #16
New York City Department of Education
Clovis Community College
Dickinson Independent School Dist
Greenfield Public Schools
Nassau County Schools
Whitehall School District
The Walker School
Riverwatch Middle School
Maple Shade Board of Education
Meridian School Dist #505
Hillcrest School District
Okanogan School District
Moore Public Schools
LDOE – Office of Quality Educators
Planet Bravo
Bear River Middle School
The University of Texas – Pan American
Urbana School District
St Mary Magdalen School
Texas State Technical College
Lakeside High School
Montour School District
United Township High School
Champion Christian School
Quarry Lane School
Lamar State College – Port Arthur
John Winthrop Middle School
Dayton Technology Design High School
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Gordon County Board of Education
Rolling Hills Country Day School
Upper Columbia Academy
Central Valley School Dist #356
Perryville School District
Southwest Academy
Marysville Middle School
High Tech Kids USA Inc
North Beach School District
Northside Christian School
District of Columbia
Covert Public Schools
River Homelink – Battleground SD
Old Forge School District
Excelsior Education Center
Belleville Mennonite School
Professional Learning Institute
Choctaw/Nicoma Park School
Orangefield ISD
Pellissippi State Technical Com College
Lighthouse Christian School
Winston Knoll Collegiate
Department Of Education
Lake City High School
Elizabeth High School
Fox Chapel Area School District
Newcastle Independent School Dist
Fort Worth ISD
Middleton Senior High
East Valley High School
Ind School Dist #270