By DYM Team & Isaac Leimeister

An escape room - digitally! Your students will love these creative, challenging, fun series of puzzles to solve together. This is the kind of game that will create a memorable experience for your students, volunteers, or family at home! You can do this completely online OR host it in-person.

By Frank DiRenzo

Get your students engaged and participating with one thing they love to use - their phone! In this game, students will watch objects fly across the screen, and they will use their phones to try to take a picture of the object inside the target to win.

By Zachary Phillips

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, students are given emoji-based clues to popular songs!

By Matthew McNutt

Celebrate 13 different strange holidays this spring using Instagram images and Instagram Story images! One per week for March, April, and May. It's a fun way to engage students and further online community!

By Matthew McNutt

Celebrate 13 different strange holidays this winter using Instagram images and Instagram Story images! One per week for December, January, and February. It's a fun way to engage students and further online community!

By Isaac Leimeister

Hack the Instagram algorithm with a fun, engaging game that will make your students stop and look through your profile and stories.

By Ken Leslie

Back by popular demand! Get your group acting out GIFs once again in the newest edition of this best-selling video-based game!

By Derry Prenkert

In these great screen games, you'll test the Hashtag knowledge of your students and have some great laughs along the way.

By DYM Team

Original versions of all 45 files that come included with Sidekick.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, students will attempt to determine if the texts shown are real or fake messages sent by a dad.

By Ken McIntyre

Students have to text a phrase without looking at their phone.

By Jonathan Owen

Can you name this movie from the emoji clue given?

By Matt Moseley

In this screen game, players compete to figure out classic children's book titles that are represented by emojis!

By Ken McIntyre

Students must attempt to text the lyric to a love song without looking at their phone.

By DYM Team

Players must correctly guess the celebrity described by the series of clues. But they must guess wisely—wrong answers result in a spin of the Condiment-Filled Twinkie Roulette Wheel. (Also included!)

By Matt Baker

The game where the person on the end of the line answers for you.

By Sam Pettersen

Laurel? Yanny? Yanny? Laurel? Let’s settle this once and for all. While we’re at it we’ll throw some more weird words at you!

By Nick Clason

The new iPhone X is pretty expensive, and this screen game tests your students’ knowledge on what else they can buy for $999.